The traveller who chooses such an extraordinary destination like Greece, deserves to know about the lesser-known aspects of Greece. We collaborate with local agencies that have many years of experience of offering a complete and personal overview to their travellers of less touristy attractions. As well as this, our team lives in Greece for many months of the year and is on call 24/7 to make the travel experience unforgettable, safe and full of comforts.
"A paradise for sea lovers; a versatile destination for young people, couples looking for romantic spots and for those who love history"
The Attica Riviera
Just a few kilometres from Athens, you will find yourself immersed in a unique seaside resort that will make you feel like you are on an endless vacation. Strolls along waterfront promenades amidst palm trees, water sports, sailing and golf are just some of the activities you can do in this area. The Thessaloniki Riviera also offers state-of-the-art facilities for all lovers of water and water sports. And not only that, but there are also in fact facilities of all kinds and for all pretensions!
The Halkidiki Peninsula
The island of Halkidiki offers beautiful views of the sea, relaxation and Greek traditions. Its small coves and magnificent Mount Athos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to 20 Orthodox monasteries, make the island a unique and timeless place. The island of Thassos, on the other hand, is a green dot that stands out in the sea and is especially popular with both lovers of sandy shores and lovers of adventurous vacations in contact with nature, given the opportunity to engage in numerous activities such as trekking, biking and exploring.
Cyclades and Small Cyclades
Andros, separated from Athens only by a handkerchief of sea, with its unparalleled scenic and naturalistic vistas to Tinos, is one of the most beautiful and interesting islands. Then there is Mykonos an island of pure fun, and the world-famous Santorini, the most romantic and evocative because of its circular volcanic crater shape. Koufonisia, two small islands where it’s easy to relax and forget about chaotic life. Sifnos is exciting and spectacular with its small beaches surrounded by oleanders and wild junipers. Milos, on the other hand, has only recently been discovered and is “the sunshine of colours” with its colourful beaches. Paros is at the centre of the archipelago and because of this it brings together the sights, colours and sounds of all the islands!
Located in the Aegean Sea, these islands enclose bays and coves with pristine beaches and crystal-clear sea. They are definitely among the most beautiful islands in Greece: where you can combine typical vacation relaxation with fun activities and nightlife, especially on the island of Skiantos. Skiantos is in fact the realm of entertainment so much so that it has been nicknamed the Capri of the Aegean. In the evening, in fact, the city’s alleys turn into large outdoor discos. Skopelos, on the other hand, is the most Hollywood-like Island of the archipelago, thanks to the beautiful beaches ideal for spending hours in total relaxation, but also the ancient monasteries or taverns where you can taste local specialties making the island an exceptional location.
The delightful town of Parga, with its typical Grecian crystal-clear blue sea, is a great alternative to the classic island vacation. Along with Sivota it can be an excellent match for anyone who desires tranquil and enchanting places, little known to Italians but accessible to tourists. The Peloponnese is the wildest and most unspoiled part of Greece, with a unique wealth of history rooted in ancient Sparta all the way to Olympia. The Ionian Islands are the closest to Italy and for this reason they are appreciated and desired and considered true jewels of nature with beautiful beaches and mild climate. The towns and villages fascinate tourists with modern infrastructure, worldly atmosphere and entertainment as well.
Rhodes, one of the most famous and largest islands of the Dodecanese, has been a favourite destination for many years for all tourists who want a vacation characterized by nightlife fun. But many also come for the beaches, rocky bays and crystal-clear waters that make the Greece island unique and a true queen of the Greek islands.
Crete, the largest Greek island, is rich in lush nature and history. In fact, the island can offer you everything: privacy, relaxation, nightlife entertainment. A perfect mix that will make you fall in love with this part of the world!
Thessaloniki, Meteora and Halkidiki Sea