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.

Plaka

Plaka is an enchanting cobblestone neighborhood embracing archeological sites, small tavernas, colourful flower stands and artisan shops.
Buddha Bar Beach at Santa Marina Mykonos greece

Cocktails at Buddha Bar Beach Mykonos

Sit back with a stellar cocktail and listen to the resident DJ spin his signature mix, as the guests from the superyachts step ashore.

Neda Waterfalls

A river named after a nymph of the water, Neda, which ends up in an secluded area with natural lagoons and waterfalls.

Paraportiani Church

What makes this church so unique is its architecture, which is an asymmetrical conglomeration of four churches into one a mixture of Byzantine, vernacular, traditional and western style.

Spinalonga Island

Spinalonga, which translates to “long thorn” fell to the ottomans in 1715 before becoming one of the last leper colonies in Europe.

Kritsa Village

The village of Kritsa is 8 kilometer south west of Agios Nikolaos and it is a traditional mountain village with lots of narrow streets and several Byzantine churches.

Archaeological site of Delos

A sacred site of history and intrigue, the island of Delos offers a unique vision of ancient Greek life and culture.

Tsambika Beach

A long golden sand beach with crystal blue waters, Tsambika beach, is one of the most acclaimed beaches on the island.

Polylimnio Waterfalls

The ground's landscapes create plenty of small lakes, some of them like natural swimming pools and waterfalls.

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

– Lawrence Durrell