Where to Stay in Greece → 8 AMAZING Spots for Your Visit

The Acropolis of Athens on a sunny day, showcasing the Parthenon and other ruins, with a view of the city in the background.

Ancient history, stunning beaches, blue caves, olive groves, and mouth-watering food are just some of the things that make Greece such a desirable destination, which makes deciding where to stay in Greece a bit tricky. 

I’ve been to Greece more times than I can count and came back fascinated every time. So, I can give you advice on the must-visit spots and help you plan an unforgettable holiday. 

Even though there are many places in Greece worth visiting, I narrowed down my selection to 8 destinations, with Santorini taking the top spot. This is one of the best Greek islands to enjoy gorgeous sandy beaches, traditional Greek food, and stunning sea views.

For each of the 8 areas I’m recommending, I manually checked almost all hotels out there for each destination and handpicked the very best. As you’ll see, they’re organized in price categories, so there’s something for every type of traveler. 

You won’t go wrong no matter where you choose to stay, but for all of the destinations I’m recommending, you have to make a hotel reservation in advance. All of these destinations are very popular, and hotels are quick to sell out, so be sure to secure your spot!

Quick Picks for Your Stay

Here are the best places to stay in Santorini, Greece:

Watch my video, it will give you a visual explanation of all the areas:

Here’s a map of all the areas of Greece I recommend in this post: 

1. Santorini – where to stay in Greece for the first time

Iconic white buildings with blue domes in Oia, Santorini, overlooking the Aegean Sea under a bright blue sky.

Santorini is probably the most popular Aegean Island, recognizable for its whitewashed buildings with deep-blue roofs – the perfect backdrop for your photos. It’s romantic and magical and provides the quintessential Greek experience. In order to reach Santorini, you can take direct flights or one of the ferry routes from Athens.

Start your explorations with a visit to Fira, the capital and main town in Santorini. Move on to Oia and the Santorini caldera, i.e., the remnants of an old volcano. 

Santorini is the perfect spot for couples, as it boasts plenty of romantic restaurants where you can enjoy delicious food and wine while watching stunning sunsets set over the Aegean sea. So, if you’re still on the hunt for honeymoon destinations, add Santorini to your list!And if you’re the type of traveler looking for unique accommodation, I’m sure you’ll love these amazing Santorini cave hotels, but also check out my other recommendations below.

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Greece: an elegant cliffside suite with a private outdoor jacuzzi overlooking the sea, minimalist and cozy indoor seating areas with natural light, and a serene bedroom with simplistic decor.

This gorgeous hotel boasts uniquely decorated suites with panoramic views of the sea and the volcano, as well as private plunge pools and hot tubs. You can sip on drinks at the bar, have a romantic dinner at the restaurant overlooking the volcano, and in the morning, a very good breakfast will be waiting for you.

Other accommodation options in Santorini

Luxurious resort pool with a palm tree on a bright day in Mykonos, overlooking the serene blue ocean.

This hotel offers an outdoor pool with a bar, spacious rooms, an airport shuttle, and free parking

Modern cafe interior with colorful furniture, trendy decor, and a welcoming atmosphere.

Antonia Hotel has a swimming pool, a restaurant, comfortable rooms, and free Wi-Fi, and it provides easy beach access

Quaint balcony with blue chairs overlooking the Aegean Sea in Santorini, capturing the essence of Greek island tranquility.

This Airbnb features a unique sea view from the balcony and has traditionally decorated rooms with great amenities

Things to do in Santorini

  • Treat yourself to a luxury catamaran day trip
  • Watch the sunset in Oia
  • Admire the Akrotiri archeological site
  • Visit the stunning black sand Kamari Beach (map)

2. Mykonos – the ultimate place to stay in Greece for nightlife

Traditional Greek windmill in Mykonos against a clear blue sky, with a panoramic view of the island's white buildings.

Mykonos is part of the Cyclades Islands and can be reached with a 3-hour ferry ride from Athens and Santorini or a direct flight to Mykonos Airport. It’s no secret that Mykonos is the party capital of Greece; the nightlife scene is bustling with countless dance clubs and beach bars, so get ready to party all night, every night!

If you’re looking for a place to party, the top 2 Mykonos clubs you shouldn’t overlook are the Skandinavian Bar Mykonos, which hosts 4 different parties every night, and Super Paradise Beach Club, an amazing beach club and a great choice for a daytime party! 

However, you’ll also need something to do during the day! Start by heading to the beautiful Mykonos Town to see the iconic windmills (map). Then, pick one of the many nice beaches to enjoy some crystal clear water – I recommend checking out Agios Stefanos Beach (map). Mykonos provides an endless choice of party spots and restaurants, so you’ll have a new place to explore every night – it’s the ideal place for friends on a fun vacation. And you won’t be disappointed by the accommodation either, as there’s everything from fantastic Mykonos resorts to cute budget hotels. As usual, my top recommendations are featured below.

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Greece: a stylish outdoor lounge area with a view of white buildings and a cruise ship, a modern bedroom with balcony overlooking the sea, and a quaint poolside nestled among vibrant plants and traditional architecture.

This 5-star hotel features 2 private pools, a spa, and comfortable rooms with marble bathrooms and French windows that open up to stunning sea views. Hotel guests can enjoy a delicious buffet breakfast by the pool and spend their days sipping cocktails in the pool bar. 

Other accommodation options in Mykonos

Infinity pool at a beachside hotel with a view of the Mykonos coastline and ocean

This adults-only hotel has rooms with private balconies overlooking the sea and offers complimentary breakfast and car and bike rentals

Traditional white Greek house with blue shutters and a clear sky above

The rooms at this hotel are air-conditioned, with private bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi access

Bright and airy bedroom with a mint green bedspread and open balcony doors leading to a view of the city.

This Airbnb has an amazing terrace with a panoramic sea view, beautifully decorated rooms, and free parking

Things to do in Mykonos

  • Grab a bite to eat at Local Mykonos
  • Visit the windmills
  • Head to Armenistis lighthouse (map) to watch the sunset
  • Check out Little Venice
  • Go on a guided tour to the nearby Delos Island and its archeological site

3. Athens – the top spot for history buffs

Bustling square in Athens with a view of the Acropolis in the distance and Monastiraki Mosque in the foreground.

Athens is the capital city of Greece and an amazing place to learn about Greek culture, enjoy the nightlife, and do some island hopping – you can visit some of the Saronic Gulf Islands like Hydra and Aegina. Athens is a top destination for a getaway to Greece and a must-visit, in my opinion– you’ll enjoy the lively atmosphere and many archeological sites. 

The impressive ancient ruins of the Acropolis of Athens and the Parthenon will greet you as soon as you arrive in Athens. Other historical sites you should visit are the Temple of Olympian Zeus (map) and the National Archaeological Museum, but there are plenty of other amazing things to do in Athens!

It’s so much fun to discover the streets of Athens on foot! You’ll come across everything from great vegan restaurants to gyro spots and, of course, many mouthwatering pastry shops! Food is definitely one of the best ways to get to know Greek culture, so I suggest you try moussaka, souvlaki, and tzatziki – the staples of Greek cuisine!

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Greece: a luxurious living room with bold blue furnishings and artwork, a comfortable bedroom with unique fabric headboard and a scenic view from the balcony, and an intimate dining setting with a backdrop of ancient ruins.

The best hotel in central Athens, offering an amazing Acropolis view, a rooftop pool with a waterfall effect, and a sun terrace from where you can enjoy the city views. The hotel restaurant is situated on the top floor and offers gourmet dining and spectacular views, and guests can also order room service 24/7.

Other accommodation options in Athens

Balcony table set with fruit and wine overlooking a lush garden

All rooms at this 3-star hotel are elegantly decorated and have private balconies, soundproof windows, and air conditioning

Contemporary hotel room with a blue accent wall, large bed, and seating area by a wide window.

This hotel has comfortable rooms with modern amenities, free wifi, an airport shuttle, and easy access to the popular attractions

Covered outdoor balcony with wooden furniture and potted plants overlooking an urban area.

A 1-bedroom apartment boasts a large balcony overlooking the Acropolis, a kitchen, and a workstation

Things to do in Athens

  • Learn more about ancient Greek history at the Acropolis Museum
  • Stroll around the Technopolis City of Athens
  • Visit the Ancient Agora of Athens (map)
  • Wander through the charming Plaka neighborhood

4. Crete – the best spot for a beach vacation

Aerial view of Agios Nikolaos port with colorful buildings and boats moored in Crete, Greece.

If you are dreaming of a serene atmosphere and turquoise-colored waters, you are at the right place! Crete is the largest Greek island and a port city with many cruise lines that make it accessible from other islands on the Aegean Sea and Athens. If boats aren’t your thing, don’t worry; you can also take a plane.

Crete has so many beaches – you can stay for a month and still not get a chance to explore all of them! However, my top 2 Crete beaches are Falassarna Beach (map), a stunning sandy beach, and Balos Beach (map), which can only be reached by boat or by hiking – but totally worth it! 

Besides beaches, Crete has an amazing Old Town, home to the Venetian Fortezza Castle (map). Other essential things to explore in Crete are Heraklion, the island’s capital, and Chania, a lovely port town with tons of restaurants. 

The island is quite big, so my best advice if you’re going to Crete is – plan a longer trip. Stay at least a week to get to know Cretan culture and visit some gorgeous beaches; I promise you won’t be bored!

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Greece: a sophisticated restaurant interior with glamorous lighting, a welcoming bedroom with wooden accents and a balcony view of the harbor, and a tranquil rooftop pool area with sweeping views of the coastline and parasol-shaded loungers.

The hotel is in a perfect location overlooking the Venetian harbor and features a rooftop plunge pool, a fully-equipped fitness center, and a fine dining restaurant. Guests can relax in the lounge that boasts a TV corner and a library, but they’ll also benefit from free parking, room service, and an incredible breakfast.

Other accommodation options in Crete

Elegant hotel room with a neutral color scheme, large bed, floor-to-ceiling windows, and modern furnishings.

The hotel offers modern rooms with a nice view, an on-site bar, an airport shuttle, and luggage storage space

Secluded hotel pool area with sun loungers, umbrellas, and lush greenery providing privacy.

An adults-only hotel with an outdoor hot tub, a pool, comfortable rooms, and an on-site restaurant

Rustic terrace with wooden furniture and a parasol overlooking the sea and a lush garden.

A 1-bedroom apartment with a fully furnished kitchen, living area, and a large terrace with a sea view

Things to do in Crete

  • Try a water sport like scuba diving or sea kayaking at Platanias Beach (map)
  • Visit one of the olive groves on the island and try authentic olive oil
  • Spend a few hours at the Heraklion Archaeological Museum
  • Pay a visit to Knossos Palace (map), a royal palace from the Bronze age

5. Rhodes – where to stay in Greece for foodies

Medieval fortress on a hill overlooking the white buildings of Lindos village and a serene blue bay in Rhodes, Greece.

Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese Islands and has a big ferry port that enables access from islands such as Mykonos and Santorini. But again, you can also take a plane from Athens if you prefer. Once you arrive, you’ll feel like you went back in time and landed in a fairytale – the atmosphere is magical!

This island offers the best historical sightseeing opportunities, so those of you who want to get to know Greek history and admire well-preserved medieval architecture, all while enjoying the beautiful beaches should definitely add Rhodes to your travel itinerary!

In Rhodes Town, you will be impressed by the cobblestone streets surrounded by archaeological sites and castles. The Medieval City of Rhodes is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-visit, especially The Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes (map) and the Acropolis of Rhodes (map)! 

What many people may not know is that Rhodes has a very unique cuisine! Here, you’ll find all the traditional Greek dishes, but you’ll also get a chance to try some dishes specific to Rhodes, such as pitaroudia and tahinopita. If you’re looking for restaurant recommendations, my best one would be Niohori Restaurant (map) – the food is authentic and delicious!

And of course, you absolutely have to visit one of the beautiful beaches to enjoy swimming and snorkeling in the crystal clear water. If you’re based in Rhodes Town, I highly recommend checking out Elli Beach (map). 

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Greece: a luxurious bedroom featuring rustic wood furnishings and a unique round mirror, an alfresco shower area illuminated by string lights at dusk, and a relaxing spa bathtub and double sinks in a spacious bathroom with natural textures.

This adults-only hotel has a very central location in Rhodes Town and offers beautifully decorated rooms, a terrace, and concierge services. There is a great wine bar inside the hotel where you can taste a good selection of wines and dishes from Greek and Mediterranean cuisine.

Other accommodation options in Rhodes

Modern bedroom with taupe walls, a large comfortable bed with white linens, and a minimalist decor.

A beachfront hotel with modern rooms and an on-site bar, offering airport transfers and motorbike and car hire

Spacious rooftop terrace with a jacuzzi, comfortable seating, and potted plants under a wooden pergola.

This hotel features beautifully decorated rooms, a garden, a bar, and free private parking, plus continental and American breakfast

Stylish living room with a contemporary design, including a plush sofa, modern lighting, and a balcony with a view.

This 2-bedroom apartment offers stunning sea views and has a fully equipped kitchen and comfortable living space

Things to do in Rhodes

  • Spend a day at the beach or in the spa at Kallithea Springs (map)
  • Venture to Lindos and visit the Lindos Acropolis (map)
  • Take a speedboat day trip to the nearby Symi Island

6. Corfu – the best Greek island for outdoor activities

Aerial view of the old Venetian fortress in Corfu, surrounded by the Ionian Sea and the city's historical architecture.

If you want to visit an Island that not only has stunning beaches but also has hiking trails and charming traditional villages surrounded by olive trees, you will love Corfu! Located off the West Coast of Greece, Corfu is the second-largest island among the Ionian islands and can be reached by plane or ferry from other Ionian islands. 

The first thing you should do here is to discover the amazing streets of Corfu Town with so many colorful historic buildings, churches, and nice cafes. The main highlight of this charming town is the Old Fortress of Corfu (map), an impressive 15th-century fortress. Feeling hot? Go down to Faliraki Beach (map) and take a dip in the crystal water! 

Of course, we can’t forget the outdoor lovers. You should definitely hike Mount Pantokrator as it offers incredibly scenic views, and make sure to pay a visit to the surrounding villages. Finally, I’d recommend taking a day trip to one of the other Ionian islands, such as charming little Paxos, Kefalonia, or Zakynthos. 

TIP: if you land in Thessaloniki and you’re going to Igoumenitsa to catch the ferry to Corfu, make a stop in Ioannina, a lovely city nestled in the Greek mountains. The nature here is breathtaking, so it’s definitely worth spending a little time here. 

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Greece: a serene bedroom with a large painting above the bed and balcony overlooking the sea, a contemporary bathroom with standalone tub and dual vanities, and a private pool with deck chairs facing a stunning ocean view.

This 5-star hotel has an epic infinity pool overlooking the volcano, a private beach area, luxurious rooms with Ionian sea views, a fitness center, and an upscale spa. You will love the breakfast with a great selection of fresh products, and you can have cocktails by the pool while watching the amazing scenery.

Other accommodation options in Corfu

Minimalist bedroom with a white color scheme, a large bed under an artistic light fixture, and a wooden staircase.

This hotel offers comfortable rooms with modern amenities and free Wi-Fi and is within walking distance of the beach

Hotel pool with a view of the Ionian Sea, surrounded by loungers and parasols, with guests enjoying the sun.

These spacious apartments are simply furnished and feature a balcony, a kitchenette, and a private bathroom

Cozy and rustic living space with a white sofa, wooden coffee table, and an open kitchenette in the background.

This Airbnb offers accommodation in a traditional Greek house, with a fully furnished kitchen and a terrace

Things to do in Corfu

7. Thessaloniki – the top spot for budget travelers

Sunset view of the White Tower of Thessaloniki, a historic fortress and museum, with the cityscape and waterfront promenade.

If you’re looking for a place to stay in Greece on a budget, Thessaloniki is the ultimate destination. Situated in mainland Greece, this is the country’s second-largest city, known for its vibrant atmosphere, cool cafes, and historical monuments. Thessaloniki has an airport, and most people arrive here and start exploring the city as soon as they land. 

Thessaloniki’s main landmark is the White Tower, an old Ottoman fortress that houses an interactive exhibition and provides amazing views over the city and the Thessaloniki port. After your visit to the tower, stroll along the seafront promenade and look out for Aristotelous Square (map), the focal point of the city. 

Other things to check out are the Arch of Galerius (map), the Holy Church of Hagia Sophia (map), and the Atatürk Museum, but there’s plenty more to explore. I can guarantee that after your trip is over, you’ll want to come to this amazing city. 

And lastly, one of my favorite things about staying in Thessaloniki is the fact that you can visit many other destinations. It’s very easy to plan a day trip to destinations such as the Halkidiki peninsula with its gorgeous beaches, the famous Mount Olympus, the Pozar Thermal Baths, and many, many more. 

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Greece: a rooftop hotel view showcasing curved architecture and dining areas, a bright bedroom with modern amenities and large windows, and a relaxing poolside with wooden loungers under the clear blue sky.

Situated in the heart of Thessaloniki, on the famous Aristotelous Square, this 5-star hotel represents the height of luxury, with a pool inside and outside, an amazing spa center, and a rooftop restaurant overlooking the sea. Each of the rooms features wooden floors, wood furniture, luxurious curtains, and marble bathrooms, but guests can also relax in the British-style lounge. 

Other accommodation options in Thessaloniki

Modern hotel lobby with large windows, a variety of plants, and eclectic seating including a hanging egg chair.

A 3-star hotel close to major attractions with eclectic design, an on-site gift shop, and bike hire

Twin bedroom with a simple design, featuring two beds with patterned throws and a night lamp.

Offering modern rooms with private balconies, air conditioning, and free Wi-Fi, this hotel is close to many museums and restaurants

Private balcony with white railings, outdoor furniture, and artificial grass, offering a city view.

This newly renovated 1-bedroom apartment boasts a queen-sized bed and has a small functional kitchen and a lovely balcony

Things to do in Thessaloniki

8. Naxos – one of the best Greek island to stay for families

Coastal view of the whitewashed town of Naxos near the rocky shore with waves breaking, under a clear blue sky.

Naxos is the largest of the Cyclades Islands and can be reached by plane from Athens or by ferry from other islands in the Aegean Sea, like Paros or Mykonos. Naxos has a very laid-back vibe that is perfect for families. On this island, you’ll find family-friendly beaches and fun attractions for all ages.

There are so many nice sandy beaches in Naxos with shallow waters where you can enjoy various water sports. I can tell that it will be difficult to pick one of many nice pristine beaches, but my personal favorites are Agios Prokopios Beach (map) and Mikri Vigla Beach (map). 

In the afternoon, go for a stroll in the old town, check out nice local shops, and have a delicious meal with a nice view. Leave some time in your busy schedule to discover the cultural museums and historical churches in the main town of Naxos.

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Greece: a balcony with a traditional pergola overlooking white-washed buildings, a naturally lit bathroom with a stone basin and a walk-in shower, and a minimalistic bedroom with built-in shelves and a comfortable bed.

This hotel features a large swimming pool, family-friendly rooms, a sun terrace, and free wifi. The breakfast is good enough to satisfy even the picky eaters, and the town’s best restaurants are within walking distance. All of the hotel rooms have an amazing interior design, and you can enjoy a beautiful view from your private balcony.

Other accommodation options in Naxos

Comfortable and stylish bedroom with a large bed, white brick feature wall, and a vibrant orchid.

The hotel features spacious rooms with a spa bath, free airport shuttle, an on-site bar, and free Wi-Fi

Inviting outdoor seating area with wicker chairs and a white table set against an arched window with a view of greenery.

Providing comfortable rooms with a private balcony and kitchen, this hotel is a short walk away from many local restaurants

Neat and functional kitchenette with white cabinets, large wall clock, and a small dining area.

A lovely 2-storey apartment with 1 bedroom and a common area where more people can sleep

Things to do in Naxos

  • Explore Naxos Town (Chora) and the Kastro castle 
  • Pay a visit to the Temple of Apollo (map)
  • Explore the iconic Portara
  • Book a highlights bus tour of Naxos
  • Check out the Apollonas Kouros monument (map)
☀️ Best time to go:Summer
📍 Best area:Santorini
🏝️ Best island:Crete
👩‍❤️‍👨 Most romantic stay:Santorini
👪 Best area for families:Naxos
🏨 Top family accommodation:Majestique of Naxos
🛎️ Best luxury hotel:Aqua Luxury Suites
👛 Best budget hotel:Antonia Hotel

Getting to know the Greek Islands

Colorful boathouses in the fishing village of Klima on Milos Island, with traditional boats moored in the clear blue water.

Mainland Greece has plenty to offer, but the Greek Islands are what attract most travelers.

To give you a geographical idea on which islands are located together and maybe throw some ideas for lesser known ones, I decided to also group them geographically

Here are top 5 most popular islands in each group:

  • The Cyclades Islands – Santorini, Mykonos, Naxos, Ios, and Milos
  • The Saronic Gulf Islands – Aegina, Poros, Hydra, Agistri, and Salamis
  • The Ionian Islands – Corfu, Zakynthos, Kefalonia, Lefkada, and Paxos
  • The Sporades Islands – Skiathos, Skopelos, Skyros, and Alonissos (with the National Marine Park)
  • The Northeast Aegean Islands – Thasos, Chios, Samothrace, Ikaria, and Lesbos
  • The Dodecanese Islands – Rhodes, Symi, Leros, Patmos, and Halki

You may have noticed that I don’t mention Crete in any of these island groups. Well, that’s because Crete doesn’t belong to any of these groups – it’s such a big island that it’s always considered on its own! 

Finally, I wanted to talk about some Greek Islands to avoid, although nearly all of them are very safe and pleasant. Unless you are a real big party animal, I would avoid Kos since there’s a lot of partying, and people tend to get reckless. Also, Skyros is a bit remote and there’s not too much to do – so it is only good for those looking to go “off the grid”. 

And if you’re traveling on a budget, skip Santorini in the high season; you can always visit in October – you’ll get warm weather, and the island is just as breathtaking! 

FAQs about where to stay in Greece

Quaint harbor scene with traditional Greek fishing boats moored alongside a seafront lined with blue tables and chairs.

🏝️ Which is the nicest Greek island to visit?

The ultimate Greek island to visit is Santorini, with its trademark whitewashed buildings and cute seaside tavernas. The top hotels in Santorini are Aqua Luxury Suites and Anemomilos

✨ What is the best city to stay in Greece?

Athens is the best city to stay in Greece, seeing as it’s the capital, has a very rich history, and offers plenty of attractions. Some of the best places to stay in Athens are Electra Metropolis and Adrian Hotel.

🤩 What is the most beautiful part of Greece?

The Cycladic islands on the East Coast of Greece are the most popular islands and some of the most beautiful spots in the country – think Santorini and Mykonos. 

⛱️ Where do tourists stay in Greece?

Some of the coolest places to stay in Greece are the islands of Crete, Santorini, and Rhodes, as well as the capital, Athens

🛎️ What are the best luxury hotels in Greece?

Some of the best upscale hotels in Greece are Electra Metropolis in Athens, Semeli Hotel
In Mykonos, and The Romanos, a Luxury Collection Resort in the Messinia region. 

🤔 How far in advance should I book a trip to Greece?

The peak season for the Greek Isles starts in June and ends in September, so if you want to travel in this period, you have to make your reservation at least 3 months in advance.

⏲️ Where to stay in Greece for a week?

If you want to stay in Greece for a whole week, consider places like Athens, Santorini, or Crete because they have a rich history and boast some stunning landscapes. 

🥇 Where should I go for the first time in Greece?

The best destination for first-timers in Greece is Santorini, as it’s perfect for an island getaway, but Athens is also a good choice if you want to immerse yourself in Greek culture.


Nighttime view of the illuminated hillside town of Oia in Santorini, with houses and pools glowing under the starry sky.

I hope I convinced you that Greece is a must-visit destination and that my blog post on where to stay in Greece will help you plan the perfect Greek getaway. 

You’ve probably already chosen one of the Greek islands or cities and already found your perfect hotel. But just in case you didn’t, here are my absolute 2 favorite hotels in Greece: 

  • Aqua Luxury Suites – I love the unique decorations at this hotel and the lovely little pools overlooking the sea
  • Anemomilos – I appreciate the great pool and the stunning views of the volcano

I would like to remind you that it’s very important to make an early reservation because Greece is a popular destination, and the best hotels are filling up months in advance.

I’m sure you’ll have an unforgettable time in Greece, but if you have any questions about traveling to Greece, leave them in the comments section – I’ll be more than happy to answer!

Have an amazing holiday,


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