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The land of Greece is one infused with ancient mythology and if you like archeology, history, art, and philosophy then a trip to this fascinating country is not to be missed. Greece is made up of a series of idyllic islands that are surrounded by jet blue seas and covered in dainty white buildings, and you will also find crumbling ruins, engaging museums, and pretty coastal towns aplenty.
From throbbing cities like Athens to a slower pace of life in little villages by the sea, Greece is a mosaic of different experiences and landscapes, as well as one of the world’s largest open air museums.
Located on the north-east part of the Zakynthos, the cove is surrounded with rocks that are 900 feet tall. The amazing view gives me the chills whenever I see it.
This place is accessible only by boat, either on a big cruise ship, or a smaller one with private excursions directly to the smuggler's cove. There is a large shipwreck on the beach, that was stranded on the white sands while fleeing from the authorities. In 1980 authorities chased a boat suspected of smuggling cigarettes and drinks, sailing off the coast of the Ionian Sea. It's an old ship from Scotland dating back to 1937 adding even more character to the scene.
The sea is absolutely stunning, and the white sand is like white chalk decomposed from large rocks around it. The attraction brings thousands and thousands of tourists each day during the summer season. The best photo opportunity is from the lookout from the top of the cliffs shown here, accessed only by car or a van. It's crowded in the high season but in the off-season, this place is a wonder of nature which gives chills to the bone.w they value your visit and choice to eat at their tavernas & restaurants.
“Odeon” in ancient Greece was a building for singing and musical shows.
In Athens, the Odeon is the theatre that sits at the base of the Acropolis and to this day it hosts world-renowned artists, like the Foo Fighters in 2017 and Sting in 2018.
It is a once-in-a-lifetime experience to watch a concert in the oldest of venues.
It’s intimate and every seat offers great views of the stage. As part of the Epidaurus Festival every summer, the Odeon hosts dozens of concerts.
Don’t be afraid to attend theatre events! Unless noted specifically, theater shows will have English subtitles.
Zante: More than a Party Destination. Zante has a reputation for being a partydestination, but it's much more than that. The Greek island in the Ionian Sea has some amazing family friendly resorts and one of the most picturesque beaches in Europe.
There are a vast number of clubs, bars, and restaurants placed here for a reason. This is the epicenter of the all parties. The crowds rush to hit the strip every night from 10 p.m. and party in various clubs until morning. The vibe and energy is pulsing in every direction you look, it is like a beehive. The great atmosphere goes on in every club, and many of them have open bars, so you can enter, or see the ambient from the strip and have fun or decide is it worth going inside for a party bash.
There are ton’s of bars on the main Laganas Strip and surrounding roads in Zante, but you need to watch out for ones that offer silly deals – you’re not going to be on the receiving end of good quality alcohol, in fact, exactly the opposite. 10 euros for all you can drink for 5 hours – don’t expect Smirnoff Vodka! In fact don’t even expect vodka, you will be getting the home-made stuff and that’s no laughing matter. Check out our favourite bars you should definitely pop in for a drink or three. Our favourite Zante bar crawl went like this…. Sugar, G-Spot, Plus, Cocktails and Dreams, Rescue Top Bar, Zero’s front bar, Zero’s club, Sin City, Voodoo, Waikik, Cherry Bay….not sure where we went after that! Discover Zante’s best bars
It’s all about family in Crete. Expect to find families welcomed everywhere, even at late-night dinners! It’s a family paradise here, whether your clan is into outdoorsy active fun, learning about history and mythology, the animal kingdom or simply playing on the beach, you’ll find a huge amount of choice in Crete. If you can tear yourselves away from the pool at your luxury family villa, here are our top tips for the best family fun in Crete.
There are so many things to do in Crete with families and and it is often voted one of the most popular and safe destinations for family holidays. Crete is known for its rich culture and amazing scenery. You will discover stunning sunny beaches with crystal clear waters, rocky coves in idyllic landscapes, endless groves, delicious food and of course, the unsurpassed Cretan hospitality. We asked George – a local holiday specialist and dad to a little one – who lives in Crete to share his top 10 things to do in Crete for kids.
Kids will love scrambling to the top of dozens of different rides here and sliding, swooshing and splashing out the other side. The park has a prime hillside position and is set in pretty, established gardens, so it’s awash with creeping bougainvillea, swaying palms and scenic hilltop views. The best bit? They’ve mastered a system that does away with long queues for the rides, so youngsters can slide again and again without ever having to press pause on the action.
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