Santorini with its charming white-washed, blue roofed houses, picturesque scenery and inviting locals has fast become a favourite with travellers wanting to absorb all this little Greek Island has to offer. Many that have travelled to the Island will state how this little gem of the Aegean has stolen their heart. Spend time on the volcanic beaches, take a walk through the beautiful villages, dine in the fine restaurants and take in the sunset at the end of the day.
If you are looking for beautiful beaches and the chance to see wildlife, you will be spoilt for choice in Zakynthos where the islands outstanding sandy shores regularly feature on international beach lists. One of the main draws to this island is the chance to see the endangered Caretta sea turtle and play a part in the conservation of this species. If you are looking for something a little more up-tempo Zakynthos is also one of the Greek islands biggest party spots. Zakynthos is a place that ticks all the boxes with so much to do you will never be bored.
Athens the capital of Greece has a history that dates back centuries to the heart of one of the world’s most powerful civilisations and empires. Today much of this history can been seen throughout the city in its architecture, museums and monuments such as the Parthenon and Temple of Zeus. So why not take a walk down the cobbled streets take in the sights, visit the shops, restaurants and soak up the Greek culture.
Olympia is in the hallowed valley of the god and known as the birthplace of the Olympic Games, it is still possible to see the ancient training grounds of the first Olympians. Olympia is also home to some of the best-preserved monuments on the Greek Islands the temples of Zeus and Hera due to their location remains much as they were when they were built. Olympia has many beautiful valleys that are perfect for hikers and mountain bike trailers whatever it is your looking for, you will find it in Greece.