Often thought of as "the Caribbean of Greece", Lefkada is known for its traditional villages, rugged cliffs, and sapphire waters.
Koufonisia should not be underestimated. This little-known destination offers many of the same exciting sights and picturesque landscapes found on Mykonos, but without the mobs of summer visitors.
Nestled just off the coast of Turkey, Kos is the perfect place to kick off or wrap up your Greek Adventure. As part of the country's Dodecanese Islands, Kos is known for its golden beaches - like many of the other surrounding islands - but also features a plethora of must-see intriguing historical sites and ancient landmarks.
Famed for its sandy coves and diverse landscapes, Kefalonia is a true delight to the senses. The island is the largest of the Ionian archipelago, and boasts a decorated cultural heritage, making it an ideal destination for any type of traveler.
Nestled at the foot of the extraordinary Meteora rocks, Kalambaka is a fascinating historical destination, overflowing with age-old monasteries and enchanting sights to uncover.
Many have drawn parallels between Cancun and Ios, as college-aged groups head to this tiny island to enjoy the beaches, boutiques, restaurants, and snack bars in the daytime, and let loose at night at the nightclubs, bars, and live music venues dotted around the area.
A mini paradise, Ikaria is one of the Cyclades last untouched islands. Located on the eastern edge of the archipelago, Ikari boasts rolling hillsides, lush greenery, natural springs, hidden caves, and scenic beaches, as well as diverse wildlife -- all in one place.
The gem of the Saronic Islands, Hydra greets visitors with its alluring grey-stone 18th-century mansions, perched on the hillsides of the bay. Engulfed by the sparkling waters of the Aegean, and just a two-hour ferry from the Greek mainland, Hydra is a welcomed escape from the bustle of city life.
Athens is both ancient and modern, youthful and mature. Pairing worldly historic sights with a vibrant culture, this capital city holds on to its stature as one of the world’s oldest cities.
The smallest of the Ionian Islands, Antipaxos is a peaceful little getaway, and home to some of the most pristine beaches in the country. This secluded spot is a favorite summer destination for the inhabitants of Paxos, an island just 3 kilometers north of Antipaxos.
Antiparos is known for its secluded and wild coastline, low-key vibes, and is a favorite day trip from Paros for those looking to escape the crowds and explore virgin land and seascapes.
Travel through time as you taste traditional seafood dishes, listen to classic local music, and marvel at miles and miles of unspoiled coastline filled with pristine beaches. Alonissos offers you all this and more.
Paxos is found just 14 km south of Corfu and is one of the least commercial islands in the area. With a single road following the coast, and just three traditional villages, Paxos is the perfect Greek escape for some quality rest and relaxation.
A lush island encompassed by the Ionian Sea, this favorite summer getaway is guaranteed to show you a good time. Not only will visitors enjoy the same breathtaking beaches and traditional rural villages found on many of its neighboring islands, but Zakynthos is also famous for its lively nightlife and exciting party scene.
Santorini is a dreamy and idyllic bucket list destination, and the perfect place to chase magnificent sunsets.
The island's undying charm is fortified by the variety of unique villages, each with its own quirky attractions to brag about.
As the principal transportation hub of the Cyclades, Paros is not only easily accessible, but a true must-see destination. The island is brimming with natural beauty and Byzantine landmarks, which come together to create the magic of Paros.
Explore the fertile terrain of Naxos, the Cyclades largest island, while you spend your days visiting traditional villages in the hills, discovering ancient ruins, and delighting in neverending stretches of sandy coast.
The narrow cobblestone alleys are reminiscent of an amorous stroll in Europe. Streets are lines with well-preserved structures - including mansions, museums, balconies, and Turkish fountains.
There is no lack of attractions in Nafplio - from climbing up the 999 steps to get to the Palamidi Castle, to the War Museum and the several sunny beaches.
Parga is a perfect base to discover nearby Sivota, Preveza, and Lefkada, and proves that some of the country's best destinations are right here on the mainland.
Mykonos is the quintessential Greek Island. Located in the sunny Cyclades, this little slice of paradise has a charm and vibe that’s all its own. Above all, Mykonos is known for its excellent beaches and its incredible atmosphere.