Discover Incredible Attractions Across Greece

We’ve carefully curated the most incredible attractions from across Greece. From the Athens Olympic Stadium to the Blue Domed Churches at Oia, and much more, discover everything Greece has to offer.

Matoyianni Street

This street is dominated by designer stores, souvenir shops, and handmade jewellery designers/sellers.

Caves of Diros

Located near the west coast of Lakonia, Diros Cave is considered to be one of the most breathtaking caves in the world, with a collection of unique stalactites and stalagmites and length of more than 15 kilometres.

Palea & Nea Kameni Islands

Palea and Nea Kameni islands are two uninhabited volcanic islands formed within the Caldera of Santorini, by a series of volcanic eruptions circa 197 B.C.

Gialova Lagoon

Greece’s southernmost major wetland, has been declared an Important Bird Area (IBA).

Acropolis of Rhodes

The ancient stadium and the odeon (theatre) from the Hellenistic period have been well preserved and are perfect for hosting events and picnics alike.

Knossos

Explore Knossos, the largest bronze age archaeological site on Crete and considered Europe’s oldest city.

Old Port

The Old Port reserves a very small section for commercial use and focuses primarily on private yachts and fishing boats.

Temple of Olympian Zeus

The arch spans the Via Triumphalis, the way taken by emperors when they entered the city after a major military victory.

Prassonisi

Prassonisi is separated from the mainland depending on the tide, as the sea withdraws allowing access to the island by car or on foot.

You should see the landscape of Greece. It would break your heart.

– Lawrence Durrell