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Blue Caves

Blue Caves, Stunning sea caves in Zákynthos island's northern tip. Inside, the sparkling water reflects the color of the blue sky on the cave walls to create a magical glow. The Blue Caves are only one of the many watery attractions around this island. There is also excellent snorkeling and scuba diving.

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Zakynthos, Greece

Paleokastritsa

The most popular beach area in Corfu is Paleokastritsa, on the west coast, about 25-kilometers from Corfu Town. Here, you'll find a collection of deep, curving bays sheltering sand and pebble beaches stretching into a clear blue sea. Corfu is served by an airport and ferries from Igoumenitsa and Patras on the Greek mainland. In summer, ferries sailing from Ancona

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Corfu, Greece

Akrotiri

An Ancient Minoan settlement buried below lava following the volcanic eruption that created the caldera, some 3,600 years ago. 

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Santorini, Greece

Parthenon

The best known and most distinctive temple in Acropolis is the Parthenon, originally made up of 58 columns supporting a roof and decorated by ornate pediments and a frieze.

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Athens, Greece

Delos

Delos is a mythical place where the twins Apollo and Artemis were born. One of the best greek islands is Delos which holds some absolute spiritual significance. There is some amazing legend associated with Delos related to Leto, the mother of the twins who was apparently seduced by Zeus. For such reasons, Delos is considered truly sacred even after its

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Island, Greece

Thessaloniki

Overlooking the Aegean Sea in northern Greece, Thessaloniki (Salonica) is the country's second biggest city after Athens. Founded in 316 BC due to its position close to both Bulgaria and Turkey, it has always been a crossroads of various cultures and religions. Its main sightseeing attractions are its UNESCO-listed Byzantine churches, but there are also several Roman monuments (including the

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Thessaloniki, Greece

Samaria Gorge

On the island of Crete, the Samaria Gorge is a top attraction for lovers of the great outdoors. Measuring 16 kilometers in length and, at its narrowest point, only four meters wide, it runs from Omalos (1,250 meters) in the White Mountains down to Agia Roumeli, on the Libyan Sea. Depending on your level of fitness, it will take five to

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Crete, Greece

Zákynthos

Home to gorgeous scenery both above and under the sea surrounding it, Zákynthos (Zante) island is another top tourist destination in Greece. It is also easy to access, with a locale just 16 kilometers off Peloponnese's west coast in the Ionian Sea. Two of the biggest boasts on this geographically intriguing island are its pebble and sand beaches — Shipwreck Beach

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Zakynthos, Greece

Metéora Monasteries

One of the most unusual things to see in Greece has to be the Thessaly Plain, where bizarre rocky outcrops are capped by the centuries-old monasteries of Metéora. On the UNESCO World Heritage list, six of the monasteries are open to the public.  You need to climb up several flights of stone steps carved into the rocks to reach each monastery,

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Meteora, Greece

Acropolis Museum

The Acropolis Museum is one of Athens' most-visited tourist attractions. Designed by Swiss architect Bernard Tschumi, it is an ultra-modern glass and steel structure with light and airy exhibition spaces, built specifically to display ancient finds from the Acropolis.

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Athens, Greece