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Being with the people you love, connecting with nature, feeling free.
Cosmopolitan destinations with a high level of infrastructure and services are surrounded with peaceful coves, endless beaches, promising absolute pleasure. Apart from swimming, you can be found of water sports, windsurfing, diving, endless opportunities for sailing around and many others possibilities to enjoy the rejuvenating power of Greece.
What would you do first?
Sailing. Anchors aweigh, let’s sail to the Aegean Sea archipelago! While you will be sailing through the Cyclades group of islands and experience a fascinating journey, the strong north east Mediterranean wind (called Meltemi) will blow in the area and tests your mariners’ endurance and skills.
Wedding & honeymoon in Santorini
Santorini has a beauty found nowhere else in the world. Without any doubt, the most famous sunset snapshots taken in Greece are from this island. The destination is perfect for those two who have just said “I do” to each other, with its mesmerizing famous sunsets, rich Greek food and romantic spots. Honeymooners can also visit the island’s wineries, relax on red or black sand beaches, stop by the archaeological delights of the impressively preserved Ancient Akrotiri or climb the ancient stairs that lead to the historic city of Manolas in Thirassia. From there, everyone can catch a breathtaking view of the caldera, a brilliant turquoise pool of water.
Dodecanese – sunniest corner of Greece
Rhodes is an island which is ideal not only for those who want to relax but also for those who are looking for an action-packed holiday! With its bright green hills, rich valleys and uninterrupted line of golden beaches, Rhodes is truly a blessed place. Add in the excellent facilities for tourism, the island’s special blend of cosmopolitan and traditional, and numerous cultural and archaeological sites and you’ve got the perfect holiday destination.
Lipsi. According to the myth, Lipsi is the dreamlike stage, where one of the most popular chapters of the Odyssey by Ulysses takes place. In Lipsi, also known as Ogygia, the Goddess Calypso enchanted the fearless wanderer of the sea, Odysseus, who gave in for a while to the spell of this magical place. Truth or Legend? You can check by yourself.
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Corfu (Kerkyra), unlike the rest of Greece, never fell under the Ottoman oppression. Due to the successive dominations of the Venetians, the French and the British over the centuries, the island has primarily become part of the Western rather the Levantine world. Their culture wielded strong influence in the city: it was here that the first Greek University (the Ionian Academy), the first Philharmonic Orchestra and the First School of Fine Arts were founded. In the beautifully preserved Old Town of Corfu, a UNESCO world heritage site, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical “repertoire” came to be successfully applied to local artistic traditions.
Zakynthos, internationally known as “Zante”, is a verdant island endowed with fertile valleys and a temperate climate. Its landscape diversity has resulted in different types of beaches: there are sandy beaches in secluded coves where the tranquil waters are deep blue on the island’s south eastern part; yet, if rugged cliffs and an interesting underwater world are to your liking, try the western part of the island. On Zante great care is taken to protect two endangered animal species, namely the Caretta Caretta sea turtle and the Monachus Monachus seal.
Windsurfing in Lefkada. The sea area of Lefkada Island is considered a surfer’s paradise and is a top destination for Greek and foreign surfing athletes. Wind direction and speed gradually shift and rise during the early afternoon hours in Vasiliki beach; the area is a world famous surfing spot, it is included in a top ten list of surfing beaches across the Globe.
Kefalonia: This green island with its breathtaking beaches and crystal clear waters of greenish-blue colours will take your breath away. Kefalonia is a gem in the Ionian Sea. It carries a rich history in cultural tradition. It’s the biggest Ionian Island and the green of its mountains blend with the blue of the water making it truly unique and a beloved destination. Pine, cypress and olive trees cover Mt. Ainos’ peak, while at its foot you’ll come across vineyards where the popular Kefalonian Robola wine variety is produced.
Alonissos: The first underwater museum in Greece!
The Peristera shipwreck was discovered in the early 1990s and will be the first one that the Greek government opens to the public for the summer 2020.The ship, which archaeologists believe was a large Athenian barge carrying amphora’s filled with wine, likely sank toward the end of the fifth century B.C. The wreckage now sits about 30 meters underwater, and historians say it’s the largest ship of its kind discovered under the sea.
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The most cosmopolitan island in the Northern Sporades, is truly a paradise on earth, with lush pine forests and crystal-clear azure waters. Despite the rapid growth in tourism here in recent decades, it the island is still picturesque and unspoilt and blessed with more than 60 beautifully clean beaches. The most famous is Koukounariés, which has been declared the third most beautiful beach in the Mediterranean. When you add in its bustling nightlife, it is only natural that the island attracts thousands of young visitors every year!