Athens is the historical capital of Europe, with a long history, dating from the first settlement in the Neolithic age.
In the 5th Century BC (the “Golden Age of Pericles”) – the culmination of Athens’ long, fascinating history – the city’s values and civilization acquired a universal significance.
Over the years, a multitude of conquerors occupied Athens, and erected unique, splendid monuments – a rare historical palimpsest.
In 1834, it became the capital of the modern Greek state and in two centuries since it has become an attractive modern metropolis with unrivalled charm.
A large part of the town’s historic centre has been converted into a 3-kilometre pedestrian zone (the largest in Europe), leading to the major archaeological sites , reconstructing to a large degree the ancient landscape.
Sitting in the heart of the Ionian Sea, Corfu is one of the most connected to the historic Greek islands. Strongly influenced by the Venetians, the French and the English, Corfu Greece has a cosmopolitan, multicultural charm.
Exploring Corfu Town, the capital of the island, you will see the glorious past of Corfu on imposing palaces, noble mansions, beautiful museums, and charming squares. Moving away from Corfu Town, you’ll discover picturesque seaside villages, tiny verdant islets, luxurious Corfu resorts, and wild natural landscapes. It’s amazing how the different sides of this idyllic island coexist in harmony!
As for Corfu beaches, they are one of their kind! Nestled in sandy coves, surrounded by green forests and mountains, they are some of the best beaches in Greece!
Crete is the largest island in Greece, and the fifth largest one in the Mediterranean Sea.
Here, you can admire the remnants of brilliant civilizations, explore glorious beaches, impressive mountainscapes, fertile valleys and steep gorges, and become part of the island’s rich gastronomic culture.
Crete is, after all, a small universe teeming with beauties and treasures that you will probably need a lifetime to uncover!
Peloponnese is one the most popular regions of the Greek mainland in terms of tourism. The close distance to Athens, the beautiful resorts and the interesting sightseeing attract many visitors to Peloponnese Greece all over the year. Historically, it has been the main field of action for Greece since the prehistoric times. In fact, it hosts the most important archaeological sites of Greece, including Olympia, Epidaurus and Mycenae. Surrounded by sea from all sides, the region provides amazing beaches. The most famous areas include Nafplion, Gythion, Monemvasia and Pylos.
Rhodes, the capital of the Dodecanese, an island which is ideal not only for those who want to relax but also for those looking for an action-packed holiday!
With its bright green hills, rich green valleys and uninterrupted line of golden beaches, Rhodes is truly a blessed place.
Add in the excellent facilities for tourism, the island’s special blend of cosmopolitan and traditional, and numerous cultural and archaeological sites and you’ve got the perfect holiday destination.
Who doesn’t have something to say about Mykonos, who hasn’t swim in its vast boundless blue waters, who hasn’t lived unforgettable moments…
Mykonos is: the sea, the sky, the sun, the hospitality, the fun, the harmony, the charm. A never-ending real myth surrounding us, every part of it a reality, something special, challenging you to live it, taste it, relish it. A barren island, arid, scorched by the sun, full of golden beaches and crystal waters. The white color, the stone and the scattered mountains are indelible memories in the mind. The natural elements are vivid and strong, filling you, guiding you in new sensations; the air, the sun, the moon are the eternal guides.
The harmony of the Mykonian architecture is astonishing. The location and the way the town of Mykonos is build -inside the Northern eye- the port, the particular colors… It is an exceptional masterpiece. No man and no plan would be able to create something so unique.
Although it is relatively untouched by international tourists, Nafpaktos is a town well-known to the Greeks. Having a Medieval charm and a fairytale vibe, Nafpaktos Greece never fails to charm visitors. Its small Venetian port, laid-back beaches, and lush green landscape make Nafpaktos a beautiful destination to visit!
The picturesque Nafpaktos port is arguably the trademark of this little town. Apart from the colorful boats that moor there during the summer, at Nafpaktos port, you’ll also see a statue of Cervantes, who lost his arm in a naval fight close to Nafpaktos during the Medieval times. From the port of Nafpaktos starts a beautiful long beach that stretches for many meters and is the perfect option for a plunge near town.
On a hill above Nafpaktos town sits an imposing Venetian castle with a breathtaking view of the sea and the opposite coasts of Peloponesse. It’s definitely worth a visit!
If you are in a mood for a road trip, GEN, offers the option to explore the nearby Delphi, Olympia, Messolonghi and the many seaside villages of the region!
Meteora is the biggest and most important group of monasteries in Greece after those in Mount Athos.
We can locate the first traces of their history from 11th c. when the first hermits settled there.
The rock monasteries have been characterized by UNESCO as a unique phenomenon of cultural heritage and they form one of the most important stations of cultural map of Greece.
Thessaloniki is the second largest city of Greece and the most important centre of the area.
Built near the sea, at the back of the Thermaïkos Gulf, it is a modern metropolis bearing the marks of its stormy history and its cosmopolitan character, which give it a special beauty and charm.
Discover the Old City, the historical quarter of the Ladadika, take a walk at Vasilissis Olgas Avenue with its late 19th century eclectic architecture, visit Aristotelous Square surrounded by monumental buildings and open to the waterfront for a width of 100 metres.
The most famous island group in the Aegean Sea comprises some of the most beautiful islands in the world! Gorgeous sandy beaches, architecture in white and blue, traditional lifestyle, folk music, warm, hospitable people and barren landscapes with isolated chapels turn a trip to the Cyclades into a lifetime experience.
The name “Cyclades” refers to the islands forming a circle (the name in English means: “circular islands”) around the sacred island of Delos. According to the Greek mythology, Poseidon, God of the sea, furious at the Cyclades nymphs turned them into islands.
Millions of Greek and foreign visitors come to the Cyclades every year to enjoy the dazzling light and the crystal blue waters, in the quest of the paradise on earth.
Mykonos, Santorini, Ios, Tinos, Andros are just a few of your options when you are visiting the Cyclades complex.