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- 1Greece32 reviews
Gravia Island offers a private beach and is not often used! Rent a boat and spend the day on your own private island!
- 2Greece49 reviews
Nothing compares with it! Make your holidays unique!
- 3Greece5 reviews
For a long time I ignored Hydra because it was relatively close to Athens--it must be no good, I assumed. Silly me--I'd been overlooking one crucial detail. There are no cars allowed on the island. This has kept the development down to a very small scale, and keeps the place quiet. The main town (OK, there's really only one actual ...
- 4Greece274 reviews
Please, come to Greece. It was the most incredible place I went! It was always a dream to be in Athens, and for my pleasure, it was better than all my expectations!
- 5Greece106 reviews
Specialize in the planning, design and production of unforgettable - entirely tailor made - weddings, sensational wedding proposals, memorable wedding anniversaries, moving wedding vow renewals and stunning social gatherings right here in Santorini, the most romantic place in the whole wide world!
- 6Greece29 reviews
One of the best vacations we ever had!!! Stayed in Sidari and had fun - Corfu is a beautiful island!
- 7Greece56 reviews
Villa Maroulas villa rental by owner in Crete, a private traditional Luxury Villa of 540m2 5 bedrooms, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, giant screen, internet WIFI, full equipped for family, sea view, beach 3km, providing peace and tranquillity for all www.villamaroulas.com
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- 8Greece13 reviews
This is an ENORMOUS city. Heavily populated. Very historic. People are amazingly warm and hospitable given its country capital. Lotsa tavernas, cafes. What generally attracts you to the city is the attitude. Sunday night is here happy , relaxed and laid back. They dont mourn them as some of other cities. Poeple are genuinly interested din knowing about your countru/culture ...
- 9Greece8 reviews
Nowhere does beautiful blue water, dazzling white villages and cobalt skies quite like the Greeks. And besides, the way their economy is headed, they could do with as many big-spenders into town as possible. Chief among the high profile haunts are the islands of Santorini (with the opening this July of the slick Perivolas Hideaway hotly awaited) and Mykonos for ...
- 10Greece33 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.
- 11Greece50 reviews
If you love nightlife and have a large budget then go enjoy Mykonos properly! It has some of the best beaches,hotels and restaurants in all of Greece. The people watching is amazing! Dont forget to experience Paradise Beach and Super Paraidse Beach. You can only get to them by water taxi but If you want to club during the day ...
- 12Greece2 reviews
- 13Greece4 reviews
If you want to get away from everything and step back in time go visit Sifnos, the most beautiful traditional islands of the Cyclades. It has everything, beautiful beaches, tavernas, old monasteries, over 250 churches, great for walking and biking. It is not yet over run by commercialism but offers you the most beutiful white washed houses over an azure ...
- 14Greece2 reviews
- 15Greece61 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.
- 16Greece4 reviews
It is a very beautiful Country,Mostly are kind,people.Do not miss ATHENS,,,walk up steps that that Goddess Athena , Romans horses ,you are now on the highest point in the world, you are so high you can see forever. How I wish we could speak I could make you see and feel like you are truely there .But do not go ...
- 17Greece27 reviews
Have been here twice for R&R vacation. sun Luxury Hotel and Riding the Motorcycle around this small island.
- 18Greece25 reviews
I loved Mykonos Town. It's clean, the people are friendly, the streets aren't clustered and chaotic, and there's plenty to see. Numerous restaurants provide a bite to eat, while there are plenty of shops and attractions to fill the day.
- 19Greece26 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.
- 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 ...