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Fabulous destinations, great food, sunshine and beaches, and a culture as old as the gods themselves, this is what a Greek vacation is all about!

Since you’re considering Greece as your next holiday destination, have a look at the endless possibilities that we offer you throughout the pages of our site. While Greece is very well known for its many, many islands, do have a look at the mainland too, where you’ll find some of the most interesting excursions on offer.
Consider just a few of the experiences that a Greek vacation can offer you:
  • A Greek vacation means endless beaches, just about wherever you go. Fun in the sea and on the sand is one of the hallmarks of a Greek vacation.
  • A Greek vacation means fresh fish and seafood grilled to perfection.
  • A Greek vacation means a wonderful selection of foods from the original Mediterranean diet, including the world famous Greek yoghurt, with or without the equally world famous Greek honey drizzled on top.
  • A Greek vacation means discovering hidden caves, such as on Antiparos or on Crete, or in the southern Peloponnese.
  • A Greek vacation means hiking the trails and hillsides of the Peloponnese or in the area of Epirus.
  • A Greek vacation means mountain biking on the mainland or on the islands.
  • A Greek vacation means scuba diving, or learning to, on the coastal regions of the mainland or on the islands.
  • A Greek vacation means plenty of water sports, such as jet skis, parasailing, and wind surfing.
  • A Greek vacation means exploring archaeological sites, such as on Delos, in Delphi, and at Epidavrus.
  • A Greek vacation means discovering world-class museums, such as the Acropolis and the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, the Treasury at Delphi, and the extraordinary selection of museums on just about every Greek island.
  • A Greek vacation offers plenty of nightlife, whether at the many fabulous nightclubs in and near Athens with live performances, or on the islands, where you’ll find a choice of rock, techno, hip hop, and even classical music.
  • A Greek vacation absolutely means shopping! You’ll find bargains galore at shops offering charming handmade souvenirs, pottery, leather goods, and jewelry.
  • And, finally, a Greek vacation allows you to simply ignore all of the activities mentioned above and to simply lie back on a beach and do absolutely nothing at all!

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Aegina Island


Travel to Aegina!At a distance of about 18 miles from the coast of Attica, Aegina is usually a favorite first or last stop of the many daily cruises from the mainland. In fact, much of the population of its 10,000 or so inhabitants actually commute to work on the mainland, so boat and hydrofoil connections are frequent throughout the year.

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Kalymnos Island


Travel to Kalymnos!The island of Kalymnos is one of the most interesting islands of the Dodecanese. The island is also sometimes called "Nisi ton Agalmaton" (Island of Statues), because it has many statues that were created, at their own expense, by the Kalymnian sculptors Mixhalis Kokkinos and Irini Kokkinou, and offered to the local community as a tribute to their birth place.

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Symi Island


Travel to Symi!If it’s true that there is beauty in simplicity, then tiny, sweet Symi is the perfect example of that, when it comes to discussing the beauties of the Greek Islands. This little gem of an island of only 58 square kilometers in size (and with 85 kilometers of coastline!) lies very near to Asia Minor and only 21 nautical miles north of Rhodes in the Dodecanese. For such a tiny island, it has a big history!

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Elysium

Located in the School of Fine Arts area in Mykonos Town. ElysiumElysium Swimming Pool At SunsetElysium Day View
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Divani Palace Acropolis

The Divani Palace Acropolis is situated in the shadow of the Acropolis, within easy walking distance of Syntagma Square.Divani Palace AcropolisDivani Palace Acropolis Roof Garden at nightDivani Palace Acropolis Banquets
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Bill & Coo Suites

Bill & Coo Suites are located a 10-minute walk from town of Mykonos, near the Megali Ammos beach, which gives the hotel a unique sunset view toward the islands of Tinos and Syros and toward the famous windmills of Mykonos town.Bill & Coo SuitesBill & Coo SuitesBill & Coo Suites
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