Naxos Town, Naxos

One of the cities in the island of Naxos of Cyclades cluster, this place is rich with mythical mystery and ancient history.

It is said to be the home of the Greek god of wine, Dionysus

The Rousanou monastery, Meteora

This picture-perfect structure can be likened to the towers were princesses in fairy tales await their princes to rescue them.

This stunning monastery is one of the active  in Meteora inhabited by nuns.

Plaka, Athens

One of the most stunning districts in Athens City (Athina), this place is filled with neoclassical architecture and rich history. Located under the slopes of the Acropolis, Plaka is referred to as the neighborhood of the gods…

Elafonisi Beach, Crete

Considered as one of the best beaches in Crete Island (Kreta), this almost pristine beauty of nature, this place has a small islet with pink and white sandy beaches and with less than one kilometer of coastline.

This magical destination is also great for children.

Molyvos, Lesbos

The center of cultural tourism in Lesbos and also known as Mithymna, the name Molyvos dates back to the Bronze Age.

Many of the mansions are from the18th century and the houses are made from stone and wood while the main street is covered with cobbled stone.

Chania, Crete

Another destination of great heritage is the second largest city on the island of Crete famous for being a well-preserved town and the urban area in the island.

Melissani Cave, Kefalonia

Also known as Melissani Lake, this is a 3.5 kilometer cave with a lake with water that is a combination of sea and sweet water that gives it a brackish color.

Great for exploration on a boat tour, the Melissani Cave has been existing for thousands of years and was first explored in the 1950s.

Chora, Mykonos

A small town that is known for its stunning alleys that are only for foot traffic, making it a great place to go on long walks to see the traditional Cycladic Greek architecture found in the alleys and walls.

Aside from the picturesque views, tourists can also go to restaurants and bars.

Oia, Santorini

This is what you can call a picture-perfect place because of its charm and beauty. An island that calls on visitors to spend days to relax and unwind with the view of the vast sea amidst a landscape filled with white houses and blue domes.

Monemvasia, Laconia

Lying 100 meters from the Sea, this town is only 1 klm long and 300 meters wide

Despite its small size, this beautiful place has museums, bars, cafes, restaurants and hotels and Byzantine churches. Visitors can explore and enjoy Greek cuisine.