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Athens is the capital of Greece and one of the most famous cities in the world. This ancient city of learning is filled with spectacular ancient monuments and artworks, the most famous of all being the Parthenon on the Acropolis.
Corfu is a popular Ionian Island. This Emerald Island has a lush green landscape, picturesque sandy coves and turquoise bays. Quieter resorts are located in the north of the island whereas party resorts like Kavos for younger holidaymakers are in the south.
Crete is the largest of the Greek islands and was the centre of the ancient Minoan civilization. It has mountainous landscapes, historic ruins, glorious beaches, clear waters and vibrant resorts. There is something for everyone.
Kos is one of the Dodecanese islands in the South Aegean. A popular holiday destination with endless beaches and excellent for scuba diving. For charm and relaxation visit Kefalos and Tigaki. For vibrant nightlife head for Kardamena and Kos town.
Rhodes Island is the largest of the Dodecanese islands in the South Aegean. A favourite for seekers of sunny beaches. There are coastal resorts to suit all tastes with the west coast breezes ideal for windsurfers. Rhodes also has many historical treasures.
This volcanic island charms visitors with its unique black sandy beaches, dramatic coastline, traditional villages and interesting archaeological sites. Take time to admire the striking architecture of Santorini’s array of cathedrals and churches. Shop in Fira’s exclusive boutiques laden with fine jewellery and woven goods, sample the local wine and delicious produce or take in the spectacular sunset at Oia.
Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece home to historic monuments, captivating festivals and a vibrant nightlife. Its beautiful landscape is sprinkled with remains of its rich history including ancient Greek, Roman and Byzantine architecture. Enjoy panoramic views from the White Tower, head to the Ladadika district for live Greek music, visit the fashionable shops along Tsimiski or simply relax with a refreshing drink in Plateia Eleftherias Square.
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