The cosmopolitan metropolis of Athens, whose namesake, the goddess Athena, has always been associated with the city, is the capital city of Greece and the center of economic, financial, industrial, political and cultural life. The city’s 6000-year history enchants every visitor.
Athens is adorned with monuments that amaze with their beauty and grandeur such as the Parthenon and the new museum of the Acropolis, which houses the largest collection of Greek antiquities.




Thessaloniki, a thriving Hellenistic city, in  a strategic location full of history and culture, hospitable with an aristocratic air, filled with attractions and museums, both in the heartland and in the wider area around it.
Just 80 km from Thessaloniki, on the southern edge of the Macedonian plains and perched on the foothills of the Pierian mountains, is the Aiges-"the place of the many herds’’- and the first city of the Macedonians.




Mykonos, also known as the Island of the Winds, was one of the first Greek islands that were developed as a tourist destination in the ‘60s. Nowadays, Mykonos’s nightlife is considered worldwide as the most vibrant and colorful one. The streets and the island’s general environment is defined by the simplistic and beautiful Cycladic architecture and its golden beaches are full of celebrities.




Santorini, Thira or Stroggylh is an island located in the southern Aegean Sea. The island belongs to the island group of Cyclades and is strongly associated with the myth of the lost Atlantis. Take your time admiring the volcano, which is located on the small island of Thirasia, visit Imerovigli and, of course, do not forget the famous red, black and white beaches.
Enjoy the wild and outlandish beauty of Santorini, the view of the magnificent caldera, take a walk around Oia in the afternoon and enjoy one of the most popular sunsets in the world.




The largest island of the Dodecanese group of islands and the fourth largest island of Greece, Rhodes, is rich in beautiful sights and abound with a variety of destinations for the naturalists among us. Rhodes is a cosmopolitan island, full of quality and culture.






Crete, the largest Greek island and the fifth largest one in the Mediterranean, is one of the most popular tourist destinations. Largely associated with the Minoan civilization, Crete is famous for the lyre, the exceptional traditional food and local customs. The city of Chania is famous for its nonstop nightlife, widely popular among the youth.





The peninsula with the three “fingers”; Kassandra, Sithonia and Athos, which all oversee the Aegean Sea. Chalkidiki is considered to be one of the main colonies the people of Euboea founded and the Ancient Stagirais is the birthplace and home of the famous Greek philosopher, Aristotle.
With the naturally-carved coves the turquoise-water beaches and the multiple destination sites, Chalkidiki is another marvelous and cosmopolitan destination, perfect for combining both vacation on the mountains and the sea.




The main islands of the Ionian Sea (Ionian) are seven: Kefalonia, Corfu, Zakynthos, Lefkada, Cythera, Ithaca and Paxos. All of them are covered in green and thriving with pine forests and olive groves, while the beaches’ waters are crystal clear. The unique architecture of the buildings, the museums that preserve the history of each island's rich culture and the cosmopolitan life define each of these islands perfectly.




Ancient Olympia is a village and municipality of Elis, built at a mountain’s foot, in the valley where the Alpheus river flows. In the same place at Ancient Olympia stood the sacred sanctuary, known as the Altis. Its museum is one of the richest in Greece, with the Hermes of Praxiteles standing amongst the exhibits. Every four years, the Olympic flame of the modern day Olympic Games is lit during a glorious ceremony. The flame travels everywhere in the world, a symbol of worldwide unity and peace.




Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece, known worldwide mainly in a mythological context. According to the ancient Greek culture, on its highest peak (Mytikas 2,918-m) was the home of the twelve Olympian Gods. In order to protect its unique heritage, Olympus was declared as early as 1938 as the first National Park in Greece. Every year, thousands of naturalists visit the Olympus to admire its beauty up close, to tour its slopes and conquer the mountain’s peaks.

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Mount Athos

Mount Athos, an autonomous polity, part of the Hellenic Republic, is located on the Athos peninsula of Chalkidiki, Macedonia. Athos is the home to 20 monasteries and other cells and is informally known as an "Autonomous Monastic State." It is the center of Orthodox Christian monasticism filled with great national monuments with historical, religious, and cultural value worldwide. Athos is part of the World Heritage Sites list compiled by UNESCO ever since 1988.





Meteora is a large complex of monasteries built on natural sandstone rock pillars, rising out of the city of Kalambaka, near the first peaks of Pindos and Chassia. Meteora’s monasteries, which are built on top of these rocks, are the second most important complex of monasteries in Greece after Mount Athos. Out of the thirty original monasteries, today only seven of them remain and have been included in UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites list ever since 1988.




The island of revelation, with intense religious interest. Blessed by God and gifted by nature, Patmos is dressed in white and blue.
Ideal for those who love the natural way of life and hiking and following trails.