The capital of the island offers real treasures and a more traditional look at Cycladic life to those who stray from the bright lights of Hora’s shopping hubs and leading clubs. Read more
2018 will likely be a record year for tourism in Greece, but even if you haven’t booked yet, you can still find places to stay in these great destinations.
Located off the south coast of the Peloponnese, Kythira has its own unique vibe, fantastic beaches and a wealth of villages, each with its own character. Read more
From hiking under waterfalls to rock climbing and evening picnics watching fireflies, Greece offers myriad activities in gorgeous natural settings. Read more
Top reasons to visit this island in Greece’s Northern Sporades, where things are definitely happening Read more
The Peloponnese is rich in seaside and mountain villages, and a number of nearby islands can be visited from its ports. You can experience gorgeous mountains with rivers and waterfalls, excellent wines, virgin beaches, buzzing cities and ancient and Byzantine sites, all in one trip. Read more
Travel back in time on this small island, which remains largely untouched by tourism and acquaints visitors with an authentic slice of Greece from a bygone era. Read more
Your crash course on the Isle of the Knights: its sights, beaches and some of its more unusual inhabitants.
The castle of Methoni is one of the most important fortress complexes in Greece, and today is a beautiful archaeological site that covers 9.3 hectares and ends at the Bourtzi, an octagonal tower surrounded by the sea on all sides. Read more
The most famous and well-traveled of all the Greek alcoholic beverages, ouzo is a drink that reminds most people of warm days by the sea (in Greece only hardcore ouzo lovers order it in the middle of the winter). Read more