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Discover Greece

There are more than a few reasons why to visit Greece. Lying at the crossroad between the east and the west, the north and the south, Greece has been accepting over the centuries, all the influences of the world, blending them into a fine and unique cultural profile, which makes Greece today, one of the most interesting places on earth to visit.

Breathtaking Sceneries

Apart from the unique character of its people, the Greek land its self, offers some of the finest landscapes on earth. Blessed by Helios, the God of the Sun and Poseidon, the God of the Sea, Greece has it all, from high forested mountains, ice mountain lakes, unique landscape features, thousand of islands, tenths of thousands of marvelous coasts, clear blue seas. If a photo speaks a thousand words, the reality will leave you speechless…

Lycabettus hill, Athens

Lycabettus is a limestone hill in Athens, at 300 meters (908 feet) above sea level. Pine trees cover its base, and at its two peaks are the 19th century Chapel of St. George, a theatre, and a restaurant. The hill is a tourist destination and can be ascended by the Lycabettus Funicular, a funicular railway which climbs the hill from a lower terminus at Kolonaki (The railway station can be found at Aristippou Street). Standing in the centre of the city of Athens offers a 360o view to the Attika basin, from the surrounding mountains to the Saronic gulf.

Lycabettus hill, Athens

The Caldera in Santorini

The Santorini Caldera undoubtedly is one of the natural wonders on planet earth. The volcanic explosion that occurred here 3500 years ago forever changed the topography of the Mediterranean coast. The caldera of Santorini is actually a basin,four miles in diamater which scientists and archaeologists have linked with the myth of Atlantis. The landscape consists of steel rocks and cliffs that towers above almost touching the sky. It is more than a thousand feet above the sea level and extends underneath the sea for an additional thousand feet, thereby creating a perfect harbor. The caldera has an elevation, which varies between 150 to 350 meters.

Wherever you stand on the top of the caldera, or even on sea level as you approach the island, the view is certain to take your breath away…

The Caldera in Santorini - Greece

Cape Sounio

Located 60 kms from Athens, at the south most point of Attika, cape Sounio is where the temple of Poseidon overlooks the Aegen Sea for centuries.

A beautiful drive by the coast will take you there in about an hour, to reveal the magnificence of the Greek nature.

Cape Sounio - Greece


One of the most beautiful towns in the area of Argolis (in eastern Peloponnese) as well as one of the most romantic cities all over Greece, Nafplio was the first capital of the newly born Greek state between 1823 and 1834. The town’s history traces back to the prehistoric era when soldiers from here participated in the Argonautic expedition and the Trojan War alike. The town declined during the Roman times and flourished again during the Byzantine times. Frankish, Venetian and Turkish conquerors left their mark in the town and strongly influenced its culture, architecture and traditions during the centuries. Ancient walls, medieval castles, monuments and statues, Ottoman fountains and Venetian or neoclassical buildings mesmerize the visitor with their unique architecture and beauty. Nafplio is located less than two hour’s drive by car from Athens, on the Peloponnese peninsula. The beautiful old city has a wealth of narrow alleyways and streets, steep stairs, taverns serving delicious Greek food, lively bars, clubs and cafés, a lovely seafront promenade, a hilltop castle and the Bourtzi castle island. Ideal for a day trip from Athens, Nafplio is romantic for couples, interesting for families, easy for the elderly.

Napflio - Greece

Divine food - Greece

Probably the best food in the world, admit those who have tasted it. The Greek cuisine is recognized around the world for its traditional dishes, pure ingredients and century old recipes. During the last decade, talented chefs and successful restaurateurs have taken the Greek culinary experience to a new level, creating state of the art environments and new, inspired tastes, promising to delight the most demanding tastes.

Restaurants in Athens


You will find Sholarhio at the foot of the sacred Acropolis at the Anafiotika location, Tripodon Street (the first time ever a name was given to a Street). Sholarhio a traditional restaurant, functions in a listed building since 1935 as a family restaurant. There you can relax and enjoy your meel and drink in a friendly atmosphere flooded by the energy, radiated by the Sacred Acropolis region over the centuries, along with romance and calmnees.

The Caldera in Santorini - Greece


Spondi is one of the most awarded restaurants in Athens with international acclaim. Created in 1996, this exquisite locale is a reference for Athenians and all over the country. The menu adapts to fresh seasonal produce. Cuisine combines modern with classic tendencies, according to the excellence of high gastronomy. Star dishes include foie gras baton, crab in herb jelly, roast lamb filet in a crust of coriander and candied lemon. The cellar is one of the most famous in town, with more than 1.300 wine labels, from all over the world, selected by expert sommeliers. Spondi is a member of Grandes Tables Du Monde, has been awarded 2 Michelin stars and has been voted Best restaurant in Greece.

Spondi restaurant - Greece - Athens

Taxidevontas Voreia

The new restaurant Taxidevontas Voreia (which means the North) has opened and is serving the northern region of Athens and its suburbs of Kifisia, located in Nea Erithrea.
Devoted to quality and freshness of fish, it’s sporting a minimal modern decor of white and blue.
When it comes to fresh fish, anything more fresh is in the sea!
Along with the special selection of seafood you will find a very nice selection of special sweets.

Taxidevontas Voreia - Greece - Athens


This alive and bidirectional relation between art and everyday life served to establish, in the best possible way, PRYTANEION which offers a new and totally different aspect of quality delight from that we were used so far. An aspect where art and gastronomy coexist and complement one another in the same site, in an ambience of strong visual character.
The total aesthetical aspect, the artistic choices, the composite and varied functionality of a place that can cover every small enjoyment of everyday life: a coffee or a light meal, or the more requiring recipes of a plentiful and imaginative Mediterranean cuisine, in endless savory variations. It is a fact that civilization and taste usually go hand in hand and that they consist the two sides of the same coin.

Prytaneio - Greece - Athens

Restaurants in Mykonos


Alefkandra Restaurant faces the Alefkandra Bay in Mykonos Town and it is located directly under the windmills, in the picturesque quarter of Little Venice. Established in 1964, the restaurant is among the oldest on the island and has a spectacular ambience, which attracts visitors to the outdoor patio in the evenings to enjoy the breathtaking views of the blue Aegean, the old windmills and the sun setting down the hillside which fills the sky with a variety of beautiful shades. The restaurant offers delicious dishes of Greek cuisine. Its seafood menu is particularly interesting and fresh lobsters and other fish are cooked for the guests. The wine list is large with a fine selection of both red and white wines from all over Greece. The restaurant offers banquet facilities to celebrate occasions, such as wedding receptions or anniversaries. The restaurant is built in typical Cycladic style. Rows of red-topped tables and wooden chairs add to the casual, yet classic ambience of Alefkandra.

Alefkandra - Greece - Mykonos

Blue Ginger

Combining the best of traditional Thai and Asian cuisine with the freshest seafood ingredients of the Mediterranean, the Blue Ginger restaurant in Mykonos is a fusion experience. The décor mixes the cool austerity of the familiar Cycladian style with the ancient mystical forms of the Orient. The cuisines of Asia and Europe are similarly fused into a harmonious whole, offering a unique dining experience to patrons, whether repeat or first-time visitors to this fabled sun-kissed paradise. With a terrace that overlooks the sparkling waters of the Aegean, the Blue Ginger is a Mykonos landmark.

Blue Ginger - Greece - Athens


Camares Restaurant, located on the old harbor front, is one of the popular restaurants for wining and dining on the island of Mykonos.
The restaurant has been around for a while and it is counted among the popular venues by classy Greeks. Many restaurants in the area are great places for celebrity spotting or for simply enjoying a tasty meal on the harbor front, while watching the crowds of people who have come for vacations on this fabulous island. The restaurant has a spacious open-air veranda overlooking the harbor and offers panoramic views of the blue waters, the sailing boats and the brightly colored fishing boats.

Camares - Greece - Athens

Aqua Taverna

Aqua Taverna is located right on the seafront of Little Venice. Formerly an old Myconian warehouse, it has been carefully transformed into a restaurant (respecting the Myconian original architecture and its characteristics) and is considered the most chic and charming Italian Tavern of Mykonos’ downtown.
Original Italian products, combined with Greek olive oil, fruits and vegetables of the Myconian country as well as the Aegean seafood, result to an amazing, culinary experience with respect to the Italian tradition.

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Aqua Taverna - Greece - Athens

Restaurants in Santorini


Skala Restaurant has been writing its own history for years. Charismatic because of its position, Skala has the biggest terrace in Ia, from where you can enjoy the breathtaking view to the caldera.
This excellent taverna on a quiet terrace is probably the best-kept culinary secret in Oia. Besides Santorinian specialties like foungato (zucchini frittata) with yogurt sauce, other Mediterranean flavors to savor include shallotand-pine-kernel pastries and seafood pasta. Sophia, the waitress with the sweetest smile, adds a special touch.

Skala - Greece - Mykonos

Selene, Pyrgos

Selene Restaurant offers a modernist approach on Greek cuisine and Selene Meze & Wine which operates as a taverna, a simpler all-day approach with mostly traditional dishes and exclusively Santorini wines from all the island's producers. Recently incorporated a delicatessen shop where visitors can find premium Greek products from Selene's Selection and last but not least the Selene Experience choices of cooking/tasting courses have been expanded in association with the Cultural Village Santorini of the past so that our guests will have the chance to appreciate in depth the gastronomic culture of the island.

Selene, Pyrgos - Greece - Mykonos

Ambrosia, Oia

Ambrosia Restaurant in Oia Santorini offers you one of the island's most tranquil and dreamlike terrace views of the Santorini volcanic sea caldera. Our fine Mediterranean and Modern Greek Cuisine will also please your senses. A menu carefully balanced with seafood, Mediterranean meat dishes, traditional vegetarian specialties, pastas and salads - plus Ambrosia desserts. Our select wine list contains the famous Santorini wines and noted wines of Greece. The intimate setting on our two small terraces or in our traditional, vaulted ceiling rooms filled with art and antiques is a truly special Santorini experience. Candlelight at your table and only the stars over your head - as you watch a sail boat slowly cross the sea below you. Discover Ambrosia Restaurant as many others have for your honeymoon, wedding, anniversary, new beginning or a celebration with good friends.

Ambrosia, Oia - Greece - Mykonos


At the “1800” Restaurant -awarded with two “Golden Chef's Hat” best restaurant awards in 2005 and 2007- you will relish creative traditional Greek dishes with Mediterranean inflections making even the most demanding palate yield to the temptation of the chef’s distinctive creations full of color, brilliance and imagination.
The “1800” Restaurant in Santorini is considered one of the most ingenious restaurants in Oia (Ia) Santorini, as our talented chef smartly applies his high aesthetics and skills on supreme traditional products of Santorini, Greece and the Mediterranean countries coming up with the most scrumptious dishes you have ever tasted. From the starters to the salads, the main courses and the desserts, best quality ingredients are used that treat you to a unique culinary experience in Santorini.

1800 - Greece - Mykonos

Shopping - Greece

Well known for its traditional and modern culture and lifestyle, shopping in Greece can be a very satisfactory experience for all. Greek art shops, folk art shops, souvenir shops, modern boutiques, worldwide brands, local stores, everything can be found in the mosaic of the Greek market. Where ever the stay, there is a commercial street or a huge shopping mall nearby that will impress you.

Ermou street

is the main shopping street in the very centre of Athens. Cozy shops, world brands, fashion and style, place the half kilometer, vibrant pedestrian way, among the 5 most expensive shopping streets in Europe and the 10th most expensive retail street in the world. Narrow streets and hidden squares are surrounding Ermou Street, offering numerous coffee shops and snack bars for the visitors. Take a brake and continue shopping!

Ermu - Street - Greece - Athens


has already established itself on the map of Europe. As the largest department store in Greece, Attica quickly attracted foreign and domestic consumers, who throng to sample its hugely varied shopping outlets.
Five minute walk from Syntagma square and located in one of the few preserved historic buildings of Athens, Attica occupies an area of 25,000 square metres and employs state-of-the-art facilities, creating a unique blend of old and new. With more than 1,100 staff, 360 shops and 860 brands, Attica can fulfil anyone’s desires. Attica justly enjoys a reputation as Athens’ most fashionable and glamorous department store.
9, Panepistimiou St, Athens
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 10.00am to 9.00pm, Sat: 10.00am to 7.00pm

Attika - Greece - Athens

Athens Metro Mall

With five levels of shopping and entertainment, Athens Metro Mall is a new consumer experience. Conveniently located next to Ag. Dimitrios Metro station on Vouliagmenis Ave, Athens Metro Mall is easily accessible, with 1,200 parking spaces to boot and 15 minutes drive for the centre of Athens. Its 85 stores carry all major brands. It also sports 18 eateries, five cinema screens, a supermarket, a play area and a bank.

276, Vouliagmenis Ave, Agios Dimitrios
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 09:00-21:00, Sat: 09:00–20:00

Athens Metro Mall - Greece - Athens

Golden Hall - Athens

Located on the most popular street in Athens, Kifisias Ave, the Golden Hall in Maroussi welcomes visitors with 41,000 square metres of shopping venues, and a range of dining and relaxation options to match.
Offering two parking levels with 1,400 spaces, a trip to the Golden Hall guarantees a visit that is comfortable, safe and enjoyable.

37A, Kifisias Ave, Maroussi
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9.00am to 10.00pm, Sat: 9.00am to 9.00pm

Golden Hall - Greece - Athens

The Mall Athens

features more than 200 options for shopping, entertainment and dining. Brand-name chains, restaurants and cafés, state-of-the-art movie theatres, recreational areas, and entertainment for the entire family are all here.
With its exquisite design, modern conveniences and innovative services, The Mall Athens offers visitors one of Attica’s signature shopping experiences.
35, Andrea Papandreou St, Maroussi
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 10.00am to 9.00pm, Sat: 9.00am to 8.00pm

The Mall Athens - Greece - Athens

McArthurGlen Designer Outlet

A new shopping experience has arrived in Greece with the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet in Athens. Offering favorite brands in fashion, beauty and housewares at 35-70% discounts, this mall offers a unique and unforgettable experience for the wallet as well as the eyes.
Thoughtfully designed in a neoclassical style, this impressive two-storey, open-air centre evokes the feeling of strolling through a picturesque neighborhood of Attica. Within this 21,000-square-metre mall you can find your favorite brands for less, along with the full range of eateries and coffee houses.
McArthurGlen is a legitimate sightseeing destination in its own right, it is about 25 minutes drive from Athens city centre and apart from the shopping experience can be combined with a visit to the nearby Attika Zoological Park.

E71, Block Gyalou, Spata
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 10.00am to 9.00pm, Sat: 10.00am to 8.00pm

McArthurGlen Designer Outlet - Greece - Athens

Night Life - Greece

Greece never sleeps. After sunset and a day full of joyful activities, the night invites you to a completely different, fascinating rhythm. Music sounds, local or international, will move your body and soul. Small bars, mainstream clubs, alternative rock stages, live events will whirl you in the magic of the Greek night life. Let you be carried away and live the magic atmosphere and the adventures of the afterhours…


In the capital of Greece Fun is spelt with a capital F. You want bars and clubs that will be open till the morning even on week nights? You want to have dinner even after midnight? You want to dance all night to the rhythm of both local and international music? You want to spend the night outdoors with your (potential) lover, maybe by a worldwide famous monument, as the cold never lasts long? You want to attend remarkable classical or modern music concerts in winter or summer venues? You want to watch well-known international shows visiting the city? You want to watch any international film on its original version at any theatre? Well, all those are just a few of your choices while having the thrilling experience of discovering Athens by Night.

  • Gázi

    It is THE hotspot of Athens and not unjustly so: “mezé” tavernas (=restaurants where you can dine on middle dishes instead of individual main ones) restaurants of international cuisine, delicious “souvlaki” restaurants, pop, (hard) rock, mainstream, swing and retro, gay and lesbian bars and clubs, galleries, fringe theatres – you name it! And all that just a stone’s throw from the city center and accessible by the metro (“Kerameikos” station).

  • Thissío

    Thissío is popular with Greeks and tourists alike who want to have a coffee or a drink, marvelling at the Acropolis which catches their eye and dominates the scenery. It is undoubtedly the favourite walk trail of the Athenians.

  • Pláka

    Right at the foot of the Acropolis hill, it is the traditional part of the city where time seems to have stopped at the 19th century. Folk music and dancing in Greek restaurants as well as tavernas and cozy cafes are the best choice here.

  • Monastiráki and Psirrí

    Right next to Thissío and still at the foot of the Acropolis, this wide area recalls the Orient: low buildings, narrow cobbled streets, a flea market, almost no access to the cars. Alternative bars and stylish restaurants lie side by side with old-fashioned cafes, Greek tavernas and shops of all kinds. Live Greek music in Greek restaurants is a possibility too.

  • Kolonáki

    In the night, spirits are high also in the business area of the downtown where the famous boutiques keep the branches. Trendy bars and gourmet restaurants for all tastes see the Athenians return to the area where they work but this time to dance the night away. The area is brimful of art galleries too.

  • Agia Eirini Square

    Agia Eirini Square is the king of Athens nightlife, situated at the corner of Aiolou and Karagiorgi Servias, next to Kolokotroni street, near Plaka and Monastiraki. Tables and chairs of the various cafes and bars are constantly cluttered with people chatting away while enjoying the imposing neoclassical buildings amongst the narrow streets and the church of Agia Eirini. Where new meets old this is an atmosphere you shouldn’t miss! Here you’ll discover the most hip bars of the area, inspired cocktails and drinks and as rumors have it the best souvlaki in town. Enjoy the magic!

  • Mykonos

    Rated amongst the best in the world, Mykonian clubs frequently feature super star DJ's and acclaimed residents. Some people decide to have breakfast in the morning; Others just party hard. Mykonos never sleeps…

  • Cavo Paradiso

    One of the most renowned summer clubs in Europe, Cavo Paradiso is located left on the hill at Paradise beach over the Aegean Sea. Build on stones like a castle with a pool in the shape of Mykonos and 2 bars in different levels. There is a big parking space and a canteen outside the club where you can have delicious snack before entering. The dancefloor is big and right in front of the decks!

  • Scandinavian Bar

    Skandinavian Bar leads the nightlife of Mykonos since 1978. It is the best known meeting point of the island - a place where you can meet your friends or make new ones! The variety of fine cocktails and drinks plus great music selection by the famous D.J Ka will make the nights in Mykonos really fantastic.
    Friendly atmosphere and high quality service have established Scandinavian Bar as the best spot in Mykonos, where you can enjoy music, dancing and drinks at the best prices of Mykonos.

  • Astra

    Once the clock strikes 12:00 get out your dancing shoes as this place rocks till dawn. An eclectic crowd, you might mingle with rock legends, supermodels, and people from all walks of life. So when you are visiting Mykonos and the stars come out at night head to the brightest star of all, Astra Bar.

  • Santorini

    The entertainment choices on Santorini are as plentiful just as the night is long. Santorini is very famous for that but also very good. Most of the bars and night clubs of Santorini are situated in the island's capital, Fira, but also in the island's most beautiful area, Oia, and in the two major beach resorts, Kamari and Perissa. Fira is the capital of Santorini Island and also its commercial centre. It fascinates many people and for that reason many café, bars and night clubs have settled there.

  • Koo Club

    Koo club is located in Fira and it is one of the most popular night clubs on Santorini Island. It is always overcrowded of people in a mood to dance and to have endless party.

  • Enigma club

    Enigma club was created in the summer of 1979. Since then, it is considered as one of the best night clubs of Santorini. It is said that if you have left Santorini Island without go dancing in Enigma club, you haven't saw the island, it is an impressive atmosphere.

  • Classico Café

    Classico Café has been created since 1998, a regular stop for the visitor to Santorini. It is situated near the Caldera at Fira, it features what may be the best location for one to enjoy the famous sunset of Santorini.

  • Mylos café

    Mylos Café is located in Oia, facing the most breathtaking view of Cyclades along with the famous sunset. There you will find the unique wines of Santorini fresh cocktails and coffees of your preference accompanied with the relaxing music.
  • Thousand years of history and tradition - Greece

    Greece never sleeps. After sunset and a day full of joyful activities, the night invites you to a completely different, fascinating rhythm. Music sounds, local or international, will move your body and soul. Small bars, mainstream clubs, alternative rock stages, live events will whirl you in the magic of the Greek night life. Let you be carried away and live the magic atmosphere and the adventures of the afterhours…

    The Acropolis

    The greatest and finest sanctuary of ancient Athens, dedicated primarily to its patron, the goddess Athena, dominates the centre of the modern city from the rocky crag known as the Acropolis. The most celebrated myths of ancient Athens, its greatest religious festivals, earliest cults and several decisive events in the city's history are all connected to this sacred precinct. The monuments of the Acropolis stand in harmony with their natural setting. These unique masterpieces of ancient architecture combine different orders and styles of Classical art in a most innovative manner and have influenced art and culture for many centuries. The Acropolis of the fifth century BC is the most accurate reflection of the splendour, power and wealth of Athens at its greatest peak, the golden age of Perikles.

    The Acropolis - Greece - Athens


    At the foot of Mount Parnassos, within the angle formed by the twin rocks of the Phaedriades, lies the Pan-Hellenic sanctuary of Delphi, which had the most famous oracle of ancient Greece. Delphi was regarded as the centre of the world. According to mythology, it is here that the two eagles sent out by Zeus from the ends of the universe to find the navel of the world met. The sanctuary of Delphi, set within a most spectacular landscape, was for many centuries the cultural and religious centre and symbol of unity for the Hellenic world. The history of Delphi begins in prehistory and in the myths of the ancient Greeks.

    Delphi - Greece


    Sounio is about one hour away from the center of Athens. The drive is a comfortable one once you get to The Attiki Odos. On site, there is one restaurant with a good view of the temple of Poseidon, and one smaller store that sells knickknacks and souvenirs and bottled water.
    Besides the Temple of Poseidon, there are a few other ruins of visual interest. You will see the remnants of the defensive walls and traces of ancient building foundations but not much else. But the view from top of the peninsula makes up for the sparsity of the site. The low hill is surrounded completely by the blue sea (except the north approach to the site), and it's perhaps the only site where one can really comprehend the importance of seafaring in ancient Greece.

    Sounio - Greece


    In the western Peloponnese, in the "Valley of Gods", lies the most celebrated sanctuary of ancient Greece, and the birthplace of the most important athletic mega-event of all times; the Olympic Games. Olympia is one of the most well known tourist destinations in Greece, and one of the most powerful brand names worldwide.

    Olympia - Greece

    The Santorini island group

    Santorini’s group of islands is consisted of Thera, Thirasia, Aspronisi, Palea and Nea Kameni (Volcanoes) islands and is located in the most southern part of the Cyclades in the Aegean Sea, 63 nautical miles north of Crete.
    It is a part of the Cyclades islands formation that dominates the centre of the Aegen sea.
    It can be accessed by boat from Piraeus (4 – 5 hours on high speed boat, 5 – 9 hours on a regular, depending on the route) or by plain from Athens (40 minutes), and of course by private boat, plain or helicopter.
    Santorini is probably the most beautiful and fascinating Greek island and one of the most interesting and visited places worldwide. Its unique geology, based on volcanic activity, makes it different to anything else; from the way it has been inhabited, to its agricultural products.
    Due its idyllic scenery, Santorini is very popular for honeymooners. It boasts a great night life while those who seek peace and harmony can find beautiful escapades.

    The Santorini island group - Greece


    Mykonos is located to the area of the central Aegean Sea and belongs to the prefecture of Cyclades. Its total length of its shores reaches 81 kilometers.
    A regular boat takes about 4-6 hours to reach from the ports of Rafina or Piraeus respectively, and 30 minutes by plain from Athens.
    Since the fifties, Mykonos has always been one of the most popular tourist islands of the Mediterranean. Visited by all parts of society, in Mykonos you can meet celebrities from all over the world, VIPs, politicians, supermodels as well as wild youngsters, and curious travelers.
    Chora, as the town of Mykonos is commonly known, impresses and casts its spell on the visitor from the first moment, with its beautiful position, scale and architecture. Despite the great tourist development of the island, it manages to maintain its Cycladic features and traditional look, like few other towns.
    Mykonos never sleeps. Party starts at its beaches when the sun is high, to move on to the numerous bars and clubs in Chora as the sun sets, to go on till the sun rises again… And the circle continues. Party hard or stay home!

    Mykonos - Greece


    The cradle of European Civilization - the Island of Crete and its genuinely friendly people, welcome and promise a truly memorable Mediterranean travelling experience to every visitor.
    Whether for relaxation or to explore and discover the many well known and countless hidden treasures of Crete, you will not be disappointed by the diversity of the landscape – the rugged mountains, the endless beaches and the turquoise seas, the many cities, towns and villages, and stunning countryside.
    Crete is like a whole country captured in an island. Snow capped mountains and idyllic beaches are just an hour drive from each other. The big cities of the north part are about an hour or two away from the picturesque villages of the south.
    The locals, Cretans, are unique Greeks. Traditional, proud of their roots, weird in a way but warm and kind at the same time, are a significant part of the great Cretan mosaic.
    Crete is 8 hours away from the main Greek port Piraeus, and 40 minutes flight from Athens.
    You can party hard in Crete, you can disappear in distant unexplored places, you can experience the hippies’ life or enjoy true family moments. For relaxing holidays or for active adrenaline activities, Crete has everything and is endless.

    Crete - Greece