Most people know Greece for its crystal crear waters, however Greece has a relatively un¬known virgin nature: Alpine lakes, dramatic gorges, steaming volcanoes, serene wetlands, national parks, mountain forests and more flowers than you’ve ever seen. Allow us in Ral¬lis Travel to help you discover Greece through alternative types of tourism: ecotourism and agrotourism that reveal the secrets of Greek nature.

The great Greek outdoors invites you to discover it in every season. A tapestry of landscapes with an amazing array of biodiversity and ecological value will unfold before your eyes: in national parks, waterfalls, rushing rivers, lakes, wetlands, mountain ranges, even volcanoes on Santorini, Nisyros and Milos. You’ll soon discover just how much variety such a small country can display. The mild climate and natural environment is ideal for hiking, riding, off-road driving, rafting, kayaking, rock and mountain climbing and canyoning.
There are 419 Natura-2000 sites, as well as 4 Geoparks that are part of the European Geoparks Network (EGN): Lesvos and its fossil forest, the Natural Park of Psiloritis on Crete, the Helmos-Vouraikos National Park in the Peloponnese and the Vikos-Aoos National Park in the Zagorohoria region of Epirus.

Greece’s 400 wetlands are places of special beauty and many are protected by the Ramsar Convention or belong to the Natura-2000 network. The lagoons of Messolongi, Gialova, Porto Lagos and Thrace, the Amvracian Gulf, the Strofilia forest, the deltas of the rivers Axios, Nestos, Evros, Acheloos and Arachthos, lakes Kerkini, Vistonis, Vegorotis, Mikri Prespa, Koroneia and Volvi offer a rich world of vegetation and are home to countless birds, amphibians, mammals and fish.At least 446 bird species, several of which are endangered, live or stop at the precious wetlands on the islands and mainland.The best places for bird-watching are the Dadia forest, the Evros and Pineios deltas, lakes Kerkini, Heimaditis and Zazari, the Gialova lagoon and Mount Olympus.


Greece has innumerable natural thermal springs, most of them known since antiquity. Many of them flourished during the Roman period when they turned into cosmopolitan centres, attracting many people for spa-therapy and entertainment. Bathing in thermal springs at Asklipeia was very popular as far back as the 13th century.
Gushing out warm therapeutic water from 3,000 metres for many centuries, the hot spring of Sylla is located on the premises of Thermai Sylla Hotel in Edipsos, Evia. In the Loutraki of Pella, the water temperature is exactly the same as the human’s body temperature, 37C. There are 80 springs officially recognized by the state as therapeutic.

Rallis Travel is here for you, recommending top Natural Springs, combine your accommodation & transportation in Greece !!!