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Things to do in Greece
Athens - take a day trip to Lake Vouliagmeni
Thought to have been created when a cavern collapsed in an earthquake in the Middle Ages this is a sunken lake that is fed by underground streams. A constant 24 degrees Celsius all year around the waters are thought to have healing powers. The lake is also great for kids as there are many shallow areas for them to play in.
Athens - watch the changing of the guard at Syntagma Square
Dressed in ceremonial clothing these are real guards and they really are at work. Every hour the guard changes as these guys stand motionless for the rest of the time. It’s all over in 10 minutes so it is worth stopping by if you can. There is a bigger ceremonial changing of the Guards every Sunday at 11am that includes a band. You can take photos with them but do not touch.
Corfu - go to Aqualand for a family fun day
A day out at Aqualand has something for everyone from the smallest child to the biggest adults. The whole park is covered by lifeguards so no need to worry unnecessarily. The giant slides and rides are great fun and the park also has relaxing gentle streams with rings to sit on. The park is open every day but make sure you wear sun block as the cool water can make the hot weather deceptive.
Crete - enjoy the views from charming Balos Lagoon
Crystal clear waters, golden sandy beaches and absolutely no one around means this could possibly be one of the best spots for swimming in the Mediterranean. For the more energetic there are the ruins of a castle believed to be from 1582 to explore. Access to the beach is not that easy so be prepared for a scramble. The views are worth the effort.
Crete - go hiking at the Rocky Path Samaria Gorge National Park
One of the best hikes in Crete this is a 16km walk downhill and is not for the faint hearted, you need some degree of fitness. The views are spectacular as are the smells from the fresh herbs growing along the walk. Once arriving at the bottom of the walk the only way out is by boat, unless you want to walk back up the hill so best to take a coach tour and let them pick you up from the ferry.
Delphi - visit the historic Delphi Ruins
There is so much to see here you just will not have time unless you stay in a hotel nearby. The ruins are truly amazing especially the amphitheatre. If you know where to stand amaze your friends and others when they can hear you all the way at the top. Great place to sing a song to if you can. Be sure to check out the many athletic statues.
Kos - swim and relax in the Volcanic Hot Springs of Therma
Bubble Beach is a pleasant beach for families as its volcanic waters make it a great place for a fun day trip. If you snorkel out from the beach you can see the bubbles coming up out of the seabed as a result of the volcanic activity. The waters here are clear and there is plenty of darting colourful fish life to observe and discover.
Rhodes - explore the narrow streets of Lindos village
Most people visit Lindos just to see the Acropolis which although spectacular does not represent Rhodes life truly. For this you need to take a wander around the really narrow streets of the old town and drop into the various tavernas for Tapas or an Ouzo. Watch out for the bus tours from the ferries as the roads are very narrow.
Santorini - visit and tase of the wineries of Santorini
Wine has been made in the region for over 140 years but many of the wineries here have recently opened in the last 15 years. Many of them offer you the opportunity to sample and buy their wines but if you are going to sample then taking a wine tour or hiring a driver is recommended. The soil is perfect for growing grapes and the image of Retsina has been left a long way behind.
Thessaloniki - shop and explore the local wines and foods at Modiano Market
Reputedly one of the most traditional markets in Greece everything you could imagine you would want from a market is here. Fresh Feta, bread, olives, fish and vegetables all arrive early in the morning. You could spend the day here first taking breakfast and then watching the world go past through to lunch and then dinner. There are plenty of places to choose from so dive in and roam amongst the market stalls.
Introduction of Greece
With an ancient history that is second-to-none and idyllic islands which rival more exotic locations, Greece remains a top destination among European tourists. Most British travellers come here on package tours to islands such as Corfu, Crete and Rhodes. Corfu is probably the longest-running package tour destination, with laid-back villages and a range of beaches catering to all kinds of travellers. Crete is the largest island, featuring some of the Mediterranean's best nightlife and sites of stunning natural beauty, such as the Samaria Gorge. Rhodes has all the usual beach resorts, but its main sights lie within the medieval walls of Old Rhodes Town. Greece's capital, Athens, is a huge city located on the mainland. It is considered to be the cradle of Western Civilisation, with tourist activity concentrating on the temples of the Acropolis and the historic districts at the foot of it. Greece hotels tend to be basic, especially on the islands, but some of the family-run establishments can be most welcoming.