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Visit some of Greece’s UNESCO World Heritage sites. Rhodes Town and Corfu’s Old Town are fascinating mazes of cobbled streets and pretty squares, and the ancient landmarks of Athens’ Acropolis, plus the archaeological sites of Delphi, Mystras, and Olympia are all must-see attractions.
Take a foodie tour and try all the exciting dishes that Greece has to offer. Greek olives, moussaka, dolmades and kebabs are all readily available in most cafés and restaurants. Pick a traditional Greek tavern for the most classic cuisine.
Take a day trip to the island of Lefkada, best known for its incredible beaches and perfect conditions for water sports. Go surfing in the beautiful Vasiliki bay, or try kitesurfing on Ai Giannis beach. Most places in Greece offer water sports, but if you’re serious, Lefkada is where it’s at.
If you’re up for some sizzling nightlife, the towns of Malia in Crete, Laganas in Zante, and Faliraki on Rhodes are the places to go. Endless bars and all-night dancing are on the menu, but if you want an island of pure party, head to Ios, where the nightlife really heats up.
If you’re an active traveller, take a trek into the Samarian Gorge on Crete, one of the top places for hiking in the world. This 18km gorge has many routes perfect for any age or ability and boasts spectacular sights like the rare kri-kri, or Cretan goat.
The big resorts of Corfu sit alongside unspoilt beaches and lush, green landscapes. It also has its fair share of history and the archaeological museum in Corfu Town is well worth a visit. Even larger than Corfu is Kefalonia, which has escaped mass tourism and is worth visiting for its deserted beaches and pretty Venetian-style fishing villages, such as Fiscardo on the north-east coast. Crete’s north coast caters for the young, party-going crowds, whilst the south is quieter and less commercial. Here you'll find Hania, with its quaint harbour surrounded by higgledy-piggledy Venetian streets and a view of snow-capped mountains. Rhodes has the usual sandy beaches and mountains, but its most stunning attraction is the medieval old town that lies at the heart of its capital, Rhodes Town. The diversity of Greece makes for a fantastic holiday, whether you're looking for a relaxed beach holiday, an archaeological odyssey or a foodie's dream tour. There's simply something for everyone.