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Greece Holidays


Whitewashed houses, gorgeous sandy beaches, lush olive groves, limestone cliffs and sparkling waters – these are some of things that Greece holidays are best known for. Situated on the southeastern side of the Mediterranean Sea, Greece attracts millions of tourists every year. 


There's a whole host of things to do in Greece, and beach-hopping should be on everyone’s priority lis

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Getting Around

Private or public transfer from Greece’s main airports is generally easy. On the islands many tourists opt to hire a car at the airport to give them the freedom to explore. Scooter hire is also a popular option in the main resorts. If you plan to island hop, you can use the inter-island ferry service. In Athens and other cities, buses are the main mode of public transport and taxis are widely available.

Your Guide to
Amazing Islands
Mediterranean Luxury


With so many options, finding the island right for you is not hard. Corfu is a favourite with people of all ages and for good reason.

Historic Corfu Town is a lovely place to spend a day. Visit the magnificent Old Fortress then explore the squares and cobbled streets lined with Venetian mansions, museums, speciality shops and cafes.

If your idea of holiday heaven is spending the day sunbathing on an uncrowded beach before having a delicious dinner under the stars in a traditional taverna, Corfu is full of resorts where the vibe is laidback and there’s not a foam party in sight! Try Agios Georgios or Acharavi for a peaceful and picturesque place to recharge your batteries.

Thanks to its winter rainfall Corfu is greener than many Mediterranean islands and its lush hillsides and gorges are home to abundant wildlife. Saddle up for a day trekking on horseback, head off on two wheels on one of the island’s cycle routes or hike one of the scenic walking trails.


Luxurious Islands

Greece is not just about family-friendly low-cost resorts. There is plenty of luxury to explore and indulge in too.

Santorini sees some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. Head to the stunning town of Oia for the best views. As the rays bathe the town’s iconic whitewashed buildings in a molten orange glow, make sure you have your camera ready for some Instagram-worthy holiday selfies.

The most popular place to stay on Mykonos is beautiful, bustling Mykonos Town, which effortlessly combines the charm of the old with the excitement of the new. Another popular resort is neighbouring Ornos, which is a family favourite thanks to its sheltered beach. Or try Plati Yialos for a classy and cosmopolitan vibe.

In Kefalonia, the northern town of Fiskardo is known as the St Tropez of Greece. Fiskardo’s cosmopolitan harbour bustles with upmarket eateries and the yachts that line the pretty quayside belong to the super-rich. Also in the north is the attractive and historic capital of Argostoli which is worth a visit too.

Where to go in Greece

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