North Greece, your client´s next stop?

Greece is famous for its sunny, Mediterranean climate, ancient past, many island destinations, and great Greek food! 

Athens, the sprawling capital, is one of the world's oldest cities, with a recorded history dating back to the first millennium BC. The Acropolis and Parthenon are on everyone's must-see list, and the National Archaeological Museum is great for those wishing to learn more.

One of many island destinations in Greece is Corfu. Previously ruled by the Venetians and British, and occupied by the Italians and Germans, and the cultural heritage is reflected in the cityscape. Northwest of Corfu is the three, beautiful Diapontian Islands worth a day trip.

Mykonos is an island popular as a party destination with many seaside bars and clubs. Away from the beaches, the 16th-century Kato Mili windmills, located at the top of the town offer a great view of Mykonos town and harbour, and visiting the neighbouring island of Dragonisi is very special.

Santorini island is known for its whitewashed, blue-domed buildings in Fira and Oia, the two largest towns on the island. The well-preserved ruins of Ancient Thera are worth visiting as well as the Akrotiri, a Bronze Age settlement on the island that offers a glimpse into the early lives of the Minoan civilisation. The Perissa and Kamari beaches are very popular while Vlichada Beach is less busy and backdropped by amazing sandstone cliffs.