Greece’s stunning


Days melt from one to the next under wide-open Greek skies on sea speckled with islands fringed with the white-sand, pine-tree shade beaches of your dreams.

Meander through olive groves and petrified forests to thoroughly enjoy all of Greece's natural wonders.


The cloud-covered lair of the Ancient Greek pantheon, awe-inspiring Mt Olympus is simply spectacular. It fires visitors' imaginations today, just as it did for the ancients who venerated it.

Mt Olympus

Greece’s highest mountain, Olympus hosts more than 1700 plant species, some rare and endemic, as well as wolves, jackals, deer and more than 100 bird species.

Its slopes are thickly forested and its peaks often shrouded in fog.


Magnificent Meteora will leave you speechless. Soaring pillars of rock jut heavenward, a handful complete with monasteries perched on their summits.


Built as early as the 14th century, these were home to hermit monks fleeing persecution.

The rope ladders that once enabled the monks to reach the top have long been replaced by steps carved into the rock, and six of the 24 monasteries remain open to resident monks and visitors alike.

Today this spectacular stone forest beckons pilgrims and rock climbers from around the world.


With its heart-shaped boulder lapped by the bluest waves just offshore, Crete’s Preveli Beach is one of Greece's most iconic.

Preveli Beach

Bisected by a freshwater river and flanked by cliffs concealing sea caves, Preveli is a thick ribbon of soft sand on the Libyan Sea, with clear pools of water along its palm-lined riverbank.