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Greece

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What is Greece to you?

Whitewashed villages perched on top of picturesque islands surrounded by crystal blue sea and caressed by the cool breeze of the Aegean Sea.
Delicious traditional food prepared with love and fresh ingredients.
Long sunny days spent walking around ancient ruins which still breathe history and have a million tales to share.
Warm sweet nights filled with laughter, passionate talk and dancing with friends until dawn.
Fascinating cities where cultural events walk hand in hand with bustling nightlife.

Greece is all of this and a lot more. Let us take you on a trip to our beautiful country. From the most famous destinations to the ones that still remain well kept secrets.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the best Greece has to offer like a local.

The first things that come to mind when one plans a trip to Greece are Athens and the Islands. Perhaps Meteora, too. However, Greece is so much more than just these super popular destinations. Mainland Greece is so diverse and it boasts an impressively large number of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. One of these gems is Ioannina, a vibrant university city which is packed with history and charms. Although pleasant all year round, it is in winter that Ioannina city becomes utterly seductive. Wondering why? Here’s our complete guide on what to do in Ioannina in winter that will definitely make you dream of this quaint laid-back city in mainland Greece.

Greece may be a very small country but it’s full of wonders. Mostly famous for its beaches, our country’s other natural treasures should not go unnoticed. For instance, caves in Greece, although scarce, are breathtakingly beautiful. Each of them hides a unique little world of impressive natural sculptures that date back to millions of years.

Before visiting Elafonisos Greece for the first time, we didn’t think much of it, to be honest. You see, when we think of summer vacation in Greece, our minds drift to some small island in the Aegean Sea. One of those windswept rock formations with whitewashed houses perched on cliff sides. The kind of island you need to spend a minimum of six long hours on board a ferry before you can swim into its deep blue waters.