Holidays in the hot destinations in Greece

Lassithi info The Prefecture of Lassithi lies at the easternmost end of the Crete, home to Agios Nikolaos, the resort of Elounda, and the island of Spinalonga. It covers an area of 1,818 sq km, and its population numbers around 72,000 inhabitants. The general impression is the same as in the rest of Crete - long sandy beaches, green valleys with small villages, and islets here and there in the…
Rethymno info Whatever you have heard of Crete comes true to its extreme when we speak of Rethymno Prefecture, where words reach their limits and the beauty can only be experienced. Rethymno is located in the centre of Crete between the counties of Chania and Heraklion. It is a very natural and mountainous part of Crete, and provides the ideal setting for rewarding holidays throughout the year. Scenic beauty, as well…
Chania info The prefecture of Chania is one of the four prefectures of Crete and it covers the west part of the island. It has an area of 2,376 sq. km. and approximately 134,000 residents. It is mainly a mountainous region but it is also characterized by velvet beaches, particularly on its south part, where it meets the Libyan Sea. The prefecture of Chania constitutes a special place, which offers amazing…
Heraklio info The prefecture of Heraklio, second from the right, covers an area of 2,011 sq.km. and lies between the prefectures of Rethymno and Lassithi. It is the most populated prefecture of Crete and its capital, the town of Heraklio, is the capital of the island. Other developed towns and villages are Agia Pelagia, Malia, Hersonissos, a very well organized summer resort, Epano Arhanes, Nea Alikarnassos, Myres and Agia Varvara.…
Kerkyra info Kerkyra is the northernmost island of the Ionian Islands and the westernmost part of Greece. It is located at the entrance of the Adriatic Sea close to the mainland coasts. Nearby islands are Paxi, Othonoi and Ereikousa. Kerkyra is the most popular island in the Ionian Sea; it is rich in natural beauty, also it has a great cultural heritage and a modern tourism infrastructure. It's the greenest…
Rodos info Rodos is the largest of the Dodecanese Islands with a population of 130,000 residents and is located near Karpathos, Symi and Chalki. Its geographical position contributed to the cultural and economic growth of the island in each historical period. Various cultures claimed sovereignty leaving their mark on the island.The city of Rodos is the capital of the island and of the Prefecture of the Dodecanese located at its…
Santorini info Santorini belongs to the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea, near Ios, Sikinos and Anafi. In fact, Santorini is an island group consisting of Fyra or Thira, Thirassia, Aspronissi, Old and New Kameni. It is distinguished by the volcano in the centre of the cluster. Fyra, perched on the edge of the caldera, is the capital of the island. Oia, to the north of Fyra, is renowned for…
Paros info The island of Paros covers an area of 195 km ² with a population of 12,853 residents. It is located between Naxos and Antiparos. It is one of the best loved tourist destinations in the Cyclades Islands and has maintained its local traditions. Serene landscape with fertile valleys and rolling hills dotted with small churches and monasteries, endless sandy beaches with sparkling blue waters, famous monuments from the…
Mykonos info The island of winds, as Mykonos is often called, belongs to the Cyclades islands and is found between Tinos and Naxos. The capital of island is Mykonos or Chora located on the western side of the island.Mykonos is without doubt the most famous island in Greece and a very popular destination. It owes this to its cosmopolitan character, its colourful night life, many beautiful beaches as well as…