Cities for Vegetarian in Greece
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- 1Greece5 reviews
Naxos Town is ful of life - in the center around the paralia. I loved the castro. narrow alleys, small shops and between the houses of locals. But you also find romantic and quiet places. There are no big Hotels as you know from other countries. All hotels are white/blue or white/brown and always classy. The city-beach is verry varied. ...
- 2Greece278 reviews
Athens, it is said, sprung out of a contest between the Greek gods Poseidon and Athena as to who would be the patron of the village. While Poseidon rammed his staff to the ground and brought out a spring of unpalatable salt water, Athena gave the citizens an olive tree, which symbolized peace, victory and most of all gave them ...
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- 3Greece34 reviews
Rhodes was my favorite stop when I went to Greece last year. The town is beautiful, there are great beaches, nice shopping, and lots of historical sites to visit.
- 4Greece61 reviews
This city is the largest in Northern Greece. The vibe is very different than Athens, it is more laid back and visually nicer. The promenade is the highlight with restaurants and cafes dotting the landscape. A great city to explore by foot.
- 5Greece27 reviews
This is the city from which all post cards have originated. Beautiful and far surpasses the photos. This is a place you must see with your own eyes and experience with all 5 senses.
- 6Greece29 reviews
One of the best vacations we ever had!!! Stayed in Sidari and had fun - Corfu is a beautiful island!
- 7Greece9 reviews
This is a very gorgeous part of Saanto Rini. Its one of the white clifs and offers everything that Oia offers at four times the price.. . You can see the sunset here. This is the highest cliff so sunset views are amazing. Its a tad bit more windy than rest of the island. It has soo many family owned ...
- 8Greece52 reviews
Everything is so lovely, so nice!! All the best scenes here~
- 9Greece17 reviews
Its a regular town on the islands with soem acativity around the port.
- 10Greece19 reviews
deadly loved our trip there ...myself and daughter rachel
- 11Greece17 reviews
Fantastic for shopping little alley ways of shops leading in to a bizare market.Restaurants are plentiful.Catch the ferry to Bodrum in Turkey for the day and very cheap shops.
- 12Greece30 reviews
This is the best part of this island. Has some pretty bylanes. Local Tavernas. some quiet beaches. Very picturesque.
- 13Greece5 reviews
This is the least expensive part of Santorini that exists. If you are on a budget but still want to explore this beautiful island then this is the area to be in. Lots of restaurants and the Black Sand Beaches are amazing! You actually can stay in a comfortable 3 star hotel in this area that would be the same ...
- 14Greece25 reviews
The hottest gay club on Mykonos Island, no doubt. Gets hot at around 23:00 every day except Saturday. Saturdays are hot around 00:30. Super expensive drinks. Daiquiris are amazing there.
- 15Greece2 reviews
Un posto da cui e' difficile andare via!
- 16Greece23 reviews
Lindos is probably the most popular resort on the island of Rhodes, located on the east coast at about 47 km from the island’s capital (50 km from the airport) . The village, once the capital of the island, today is an attractive holiday resort evolving around the picturesque, whitewashed, preserved medieval village, topped with a fortified ancient Acropolis, reached ...
- 17Greece25 reviews
It's a long trip from Athens, but next to Kalambaka is a string of monasteries that seem surreal. They are perched in impossible locations on massive granite columns. There are six monasteries: St. Nicolas of Anapavsa, Roussanou, Varlaam, Holy Trinity, Stefanos, and the grandest of all, Transformation (or Metamorphosis). It is Yosemite with monasteries. Next to Kalambaka is a string ...
- 18Greece3 reviews
Chora is a picturesque town on the small island of Folegandros in the southern Cyclades. The cliffside, medieval town is closed off to traffic, making it a peaceful place to wander, though it would be very difficult to get lost. Chora is filled with small white buildings, beautiful flowers, tiny churches, and numerous tavernas. At night, the center of town ...
- 19Greece3 reviews
Plaka, the capital of the Cyclades island of Milos, is a small hillside town. The view of the Gulf of Milos from town is stunning. Buses connect Plaka to Adamas, the port. In Plaka, you will find a folk and an archaeological museum.
- 20Greece21 reviews
Heraklion is the largest city on the island of Crete. The main airport and the the largest port are also here. It isn't as picturesque as Chania. It is chaotic, loud and the beaches just aren't as nice. In all fairness if you drive about an hour out of this city you will reach the most affluent part of the ...