Welcome to Greece

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Athens Greece is one of the world’s oldest cities and is renowned as the birthplace of democracy. Athens is the best town for sightseeing, with a history of over 3,000 years. The city takes its name after Athena , the goddess of wisdom and daughter of Zeus, according to the legend. She was the town’s protector and she is in fact dedicated to the temple of Parthenon on the Acropolis.


Chersonisos, in northern Crete, is a town and a local government unit bordering the Mediterranean & Aegean Sea. The city is about 25 kilometres to the east of Heraklion and Agios Nikolaos west. In fact, what is widely called Hersonissos is its peninsula and harbour.


One of the Dodecanese islands of Greece, Kos is renowned for its ample sandy beaches. It is also rich with landmarks from Greek and Roman times, particularly in and around Kos City. This harbour town is dominated by Neratzia Castle, dating from the 15th century.


Santorini is one of the Aegean Sea islands in the Cyclades. It was destroyed in the 16th century BC by a volcanic eruption that transformed the harsh terrain forever. The whitewashed, cubic-shaped houses of its two major cities, Fira and Oia, stick to cliffs over a crater. They overlook the sea, tiny islands to the west and beaches made of green, red and white pebbles of lava.


Mykonos is an island within the Aegean Sea Cyclades group. It is popularly known for its atmosphere filled with summer party vibes. Massive dance clubs host world-renowned D.J’s and typically remain open until dawn. Iconic landmarks include a row of windmills from the 16th century which sit on a hill above the town of Mykonos.

About Athens

About Santorini

About Chersonisos

About Kos

About Mykonos