- 21Greece7 reviews
I would recommend Zakynthos Island! It's a very nice place for holidays. The question is what would you prefer a busy or a quiet family place? My opinion is Tsilivi resort because of the 3 weeks holiday. It's near Zakynthos Town where you could spend alot of time! Also near Bohali hill where the view is fantastic! If you'd prefer ...
- 22Greece15 reviews
Mooi heel mooi
- 23Greece4 reviews
It's all about the beaches on this southern Cyclades island! With about 70 beaches and adorable towns, Milos is a perfect summer destination. The Venus de Milo was even originally found here, and today, you can explore Roman ruins...if you can tear yourself away from your perfect spot in the sand.
- 24Greece17 reviews
Great place to stay very nice people
- 25Greece4 reviews
One of the most picturesque islands in all of Greece. The beaches are stunning and even at the height of the tourist season it doesn't feel crowded or commercial.
- 26Greece9 reviews
In the UK we call the island Cephalonia, whilst others call it Kefalonia. The island came to international prominence following the publication of Louis de Berniere's novel Captain Correlli's Mandolin, which was filmed on the island. The scenery is stunning. The island is perfect for touring with a moped/car, as the individual town's are rather small, and there isn't a ...
- 27Greece32 reviews
25 Years in the Ionian 25 years on and I still love the Ionian Islands with the same passion that I remember from when I was just 10 years old. Often in our thirst for new destinations and weird and wonderful activities it’s easy to forget the joy of visiting a place that offers up no surprises at all. Crystal ...
- 28Greece30 reviews
This is the best part of this island. Has some pretty bylanes. Local Tavernas. some quiet beaches. Very picturesque.
- 29Greece4 reviews
Best beaches, no charter tourists and some decent food. Going there this summer for the third year in a row.
- 30Greece5 reviews
A pleasant beach resort, away from the hustle and bustle of other parts of the island, whilst still within easy reach of Oia and Fira. It was also much more reasonably priced than other trendier locations.
- 31Greece5 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. ...
- 32Greece25 reviews
A labirint of the streets, an iconic church and windmills, little venice, shops, restaurants, nightlifes. Unforgettable sunset.
- 33Greece2 reviews
Un posto da cui e' difficile andare via!
- 34Greece2 reviews
Visied Tanagra district and Agios Thomas village(formerly known as Liatani)
- 35Greece3 reviews
Folegandros is a small, quiet island in the southern Cyclades. After visiting the built-up (but gorgeous!) island of Santorini, Folegandros felt like stepping back in time. The island has tall cliffs, small towns, and few people. A true get-away-from-everything place for a vacation.
- 36Greece23 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 ...
- 37Greece25 reviews
If they filmed a movie there that I've seen, I'm all over it. Being the inveterate fan of 007, a.k.a, Bond, James Bond, I knew that I could never forgive myself if I traveled to Greece and didn't visit these stunning monasteries majestically and precariously perched high on the sandstone pillars that overlook the Plain of Thessaly. And for fans ...
- 38Greece3 reviews
Cyclades at their best!amazing Chora
- 39Greece3 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.