Welcome to Athens the capital of Greece, birthplace of philosophy and democracy, the once classical city-state is nowadays a lively, cosmopolitan metropolis.

The city of Piraeus serves as the leading port of Greece since antiquity and is among the largest passenger ports across the world.

Macedonia is Greece’s largest region, and its capital, Thessaloniki, is the country’s second-largest city, also dubbed ”the capital of the north”.

Visit Thessaloniki, the second largest city of Greece, the cultural capital of the country, a destination packed with life, worth being included on every traveller’s itinerary

Halkidiki is situated on the southeast of the city of Thessaloniki with its characteristic three peninsulas Kassandra, Sithonia and Athos, resembling a trident piercing the Aegean Sea, waits for you to visit them.

Welcome to Pieria, the homeland of the 12 ancient Greek Gods and Muses of mythology to offer a unique holiday experience with a plethora of archaeological sites and monuments.

Welcome to Crete, the largest island of Greece, a unique tourist destination with exceptional natural beauty, endless beaches and archaeological sites.

Heraklion lies between Mt Psiloritis and the Lasithiotika Mountains and it is the largest administrative division of Crete

Chania is at the westernmost part of the island and occupies an area of nearly 2400 square kilometers.

Lasithi occupies the far-eastern part of Crete and it is divided into eight municipalities

Rethymno is a place of contrasts, boasting a long and remarkable history as well as untouched places of natural beauty and living traditions

The Dodecanese group of islands numbers a total of 13 islands lined up in the Eastern Aegean

Rhodes is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, being the administrative centre of Dodecanese complex of islands

Welcome to Kos, the island of Hippocrates, the father of medicine that distinguishes for her rich history, the untold beauties and the culture of her residents.

Karpathos is the southernmost member of the Dodecanese (Twelve Islands) cluster of islands on the eastern Aegean Sea.

The Cyclades group comprises some hundreds of islands and islets of which 33 are inhabited. These form one of the most attractive groups of islands

Although one of the smallest islands of the Cyclades complex, Mykonos is definitely the most famous, thanks to the winning combination of its natural beauty, rich history and cosmopolitan character

Santorini ranks among the world’s best known and most desirable destinations, attracting holiday makers from every corner of the planet making it a national landmark.

Welcome to Paros, one of the most astonishing spots across the Cycladic complex of islands, with long history to date back in millennia, archaeological sites, Byzantine churches and monasteries

Sifnos Island

Welcome to Sifnos, the Cycladic island which was distinguished by National Geographic between the top 10 journeys of a lifetime

Welcome to Sifnos, the Cycladic island which was distinguished by National Geographic between the top 10 journeys of a lifetime

Welcome to Corfu, one of the most beautiful islands in Greece with important history, thrilling green landscapes, unique Venetian style architecture, lacy beaches

Welcome to Kefalonia, the most westerly island of Greece and the largest one among the Ionian Islands complex. Welcome to Kefalonia, the most westerly island of Greece and the largest one among the Ionian Islands complex.

Welcome to Zakynthos, or Flor di Levante as named by the Venetians thanks to its flourishing countryside with endless olive groves, lemon trees and wild vegetation

Welcome to Lefkada, the world known destination for the amazing landscape and the exotic beaches, some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean Sea.

Welcome to Ithaca, the raw diamond of the Ionians, the mythical home of Homer’s Odysseus-the symbol island of nostalgia

The peninsula of Peloponnese situated on the southernmost tip of mainland Greece, technically an island once divided by the Corinth Canal

Welcome to the prefecture of Achaia, the cultural centre of Peloponnese with the lively city of Patras to leave no visitor dissatisfied with monasteries of historical importance

Welcome to Messinia, the southwest end of Peloponnese is a region of magic and beauty.

Welcome to the prefecture of Corinthia, a highly diverse area to satisfy any visitor with numerous archaeological sites, staggering landscapes

Welcome to Ilia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games with a long history dating back to the Palaeolithic Age.

Welcome to Arcadia, the heart of Peloponnese that provides some of the most amazing landscapes across the country

Welcome to Laconia, home of legendary city-state of Sparta, of distinctive historical importance, an intermixture of beautiful landscapes and wild nature that impress every visitor

Welcome to Argolida, the heart of ancient Greece during the Archaic and Classical periods, named after the principle city of the region, Argos

Lying virtually between two continents, Europe and Asia, the islands of the north-eastern Aegean comprise the principle islands of Chios, Lemnos, Samos and Lesvos.

Welcome to Lesvos, the largest island across the Eastern Aegean Sea, a mosaic of attractions boasting several archaeological sites, interesting museums, castles, historic churches

Welcome to Lemnos an island of great historical importance to house the first settlement of Europe, to offer a plethora of opportunities for visitors to admire.

Welcome to Samos, the birthplace of great ancient personas such as the famous philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras, the astronomer Aristarchos and philosopher Epikouros

Chios: Majestic, nostalgic, discreet, a real Lady in the middle of the Aegean Sea, bathed in a unique Ionian light and the generous Mediterranean sun

Located on the northeastern edge of Greece, the region encompasses three prefectures on Thrace and two on Eastern Macedonia.

Welcome to Kavala, a prefecture of unique natural beauty and historical importance featuring stunning sceneries, fascinating historical monuments, superb beaches

The ideal destination for those who seek something different, something authentic

Thessaly, often called the breadbasket of Greece, is a region abundant in unspoilt forests, water areas, archaeological sites, villages with traditional architecture, ancient towns

Welcome to Magnesia, the secret gem of Greece to perfectly combine sea and mountains in a unique way. Located at the centre of Greece equally distant from Athens and Thessaloniki

Welcome to Larissa, an area to offer a taste of everything that makes Greece proud of, such as lovely beaches, the tallest mountain in Greece, Olympus, rivers, canyons, caves.

Welcome to Trikala, one of the most visited areas of Thessaly and a world known destination for religious tourism along with ecotourism.

The Sporades islands lie on the northeast side of Evia. They are a cluster of stunningly beautiful green islands, the largest of which are Alonissos, Skiathos, Skopelos and Skyros

Welcome to Skiathos, the westernmost island of Sporades, which include the islands of Alonissos, Skopelos and Skyros and close to the mainland, is a cosmopolitan destination for travellers

Considered to be the most mountainous region in the country, with a long cost line, Central Greece lies in the heart of the mainland, consisting of fine prefectures

Evia, is second largest island was originally part of the country’s mainland, from which, according to legend, it was split with a blow from Poseidon’s trident.

The region of Epirus, occupying the northwest corner of the Greek mainland, has its own special beauty and cultural identit

Welcome to the prefecture of Ioannina, an area of rare natural beauty and well maintained tradition in all its aspects.

Welcome to the prefecture of Arta, the former capital of Epirus during the Hellenistic period as well as the Byzantine times.

Welcome to the prefecture of Preveza, the southern part of the Epirus Riviera, to feature amazing long and sandy beaches with crystal clear blue waters, a wonderful ecosystem

Welcome to Thesprotia, the birthplace of Hellenism, featuring an amazing eco system, with mountains, rivers, lakes, deltas, coastal trails, along with archaeological sites

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