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With more than 2,000 islands, ranging from tiny atolls to the veritable continent that is Crete, maritime Greece is unmatched for sheer variety. Beaches, history, walking, cycling, water sports, festivals, food, ecology: chances are if you want it, they’ve got it. Here are just a few of the incomparable offerings Greece’s islands hold.
Best for beaches: Crete, Lipsi, Kefallonia, Skiathos, Mykonos Almost every Greek isle has great beaches, but few come with a Venetian castle, like laid-back Frangokastello Beach in southern Crete. For lapping turquoise waters, try Platys Gialos and Kambos on quiet Lipsi and the stunning cove at Myrtos Beach in Kefallonia. To see and be seen, bowl up to one of Skiathos' 65 beaches, join the mainstream masses at the 1,200m-long Koukounaries Beach or bronze up on nudist-friendly Banana and Little Banana Beach, popular with the gay and lesbian set. Even more full-on are the legendary Paradise and Super Paradise beaches on decadent Mykonos.
Best for history: Rhodes, Delos, Corfu, PatmosGape at Rhodes' magnificent, walled old town, where the Knights of St John ruled from 1309-1523, and explore their quarter before visiting the 14th-century Palace of the Grand Masters. Tiny Delos, near Mykonos, was once dedicated to Apollo; see ruins of shrines to the gods and explore mosaic-rich ancient dwellings. Kick back in Corfu's old town, with its Venetian, French and British architecture. On ethereal Patmos, visit the Monastery of St. John the Theologian, and see the grotto where the saint wrote the Book of Revelations.
Best for walking: Crete, Naxos, Alonnisos, SkopelosThe varied terrain on Greece's biggest island, Crete, ranges from gentle plateaus dotted with windmills to canyons and mountains. Hiking the Samaria Gorge, Europe's longest at 16km, brings you through the homeland of Crete's famed wild goat, the kri kri. The Zakros to Kato Zakros (a former Minoan palace site) amble in eastern Crete is more relaxed. Cool relief awaits on the forested 'river walk' at southern Plakias (inquire at the excellent Youth Hostel Plakias). The Greek Mountaineering Club of Hania informs about trekking opportunities and conditions, while Hania's Alpine Travel organises walking and trekking tours.
Fertile Naxos boasts numerous walks along the old paths connecting the villages of the central plain; these traverse ancient temples, Hellenistic towers and Byzantine churches. For guided walks contact Flisvos Sport Club. The Sporadic isles of Alonnisos and Skopelos, full of forests, orchards and wildflowers, offer more excellent walks; contact the Alonnisos Walking Club and Skopelos Walks.
Best for cycling: Evia, Kos, ThasosThe meandering country roads of Evia make for blissfully stress-free cycling. Another favourite is well-equipped Kos, bursting with bike-rental places. Excellent forested trails (and a popular international race) bring mountain biking aficionados to Thasos.
Best for diving and snorkelling: Karpathos, Milos, Paros, KastellorizoFor organised dives in sea caves full of colourful aquatic life, check out Karpathos Diving School on Karpathos. Milos has phenomenal diving, and Diving Center Milos brings you face-to-face with deep-sea fish, dolphins and even monk seals. Snorkelling is also great here, and on Paros and remote Kastellorizo.
Best for responsible travel: Zakynthos, Chios, CreteVolunteer to protect endangered wildlife like sea turtles on Zakynthos with the Earth, Sea & Sky Center and Sea Turtle Protection Society. Get your hands dirty while tending endemic mastic trees, and explore Chios' other eco-tourism opportunities with Masticulture in Mesta. Finally, enjoy guilt-free eating and sleeping in Crete's secluded mountains at Milia Traditional Settlement, powered by solar energy and living off its organic farm and good vibrations.
Best for food and drink: Lesvos, Samos, Corfu, Folegandros, CreteLesvos is renowned for its olive oil and its ouzos (it produces some 70 percent of all Greek ouzos). The national aperitif is served with mixed mezedhes (appetizers) at traditional ouzeries (ouzo restaurants), which blend the island's old Turkish influences with Greek seafood specialities. Lesvos produces fine wine, as does Samos, famed for its sweet muscat dessert wine. Like other Ionian islands, Corfu was never Ottomanised, and its cuisine remains Italian-flavoured. Folegrandos' Cycladic specialities include matsata (pasta with rabbit/chicken in red sauce), astakomakaronada (lobster with spaghetti) and liokafto (sun-dried fish). Crete is famous for its olive oil and specialties like dakos (rusks topped with tomato, olive oil and cheese) and myzithra (sweet cheese, used in kalitsounia pastries). Horta (wild greens) provide seasoning for fish or roast lamb.
With a history that runs deep into the past, Athens is nothing less than a heritage site in itself. Be it a culture fanatic or a casual traveler, there is a lot of things to do in Athens for everyone! Sightseeing might get tedious a bit and there is nothing more refreshing than an activity filled day to revamp your travel plans. With art and culture centres like Pallas Theatre, Onassis Cultural Centre, Badminton Theater and the myriad open air cinemas, one can spend a day or two soaking in the finer side of the city. For the activity seeker, one can go island hopping, visit a hammam bath, take a day trip to ancient Delphi or trek down Mount Lycabettus.
While the Acropolis is the main draw there’s more to Athens than ancient history (Picture: Getty)
Athens – come for the Gods, history and myths, stay for the cuisine, art, and general joie de vivre.
Yes, you should visit because this is the birthplace of Western civilisation, but Athens may be the one of the most endearing and creative cities in Europe right now.
Many people come to visit Greece with a mission in mind .
Whether you want to hike the trails of Mount Olympus, the mythological home of the twelve gods of Olympus, and feel the untouched nature of the area. or visit Delphi.
Although an estimated 500,000 tourists visit the ancient ruins of Delphi each year, they are most likely missing out on the beauty of the surrounding areas. Let’s take a look at some of the top things to do on your trip and some of the reasons why you will need more than a day in Delphi.
The Ruins The most popular stop in Delphi is of course the UNESCO World Heritage Archaeological Site of Delphi. Considered to be one of the most stunning archaeological sites in the world, you will need at least 3 hours to explore it. You can buy the all-day ticket and enjoy the ruins and the Archaeological Museum located below the site.
Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece, with more than a million inhabitants in its metropolitan area. It is also the capital of Macedonia and the Decentralized Administration of Macedonia and Thrace.
But Thessaloniki is more. It is Greece’s second major industrial and commercial center; it has a vibrant cultural life and boasts a rich Byzantine heritage. Several festivals take place during the year while the largest university of Greece, Aristotle University, is located in the city. What’s more, Thessaloniki is also home to the largest bi-annual meeting of the Greek diaspora. All these characteristics clearly show why there’s always something to do in the city. Let’s take a look at those things you cannot miss in Thessaloniki… plus some bizarre ideas that will add excitement to the experience.
Seven Classic Things to Do in Thessaloniki
Walk down the seaside promenade a relaxed stroll by the sea allows you to take in the atmosphere as well as get a glimpse of several city landmarks: The White Tower, the Music Hall, Aristotelous Square, and the Harbor, which has had a significant part in the history of the city and its importance has not diminished over the years.
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