Greece is among the most popular destinations for travel around the globe. With a rich past and culture, beautiful islands, delicious cuisine, and ancient monuments and locations, it’s simple to understand the reason. There is a myriad of great activities to enjoy throughout Greece. Said as the place of birth of Western culture, Greece has a rich array of different scenery. From mountains to beaches and bustling cities to the peaceful island, Greece has something for all. Many natural and scenic spots make a trip to Greece distinctive.
A HIKE ON CORFU Another stunning Greek island to visit in Corfu, located in the northwest of Greece. It is famous for its beautiful trail hikes, which run through the mountains and along the coastline. The well-known Corfu Trail reaches 137 miles across the island.
Here the best activity to do in Greece Tour packages :-
Temple of Olympian Zeus
In the sixth century BC, Athenian rulers started building the Temple of Olympian Zeus (Naos you Olympia Dios). When Roman King Hadrian completed the temple 600 years later, it was the largest temple in Greece and its statue of Zeus — the king of gods of Mount. Olympus was one of the biggest ever built on all of the earth. The temple started to crumble within a short time after the construction was completed, and, to this day, only 15 of the original 104 columns remain, and a large portion of the marble has been reused or used for other temples. However, what remains is an impressive experience to look at.
Trek to the Samaria Gorge on Crete
Within the White Mountains, the National Reserve on the island of Crete is one of the largest gorges found in Europe. The hike of nine miles along Samaria Gorge takes a full day, mainly if you take a break to look for the over 450 species of flora from dragon arum to peonies thriving here.
When you hike this trail, you’ll begin at the trailhead at Xyloskalo, which is located at 4101 feet above sea level, So the initial few miles, of course, go straight towards the gorge via the steep switchbacks and steps. There’s a lot of loose rock in the canyon until you reach the beachside town of Agia Roumeli. It’s where you will find several very friendly bars as well as a beautiful beach.
Explore the heart of the universe, Delphi
It was once the home of the oracle of prophecy that was the oracle of Apollo; Delphi is now one of the country’s most significant archaeological sites. The site is situated on the slopes of Mount Parnassos, not far from the Gulf of Corinth; it is home to its own Temple of Apollo, the Sanctuary of Athena, a museum, an ancient theatre and a host of other notable buildings. For the ancient Greeks, this location, enshrined by mythology, was the centre of the globe.
Near the charming towns in Nafplio, Epidaurus is the ancient site of the sacred site of Asclepius. It is famous for its theatre, constructed in the IV century BC to host religious celebrations in honour of Asclepius (the goddess of healing) and remains being used today. The site also plays host to hospitals and temples dedicated to the healing gods.
The climb up the hill will lead you until you reach the Acropolis
The ages of history and the stunning images of Athens unfolding in front of your eyes is what you can expect at the Acropolis of Athens, one of the city’s most visited tourist attractions. Although most people are familiar with the Parthenon, the magnificent hilltop location that towers above the Greek capital city is, in fact, home to many other ancient theatres and temples and an archaeological museum with more than 4,000 artefacts and statues.
TOAST AT BRETTOS BAR
Finish your tour of Greece with a glass of champagne with friends at Brettos Bar before you fly out of Athens. The city’s oldest distillery (try Masticha) and is the perfect end to an unforgettable trip.
In Chora Mykonos (aka Mykonos Town), The waterfront section is known as Little Venice is one of the most spectacular spots for watching sunsets on the island. The rows of whitewashed, old homes of fishers, now used as bars, restaurants, shops, and other establishments–return towards the seafront with their vibrantly painted blue and red balconies stretching out across the sea.
Go wine Tasting in Nemea
The Greek proficiency in drinking transcends the classics of ouzo and raki and celebrates the country’s winemaking tradition. In particular, the land in areas such as Nemea is ideal for the production of wine. The location is about one hour and a half drive to the west from Athens in the Peloponnese Peninsula. It is also it is home to some fantastic local wineries.