The capital of Greece, Athens offers an excellent range of accommodation in this busy but historic city. Offering everything from luxury villa accommodation to affordable hotels, Athens accommodation is conveniently located close to Syntagma Square in the centre of town as well as popular attractions, nightlife and tavernas.
The largest of the Greek Islands, Crete is steeped in a diverse history that ranges from the Minoan civilization to WWII. Boasting fertile land that gives rise to a variety of landscapes, modern holiday resorts can be found scattered among the olive trees, orange groves, vineyards and cedar forests across the island of Crete.
Easily accessed from Athens, the Saronic Gulf is a nature lovers paradise and is home to a variety of waterways, mountain villages, beautiful beaches and historic attractions. The main resort town of Neorio is situated in the northwest of the town of Poros and is close to shops, tavernas, beaches and forests.
The second largest city in Greece, Thessaloniki is situated in the north and is an interesting blend of historic heritage and commercial port. Famous for its cuisine, Thessaloniki accommodation is close to the numerous natural and historical attractions including the Halkidiki peninsulas boasting the best beaches in Greece.
Home to an active volcano, Santorini is perhaps the most popular holiday destination in Greece thanks to its romantic yet mysterious beauty. The island features two parts, the caldera side and the lower side of the island where all the beaches are. Offering villas, hotels and traditional houses built against the rock, visitors enjoy stunning views of the sea, beaches and sunset.
Offering a more traditional Greek experience, Chios is the fifth largest Greek island and is situated in the Eastern Aegean group. Close to Turkey, Chios is much less ‘touristy’ than other areas of Greece and offers an authentic experience both in accommodation and attractions, where traditional Greek hospitality is at its best.
Attracting thousands of tourists every year, the island of Corfu is well equipped to offer accommodation to the influx of visitors here to admire its spectacular coastline and stunning natural beauty. Known as the Emerald Island, Corfu is home to lush olive groves and green fields which descend into the crystal waters of the Ionian Sea.
The island of Mykonos is known for its hospitality, particularly when it comes to vibrant nightlife and fantastic cuisine. Scattered with waterfront tavernas, secluded beaches and whitewashed houses, Mykonos caters for everyone from backpackers to families, high end travellers and even movie stars.
Not as busy as some of the more popular islands and destinations, Paros is home to stunning countryside, long golden beaches and striking mountains. A great place to get a feel for the ‘real’ Greece, here you can get to know some of the local farmers and experience a more traditional way of life, all whilst still exploring historic attractions.
Offering charming accommodation scattered all over the island, the rural island of Paros is dotted with pristine beaches and vibrant fishing villages in the middle of the Aegean Sea. Renowned in ancient times for its fine marble, masterpieces created from this quality marble can still be found all over Greece including in Delos and Athens.
One of the most popular holiday destinations in Greece, Rhodes is the biggest of the Dodecanese islands and boasts an excellent range of tourist infrastructure and accommodation. Enjoying a wonderfully mild climate, the island offers plenty of natural beauty, beaches, a rich history and ancient monuments.