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Greece Holidays & Tours

Greece is sprinkled with architectural gems, from Minoan palaces to bright blue-domed churches. Discover bustling Athens, explore beautiful coves and sandy beaches. And when it comes to Greek islands it's hard to choose, with so many idyllic islands to choose from. 
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Views of the Dalmation Coast

Popular Trips

15 Days

Greek Island Wanderer

Greece Discovery Trip code GW
From CA$2380 without flights
8 Days

Greek Island Cruise

Greece Boat Journeys Trip code GC
From CA$1360 without flights
13 Days

Peloponnese Explorer

Greece Discovery Trip code GX
From CA$2830 without flights
8 Days

Walking the Corfu Trail (South)

Greece Walking and Trekking Trip code CF
From CA$1230 without flights
8 Days

Walking in Crete

Greece Walking and Trekking Trip code CR
From CA$1390 without flights
8 Days

Self-Guided Walking in South-West Crete

Greece Walking and Trekking Trip code WSCR
From CA$910 without flights
Follow in the footsteps of Greek gods and lose yourself in ancient history at the sacred site of the Acropolis in Athens or at Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games. Lesser-known but equally archaeologically important sites include the Minoan Akrotiri on Santorini, perfectly preserved due to the thick layer of volcanic ash covering it, following the catastrophic eruption of the Santorini in 1450 BC. Many of the artefacts from sites around Greece have been excavated and removed to museums. Athens is home to some of the world’s best museums for Greek antiquities, such as the National Archaeological Museum and the contemporary New Acropolis Museum.

Greece offers a vast choice of activities. You can hike the length of the longest gorge in Europe, the Samaria, in Crete, or take a more leisurely trip by boat to see the hissing sulphur vents of the volcanic Nea Kameni island off Santorini. Take a cooling dip in the Aegean or Ionian Sea, or grab a snorkel and experience crystal-clear underwater vision.

Greece is world-famous for its delicious olive oil and olives and also produces a great variety of tangy goat’s and sheep’s cheese, the most famous being feta. With a 13,000-km-long coastline, seafood is fresh and plentiful and features on restaurant menus throughout the country. Breakfast is often thick Greek yoghurt with locally produced honey and fruit such as fresh figs. Regional dishes are extremely diverse, but meze (a selection of small dishes) are ubiquitous, washed down with a glass of ouzo at a beachside taverna, or on a terrace of a cliff-top restaurant on Santorini.

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