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Things to do in Greece

Travel to Greece

Travel to Greece and get the sense that you are coming home. Many first time visitors remark on this same feeling of deja-vu- that they haven been here before. Greek civilisation has certainly been around long enough to burrow itself into our collective consiousness and DNA. It is literally a mythical land, and by most people’s standards, a gorgeous one too.

Things to do in Greece

There is no shortage of fun things to do in Greece- you can get married or take a honeymoon, visit some rocking ancient sites and monuments, and chillax on beaches that might be the best beaches in the world.

Run the original marathon

If you are a marathon runner, then running the original route might hold interest for you. Get inspired for that particular journey by reading Japanese author with cult status and long distance runner himself Haruki Murakami’s What I Talk About When I Talk About Running. Guaranteed to inspire.

The colours of Greece

The colours of Greece are vivid in part because the sun shines brilliantly almost every chance it gets. The blues are the best in Greece. Nobody makes a better blue than Greece. Turquoise, azure, peacock, ultramarine- blue is born and comes home to die in Greece.

Holiday in Greece

The tourism in Greece is a well oiled machine and gives travelers what they want- a relaxing holiday with excellent weather, interesting destinations, great food and accommodations. If a tropical paradise is what your doctor or therapist prescribed, let Greece be your tonic.

Read on for further info about cities and destinations in Greece…

Athens

Athens is the capital of Greece and one of the oldest and most famous cities in the entire world. Read more about Athens…

Chania

Chania, Greece is a well-rounded tourist destination that offers a myriad of activities to travelers. Swimming, shopping, and sightseeing are part of any holiday or vacation in the city, so beach bums, history buffs, and shopaholics will definitely have a good time. Read more about Chania…
 
 
 
 
 
 

Corfu

Corfu Island Greece is a major tourist destination in the Ionian Sea. The island’s industry relies primarily on tourism, which is why you will find world-class infrastructures and amazing travel amenities here. Read more about Corfu…

Heraklion

Heraklion is the capital of Crete and one of the largest cities in Greece. The ruins of the ancient and legendary palace of Knossos lie near the city of Heraklion. Read more about Heraklion…

Kos

Kos is a principal town on the Greek Kos Island, and is part of the group of the Dodecanese islands. Greece is known to the world as a place full of mythology and popular architecture. Read more about Kos…

Mykonos

Mykonos Island, Greece is one of the most beautiful and popular islands of Greece. Mykonos’ nickname is The Island of the Winds. Mykonos has a great mix of rich history, natural beauty and a strong cosmopolitan culture with a fantastic nightlife. Read more about Mykonos…

Rhodes

Rhodes is one of the most visited Greek islands because of its spectacular beaches, old archeological sites, and charming medieval town. When you go to Rhodes for a holiday, you are actually going to one of Europe’s oldest medieval settlements. Read more about Rhodes…

Skiathos

Skiathos is a lush, green island that boasts of crystal clear waters and untouched beaches. It’s no wonder that visitors choose to spend their holiday in Skiathos every year because it has so much natural beauty to offer. Read more about Skiathos…

Sparta

Modern-day Sparta is a bustling city in Greece and situated upon the ancient site of legendary Sparta. Read more about Sparta…

Thessaloniki

If you’re looking for a holiday destination that has lots of leisure, entertainment, and nightlife options, then you’ll never go wrong with choosing Thessaloniki. Read more about Thessaloniki…

Parga

Parga is a resort town located in the northwestern part of Greece and the Parga beaches is known worldwide. The town has a lot to offer and there is a lot of things to do in Parga. Read more about Parga…