Coastal Towns of Greece

Oia, Santorini

As it may be the most beautiful town in all of Greece is Oia. The town sits on a gentle cliff that overlooks the turquoise Med below and famously known for its whitewashed architecture and blue-domed churches. Oia is the perfect place to enjoy a peaceful break from the modern world as it is known for being a serene and quiet place, while there are plenty of restaurants, shops, and other bits. For those looking to discover the many thrilling hiking trails of Santorini, an island formed of volcanic rock, giving it a noticeable dark look and the town can be utilized as a type of base camp.

Chora, Mykonos

Mykonos, no doubt is one of the most popular locations in Greece, prominent for its exotic culture. It is often the place people are alluding to when they converse about Mykonos rather than the whole island although the town itself is locally known as Chora. Chora is a cosmopolitan town, a combination of traditional Greek culture with aspects of modern-day lifestyle, which has made to it is world-famous for its celebrated nightlife. Chora is a clearly beautiful city with splendid architecture perfected with its vibrant atmosphere.

Athens, Greece

A tour to Athens is a must when visiting Greece. Brace yourself when visiting the world famous Acropolis, Theatre of Herodes Atticus, and Pantheon. Modernized Athens has its own distinction while it is home to some 3,000 years of history. Athens of today can be just as exciting as Athens of the past as it is full of activities like doing water sports, stunning beaches, lively nightlife and indulging on some of the world’s finest cuisine.

Kissamos, Crete

A concealed place perfect for captivating the mishmash sights, resonates and scents Crete has to offer, on its northern coast sits the town of Kissamos. The village itself has quite a few things to present, including its own exotic beaches and its wine-making reputation, a short distance away from the impressive Balos Beach.

Rhodes Old Town, Rhodes

With much appreciation to the history of this amazing location, to spend time in the old town of Rhodes is an uncommon and exceptional experience. The town witnessed many developments, leader, and progressions, since these times, but has kept its ancient feel and architecture. To spend time here does not simply feel like you’re living in another country but in another time. Rhodes is certainly one of the best maintained medieval cities in Europe.