For the lovers of the sea there is no place in the world like the Aegean. Sail from Athens and visit some of Greece’s most beautiful islands. Mykonos full of beautiful shops in small al¬leys, Paros where you will go out for a drink and return with the rise of the sun. Naxos with the beautiful villages hanging on its mountains, Koufonisia with beaches that will take your breath away, Santorini with the most beautiful sunset in the world and Milos the island of love.
Visit the most major archaeological sites of Greece. Enjoy the ancient glory of Athens and visit Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic games, the tomb of King Agamemnon in Mycenae, experience the perfect acoustics of the ancient theater of Epidaurus where Maria Callas has sung Medea. Visit Delfi, the center of the world, according to ancient Greeks and magical Meteora flowing in midair. Visit Thessaloniki, the liveliest Greek city with excellent cuisine and the archaeological site of Vergina where the Phillip the father of Alexander the Great is buried
Experience small tastes of culture, antiquities, sea, sun and great food in a package that combines everything. From clas¬sical Athens to the other ancient sites, Mycenae, Delfi, Olympia and Epidaurus. Then start the island hopping from Mykonos the party island where the whole jet set parties. Move to ro¬mantic and magical Santorini, voted as the best island in the world and one of the most photographed places on earth. Finish your trip at Crete with the unique culture and nature.
Greek Macedonia had the privilege of giving birth to one of the most influential people in the history of mankind. Al¬exander the Great. With this package we will follow the his footsteps. From the palace that he was born in Aegaes, to the school of Aristotle where he was taught. Vergina hosts all the treasures found in the area as well as the tomb of his mythical father Phillip II of Macedonia. We will visit Phillipous, a UNESCO world heritage site which combines its ancient glory with the first ever Christian church in Europe, founded by Apostole Paul. The visit of the beautiful city of Kavala and 3 days of resting in paradisiac Halkidiki with the pristine beaches and the unique nature.
Wine in the everyday life of Greece is an ancient matter. In fact, it is lost in the depths of time. The relationship between vineyards, cultivated almost all over Greece, and of course the wine produced and consumed over time, is long-lasting. Both vine products and wine are essentially the cultural, social and food products of the Greeks.
Travel among some of the most famous Greek vineyards. Stop at well-known wineries and taste the world-famous wines in the Peloponnese, Northern Greece,Epirus & Western Macedonia. Meet the winemakers.
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Sure Greece is famous for the beaches, but in reality it is mainly a mountainous country of unique nature. The northern part of the country especially hosts places of natural serenity and small villages with deep traditions. Get off the beaten track of sea and sun and experience the forests, rivers and lakes of Greece. Visit Thessaloniki and the archaeological treasures of Alexander the Great that lived here, view the beautiful villag¬es around Tzoumerka and experience profound serenity and nature. Ioannina, the lake town, will stay in your heart forever while in the cultural island of Corfu you will want to stay for¬ever.
Thessaloniki is the second-largest city in Greece and the capital of Greek Macedonia, the administrative region of Central Macedonia and the Decentralized Administration of Macedonia and Thrace.
Thessaloniki is a popular tourist destination in Greece. For 2013, National Geographic Magazine included Thessaloniki in its top tourist destinations worldwide, while in 2014 Financial Times FDI magazine (Foreign Direct Investments) declared Thessaloniki as the best mid-sized European city of the future for human capital and lifestyle. Among street photographers, the center of Thessaloniki is also considered the most popular destination for street photography in Greece.
Athens is the capital and largest city of Greece. Athens dominates the Attica region and is one of the world’s oldest cities, with its recorded history spanning over 3,400 years, and its earliest human presence starting somewhere between the 11th and 7th millennia BC.Athens is recognised as a global city because of its location and its importance in:
The wonders of nature are complemented by Greek hospitality. The locals will welcome you at traditional guest houses and family-run hotels. They will offer you local specialities, wine, raki and other authentic products at their restaurants and tavernas
In Greece, a growing number of people are occupied with agrotourist activities, the number of traditional lodgings is continuously increasing and the country is rapidly becoming a top year-round agrotourism destination. Numerous villages throughout the country offer guesthouses built in the traditional style with comfortable, though simple accommodations; others boast a “holistic retreat” style of accommodation complete with organic gardens, bird sanctuaries and traditional “tavernas” serving their own home-grown produce.
Agrotourism is emerging at the right moment to cover the need of tired city-dwellers for a closer contact with nature, as well as with things and experiences long-forgotten, where you can participate in the chores of milking the animals, producing cheeses , gathering the olives , bread baking and traditional pastry-making, loom weaving, horse-back riding, stroll in the forest, life at a tranquil pace
It brings growth to local communities, assisting their economies to flourish and prosper, it facilitates the production of traditional products that would otherwise possibly vanish, mainly traditional products such as fruit preserves and jams, embroidery, the cultivation of aromatic herbs and pasta. It assists in the preservation of crafts that would otherwise perish with the last artisan, preserves human memory through the revival of customs and traditional festivities, offers a communication channel between regions isolated from the large population centres and provides life-long opportunities to local youth.
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