Regions of Greece

Clean sandy beaches, turquoise sea, numerous historical and Orthodox sights, delicious cuisine and genuine Greek hospitality. We will be happy to find the ideal holiday destination for you, based on your personal preferences, whether it be an island or mainland Greece.


iscover the amazing Peloponnese! A region-kaleidoscope, in which bizarre multi-colored glass shimmers in the light of the Greek sun Ancient Olympia


Cheerful, sunny and full of attractions, Cyprus welcomes tourists every year. Almost every person who finds himself on this island wants to know its history and culture.


Santorini is a gem that sparkles in the waters of the Aegean Sea. The beautiful island owes its birth to the Fira volcano, the crater of which is still in the depths of the sea.


If you’ve ever wondered what a Greek island might look like with buildings from the Venetian school of architecture and a slight trail of English and French influences


One of the most frequently mentioned islands in ancient Greek mythology. Crete is considered the birthplace of the great Thunderer Zeus, it was here that the goddess Athena bathed in Lake Vulismeni.


The island of the Knights and the capital of the Dodecanese archipelago, home to one of the seven wonders of the world – the Colossus of Rhodes and one of the most beloved destinations for summer holidays in Greece.


In ancient Greece, this region was known under the name Phlegra, which means “Fiery”. According to legend, it was here that the decisive battle between the Titans and the Olympian gods took place.


A symbol of luxury holidays and bohemian life, Mykonos, since the time of Aristotle Onassis, has become a favorite meeting place for celebrities from all over the world.

Athenian riviera

A few km. from Athens, the urban landscape gives way to a unique seaside resort. This stretch of coast will amaze and enchant you with clean clear water, organized beaches