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.

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Acropolis and Parthenon

The Parthenon is a temple on the Acropolis and is dedicated to the Greek Goddess Athena, whom the people of Athens consider to be their patron. Construction began in 447 BC, when the Greek Empire was at the height of its power.

Old Fortress, Corfu

The Old Fortress of Corfu is a Venetian fortress in the city of Corfu. The fortress covers the promontory which initially contained the old town of Corfu that had emerged during Byzantine times.
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Antony Quinn Bay

A hidden bay, that once enchanted the famous Hollywood star Anthony Quinn, hence the name, Anthony Quinn Bay.
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Polylimnio Waterfalls

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

13th century sea-girt castle with grand Venetian fortifications is an oasis of flowers and trees, a tranquil convert and a cluster of quaint whitewashed houses along narrow cobblestone plants.
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Kallithea Springs

A complex built to accommodate the hundreds of people from all over the Mediterranean visiting Kallithea for its healing waters.
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Kallimarmaro Stadium

This was the very first venue to host the Olympic Games of 1896 and was first built in 330BC.
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National Archaeological Museum

Founded at the end of the 19th century and totally devoted to ancient Greek art, it is the country’s largest archaeological museum.
Panthenon, Athens

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.

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

– Lawrence Durrell