Andros is a surprisingly verdant island. A network of footpaths and country roads, via the pine and mulberry forests, lead to villages and mountain springs. The island has a fascinating archaeological and cultural heritage, wit..
Antiparos is a very popular day trip destination. Yet the visitors were captivated by the serene landscapes and easy-going atmosphere and, overtime, the island gained a reputation as an alternative vacation haven. The main..
It is no wonder that Crete is loved by Greeks and foreigners alike. Wild nature, rich culture, amazing gastronomy, vibrant traditions and unique climate make for an all-year-round destination, with every season offering distinc..
After a two-hour boat journey from Athens, the port and town of Hydra, spread over two hills, beckons like a sight for sore eyes. The island’s rich naval history is reflected by the old and beautifully restored mansion, m..
Kefalonia is the largest of the Ionian Islands and one of the most famous sailing destinations in the Mediterranean. The island has always been prosperous and cosmopolitan thanks to its tradition of sailing and trading. Aside f..
Myth, history and reality converge at every island or mountain village in Greece and they all have their unique story to tell. From the spectacular beaches of Chalkidiki to the traditional atmosphere of Samos, you can be part o..
Sandy beaches, vibrant entertainment (for those who want it), adventure, archaeology and a well-developed tourist infrastructure: Paros truly has something for everyone. The capital, Parikia, welcomes you with a lively mix of t..
The elegant medieval town of Chora is characterized by labyrinthine cobblestone alleys overflowing with bougainvillea and whitewashed houses, nestled below the Byzantine ramparts of the monastery of St. John. By day, a sp..
The surreal landscape of Santorini is the result of a huge volcanic eruption that took place 3.500 years ago and created what later became the island’s showpiece, the caldera. Even the beaches are part of the fairytale sc..
Sifnos possesses some unique features that make it stand out from the rest of the Cyclades. The island masks its charms behind a seemingly barren setting of hills, which gives way to a rich landscape. Olive groves, almond trees..
Cultural offerings, top-notch festivals, art exhibitions and concerts/performances, characterize Syros. The capital, the inviting port city of Ermoupolis, boasts a distinct style, greatly a result of the Venetian occupation in ..