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The southernmost of the Cyclades group and probably the most extraordinary of the Greek Islands, Santorini is a visually stunning landscape of multicoloured cliffs, volcanic beaches and..
The jewel of the Cyclades
The most popular of the Cyclades group of islands, Mykonos fulfils all its promise. In recent decades it has established a reputation as a lively, glamorous..
The capital city of Greece, Athens is situated on the south-west coast of the Greek Peninsula that juts into the Aegean Sea. One of the oldest cities in the world, Athens is both a treasure..
Oia is a small town on the island of Santorini (Thira) in the beautiful Greek archipelago. The town is located on the western coast on the northern 'arm' of the massive caldera that makes..
Fira is located on the western side of the island of Santorini (which is officially called Thira) in the Greek Archipelago. It is a traditional Greek town of around 1,500 residents who..
The largest island in the Dodecanese archipelago, Rhodes combines cosmopolitan life with ancient monuments. In Rhodes the picturesque World Heritage old walled city has a magical medieval..
Translated from the Greek, meaning 'the highest city', the Acropolis is perched above the modern city of Athens on a 3 hectare plateau and is home to the remnants of ancient Athens. Many of..
Besides alluring golden sandy beaches, Kos has much more to offer: an island steeped in monuments and famous since antiquity for being the birthplace of Hippocrates, the first medical..
The Peloponnese is a section of the Hellenic landscape that is resplendent with monuments from every period in Greece’s turbulent history. It is the ideal destination for vacations and..
The most fertile of the Cycladic islands, rich in agriculture and tradition, and an island of beautiful old churches, monasteries and Venetian castles and homes. There are many sandy..
From the busy little port town of Parikia to the pretty fishing village of Naoussa, Paros presents a very traditional picture of a Greek island: sandy beaches, white-washed houses, narrow..
Patmos, one of the Dodecanese islands, is a charming and picturesque island of small plains, valleys, low-lying hills, and a jagged coastline of countless scenic bays and coves. Skala, the..
Located on the beautiful island of Mykonos, Mykonos Town seems to have sprung from the idyllic harbour and crept gently up the rolling hills to cover the landscape like a blossoming white..
Meaning 'the highest city' in Greek, the Acropolis is on the Greek island of Rhodes and is perched above the modern town of Lindos giving breathtaking views of the town and the surrounding..
In a small valley in the Peloponnese, the shrine of Asklepios, the god of medicine, developed out of a much earlier cult of Apollo (Maleatas), during the 6th century BC at the latest, as..
Heraklion is the largest city of Crete and one of Greece’s major urban centers. Its development begun in the wake of the 9th century AD (in antiquity, Knossos was the island’s most..
The archaeological sites of Mycenae and Tiryns are the imposing ruins of the two greatest cities of the Mycenaean civilization, which dominated the eastern Mediterranean world from the 15th..
This is one of Greece’s most beautiful cities (12,000 residents) and until 1834 it was the first capital of the newly established Greek state, following independence from the Turks. The..
Rhodes, the capital of the island, is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities worldwide (population: 44,000). It was founded in 408 BC. Its medieval architectural style blends..
Crete is the combination of the crystal clear blue sea, the rough but imposing mountains, the renowned museums and ancient settlements, the impressive caves and precipices that have been..
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