Greece offers a warm welcome, varying landscapes and one of the warmest, driest climates in Europe.

Whitewashed houses, sapphire blue seas and fresh green pine scented hills are just the beginning.

Ancient archaeological sites, sugar cube houses and quaint fishing villages offer much for visitors to see and do.

Holiday on the line between traditionally tranquil and fantastically fresh. It’s a fully fledged contradiction with magnet-like appeal.

Authentic tavernas rub shoulders with hip and happening restaurants. Captivatingly quiet coves vie with beautiful blue-flag beaches. And long-established drinking dens complement fashionably chic cocktail bars.

There are so many options to choose from when looking into Greece. There is the island of Crete with a coastline dotted with coves, secluded bays and sandy beaches, or Santorini, quintessential Greece with whitewashed buildings and blue-domed churches. Mykonos is one of the most cosmopolitan and glamorous islands in Greece. The northern peninsula of Halkidiki – the Greek Riviera – is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and has some of Greece’s finest sandy beaches.