Greece is the cradle of European civilization, a quarry of mythology and ancient relics. On the Chalkidiki Peninsula, we can visit the city of Thessaloniki, the beaches of Katerini and Paralia, and from the boat we can take a look at the mystical monastery republic, Athos.
Near the legendary Mount Olympus, we can take a look at the ‘rocks of gods’, the Meteora monasteries built on the sky-high cliffs. Athens’s well known building is the Acropolis, which is garlanded by the golden pillars of the Parthenon. The Agora was the marketplace of the ancient Athens, while the Plaka is a current, full of life eastern bazaar. From the capital, the visitors can take journeys to the canal of Corinth and to the beaches of the Attican Riviera.
From the dock of Piraeus, it is easy to take a boat and visit the islands of the Aegean and Ionic Sea. The islands tell us of Romans, Byzantines, pirates and knights. Among the olive tree gardens and orange trees, white houses, temples and sunlit ruins are hiding. The sea is blue in the bays surrounded by beaches and on the terrace of a tavern, the flavors of the Greek cuisine are always welcome.
- Nea Fokea
- Olympus mountain
- Tempi valley
- Attican Riviera