There are plenty of places that are worth seeing

Great weather, beautiful waters and awash with antiquity, it’s no wonder Greece is the destination of choice for a multitude of holidaymakers every year.

Halkidiki: Idyllically situated in the heart of the enchanting region of Macedonia in Greece.

Halkidiki is surrounded by stunning beaches with cyan crystalline waters and stretches of fine golden sand. From dream like private beaches in remote locations to fully organized beaches in lively resorts, Halkidiki offers a magical variety of beaches for discerning travelers seeking a beach haven for their holidays in Greece / Lindos: Lindos is a medieval village on the island of Rhodes that is made up of a network of cobbled streets amid whitewashed houses. Above the town rises the acropolis of Lindos, offering beautiful views of the surrounding harbors and coastline. Lindos beach and Saint Pauls beach are only a short distance from the town center. / Beaches of Crete: However picky you might be, there is a sunny pit to suit any taste on Crete. From secluded beaches with the softest of white sand and enchanting coves with glistening colored pebbles to vast stretches of sandy gold and rocky coastlines, there is anything a true sun-lounger can dream of. / Myrtos Beach: Located in the north-west of Kefalonia. It’s world popular tourist attractions for the magical colors of the water. The blue and turquoise colors of the sea contrast sharply with the bright white of the smooth marble pebbles of the beach. The steep mountains and tall cliffs behind Myrtos beach only add to its beauty. For all these reasons Myrtos has previously been voted 12 times as the best beach in Greece. / Lake Plastira: Want to see how the nature and the hands of a humble man have worked in a perfect unison to create an awe-inspiring view? If so, hit the artificial Thessaly Lake of Plastira. Immersed in oak and chestnut trees, it will soothe your senses with scenic views, rustling leaves and murmuring water. The resort offers endless action-packed opportunities for holidaymakers from rambling and horse riding to water sports including canoing or rafting. / Old Monemvasia: When you look at it from a distance, you could swear it's the Rock of Gibraltar. As a matter of fact, it is a medieval fortress-town of Monemvasia sprawling at the foot of a giant rock protruding from the depths of the sea and connected to the mainland by a 200 meter long causeway. Having witnessed both the splendor of Byzantine heyday and the drama of war, Monemvasia is a place where one inhales history and exhales admiration. / Island of Santorini: Atlantis legends, missing Minoans, a living volcanic legacy, swell sunsets, good local wine, fine restaurants, vampire stories, oodles of tourists. There's nothing like it. But rearrange your trip, cancel your tickets, do anything in your power to be able to arrive by sea, slowly crawling up the coast watching the banded cliffs of brown, black, and red crowned by snow-white tufa, a light lava which still clings to parts of the island like frosting on a cake. Signature site of the once-buried city of Akrotiri is under a tin roof, gets extraordinarily hot - go early in the day. The hotels carved into the cliff sides are not for those with vertigo. Looking for activity, bustle, lots of restaurant choices? Stay in Fira. Want more of a retreat but still with all the amenities? Stay in Oia./ Pelion:.Pelion is known as the garden of Greece. On the west side picturesque villages are set between shimmering olive groves whereas in east Pelion dense forests alternate with lush and carefully created terraced fruit orchards. The many waterways find their ways through waterfalls and gorges to meet the Sea in romantic little bays with amazing sandy beaches.This idyllic landscape has been famous for centuries for its sweet herbs and is the ancient home of the mythical centaurs of old Greece./ Corfu: Where the Venetians, the French and the British used to live. With the passage of time the island may have changed, but we can still feel the spirit of a distant glorious past . Its rich multi-cultural heritage, its historic monuments, its stunning natural landscape, its crystal clear seas, and its excellent weather all year round explain why Corfu is one of the most cosmopolitan Mediterranean destinations weaving a powerful spell on its visitors. / Kythira: The landscapes fill the sight with unique pictures. Rocky areas overgrown bushes, hills with pine trees, rugged coastlines, sandy beaches and turquoise waters, golden beaches, steep gorges, caves and ravines that lead to the blue waters of the sea, all the elements to create a harmonious coexistence of the heavenly image of Kythira.