The Greek nature encourages you to explore it throughout the seasons of the year. You will see national parks, waterfalls, calm or stormy rivers, lakes, aquatic biotopes, mountain ranges, but also volcanoes on the islands of Santorini, Nissyros and Milos. Greece also provides activities such as walking, horse riding, off-road driving, rafting, kayaking, climbing or canoeing thanks to its gentle climate, unchanged natural environment by humans. It allows dreams of thousands of tourists. Whether for its history, its landscapes, or its gastronomy, Greece has something to fill with those who love to discover it.
For food enthusiasts: Lesvos
The island of Lesvos, where olive groves and warm springs are part of the landscape, is just a few kilometers from the shore of Turkey. We recommend you arrive on an empty stomach to taste local specialties such as sidetyri cheese with olive oil and sardines. Lesvos is particularly renowned for its olive oil and its ouzo, a typical alcoholic beverage.
To the beach: Milos
Located in the Aegean Sea, this volcanic island provides lovely, colorful landscapes with rock formations, hot springs and over 50 beaches. On the island's north shore, the ocean has created canals through the rock, producing lovely beaches like those of Sarakiniko and Kapros, not to mention the Papafragas caves.
Party lovers: Mykonos
Mykonos is for Greece what Ibiza is for Spain. Book a yacht charter greece to enjoy the sunbathing or shopping day and go to Little Venice in the evening to take a shot. End the day at the renowned Cavo Paradiso, an open-air club with a large pool and well-known DJs.
To escape: Patmos
It's not easy to get to Patmos, but it's probably part of its charm. Once on site, rocky beaches, tiny coves and rough hills are waiting for you. You will also be able to see the cave of the Apocalypse that would be the place where Jean would have had his visions that would have led to the Book of Revelations.