TOURS & ACTIVITIES

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TOURS & ACTIVITIES


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MYKONOS

CHORA DOWNTOWN
Whitewashed houses, proud windmills, a multitude of chapels, busy back streets with balconies full of flowers and a multicoloured fleet of fishing boats in the port.

DELOS ISLAND
Delos Island was the refuge where Leto gave birth to Apollo and Artemis, while being chased by the jealous Zeus.

MYKONOS NIGHTLIFE
Day and night, Mykonos glitters like a finely polished jewel. Movie stars and magnates mingle with weekend clubbers in Mykonos Town’s warren of white-washed passages as casually as the shiny yachts bobbing on the surf next to the brightly painted fishing boats strung with yellow nets.

 

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SOUNIO

THE TEMPLE OF POSEIDON
It was the symbol of Athenian power and an important religious and maritime icon of ancient times. The views of sunset seen through the temple’s ruins are regarded as one of the most celebrated sights in all of Greece.

CITY OF ATHENS
  • Acropolis
  • Syntagma Square
  • Lycabettus Hill

ATHENS RIVIERA
Sounio, on the Athens Riviera, has long been the summer playground for elegant Athenians.  Fishing tavernas, scenic villages, hidden bays make it a favourite destination for all.

Marinas
The Athens coastline is host to a number of marinas where fantastic yachts line the piers. The marinas at Flisvos and Alimos have many outlets for drinks, ice creams or meals. 
Glyfada

This cosmopolitan Athenian suburb is well known for the exclusive boutiques for clothes and leather goods, full of street cafes and bars for a never-ending nightlife.

Yabanaki Beach, Varkiza
Yabanaki on the beautiful main beach of Varkiza has loads of activities and hot spots for all ages.

 

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KYLLINI

ANCIENT OLYMPIA
During classical times Olympia was the city of ilia best known as the area where the Olympic Games took place, the greatest athletic event of the then-Greek world.

THE FOLOI FOREST
The vast forest of Foloi is a fabulous place, famous for the myths and legends that are connected with it in local legend. It is considered the oldest European self-planted beech and oak forest and the biggest of the Balkans. The area is recognized as protected parkland by the NATURA 2000 network.

VLACHERNA MONASTERY
The monastery is located near Kyllini in a sensational landscape that strikes the visitor with its simplicity.The temple of the monastery is a blend of western as well as eastern architectural elements.

RIVER NEDA
One of the few rivers of Greece that still offer an environment so virgin and untouched by human activity.

THE TEMPLE OF APOLLO EPICURUS
The temple is considered one of the best preserved classic monuments all over Greece, and easily takes the first place in the Peloponnese, for the beauty and harmony of its structure.

NAFPAKTOS
A special city with rich cultural inheritance and incomparable natural beauty, also famous for the rich cultural and artistic activity, as well as for its intense night life, which satisfies even the most demanding expectations.
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CRETE

THE MINOAN PALACES
Palace of Knossos

5km south of Heraklion. It is impossible to visit Crete without touring the Palace of Knossos, the pre-eminent Minoan settlement and one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world. Discovered in the late 1870s by Minos Kalokerinos, it was excavated by Sir Arthur Evans for 30 years and is linked through Cretan myths with King Minos, son of Zeus and Europa.

Phaistos (Festos)
62 km south of Heraklio. The second largest city of Minoan Crete is built on a hill 100 m above sea level, in the fertile valley of Messara. Since 1900, continuous archaeological excavations from the Italian Archaeological School, have brought to light the magnificent Minoan Palace with its royal courts, great staircases, theatre, storerooms and the famous Phaistos disk.


AGRECO FARM
Delving deep into Cretan tradition, Agreco, a fairytale traditional farm, has revived centuries-old organic farming practices in a unique expression of Greek ‘philoxenia’, or hospitality. The complex includes a church, a village square and store. The farm highlight is the mini-zoo!


MUSEUM OF ANCIENT ELEUTHERNA
Three decades of excavations at Eleutherna have revealed a plethora of insights into ancient Greek daily life from the Iron Age to Byzantium. The secrets of Eleutherna that were uncovered by archaeologists from all over the world and headed by Professor Nikolaos Stampolidis of the University of Crete are unique.
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CORFU TOWN

Corfu Town itself is a contrasting combination of old and new that exist side by side in perfect harmony offering something for every taste. An abundance of sandy and pebbled beaches line the 200 km coastline, as does the clear blue water, ideal for swimming and water sports. Exploration of the island rewards visitors with some of the most spectacular scenery and breathtaking views. A trip into the heart of the islands villages offers insight into the traditional Corfiot village life. In some places, time seems to have stood still and everyday life carries on much as it had for hundreds of years.

ACHILLEION PALACE & MON REPOS
The Achilleion Palace; the luxurious villa of Princess Sissy now as a museum and the Mon Repos Palace estate built in 1824.

KANONI-MOUSE ISLAND & GOUVIA MARINA
World famous Kanoni-Mouse Island (Pontikonisi) and perhaps the trademarks of the island and Gouvia Marina the first privately owned.

DANILIA PARK & MUSEUM
Danilia, a unique replica of a traditional Corfiot village, the perfect setting for your next celebration.

PAXOS & ANTIPAXOS
A day-cruise to Paxos & Antipaxos should not be missed. The islands are the ideal place for those who love to sail, swim from the rare rock formations or trek through the olive groves. Totally unspoilt and wild and feature truly stunning beaches with crystal clear waters.

On the western coast of mainland Greece, Parga enjoys the auras and the sunrise of the Ionian sea from the majestic view of her castle.
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