With our individual roundtrips in Greece, we enable you to get to know authentic regions off the beaten track, flexibly and according to your own wishes. We coordinate your selection and give you the best tips and information at first hand. We are always available to advise you before, during and after your trip and provide you with useful travel guides for your trips to Greece.
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I was born in Greece myself and have travelled all over the country. Therefore, I am very familiar with the many islands and the mainland with its legendary stories full of heroes and myths. The wonderful traditions and delicious cuisine of the different zones of Greece have to be lived and felt. We give you tips and tell you how to make your holiday in Greece an absolute highlight. Whether it’s a round trip to Greece or island hopping Greece, everyone will find their favourite holiday with us. Because we are specialists since 1988.
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A round trip through Greece is a unique experience full of exciting experiences and new discoveries. It is rewarded with unforgettable moments. Experience for yourself on a round trip to Crete how the green of the imposing mountains blends with the endless blue of the vast seas to form a harmonious mosaic.
A variety of colours and shapes accompany you on a Peloponnese round trip past the ancient sites worth seeing. Let yourself be inspired by the diversity of the country. Hike or drive past mountain slopes covered with pine trees and enjoy the view of spectacular gorges. Golden-sanded coasts with turquoise waters invite you to soak up the sun. Whitewashed cottages of traditional villages and important ancient monuments of times gone by exude their charm.
There are more than enough experiences in Greece or on a round trip of the Greek islands. Whether it’s a climb to the green-clad mountains or exploring fabulous grottos on the mainland. Sail through the historic world of the Greek seas with picturesque harbours and deep blue coasts on a Crete round trip. Or take a mountain hike on a Peloponnese round trip that takes you along the banks of ice-cold torrents. Forays through biotopes and national parks with rare flora and fauna are also on the programme. On our round trips, you will experience an authentic Greece with its traditional villages with centuries-old history and still-living customs and traditions, as well as the unforgettable hospitality of the locals.
The ancient sites of the naturally beautiful peninsula are very interesting and recommended on a Peloponnese round trip. As this is also used for a round trip and bathing at dreamlike beaches, you should plan enough time for this. We also offer selected bus tours and individual Peloponnese car rental tours. You can start from the city of Kalamata, at the airport in the south of the peninsula or from the Greek capital Athens.
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If you wish, you can also get a taste of the “air of the gods” at an altitude of 2000 m in one of the mountain huts on Mount Olympus. Via the “ascetics in the rock forest”, the Meteora monasteries, you will explore the legendary world of Hades in Necropolis and the victorious Roman city of Nicopolis. Afterwards, you can have your fortune told by the legendary Pythia at Delphi. Via Olympia and Nafplion with the house of the first Greek King Otto (not the EM hero, that was Otto II) you will reach Mycenae and Epidaurus down to the south of the Peloponnese. Then the route takes you back to Athens via the Corinth Canal, where you can’t order enough illustrated books for all the cultural highlights.
The mainland Greece
Mainland Greece is a land of remarkable natural beauty, where diverse landscapes unfold like pages from a storybook. From the rugged peaks of the Pindus Mountains to the idyllic shores of the Ionian and Aegean Seas, the country offers a breathtaking array of scenery. The lush forests of Northern Greece, particularly in regions like Zagori and Meteora, are a haven for hikers and nature enthusiasts, offering a chance to explore pristine wilderness and discover hidden waterfalls and ancient stone bridges. The stunning beaches of the Pelion Peninsula and the Mani region beckon sun-seekers and water sports enthusiasts alike. In Central Greece, the dramatic rock formations of Meteora create a surreal and awe-inspiring landscape, with monasteries perched precariously on towering cliffs. The dramatic gorges of Vikos and Samaria, as well as the serene lakes of Ioannina and Plastiras, further add to the country’s natural allure. Greece’s mainland is a place where nature’s beauty is on full display, inviting travelers to explore, rejuvenate, and be inspired by its diverse and captivating landscapes.
Kavala with Philippi: Philippi is famous for its historical significance as an ancient Roman city. Tourists should visit this site to explore the impressive ruins and learn about the history of the Battle of Philippi, which marked a pivotal moment in the Roman Republic.
Ouranoupolis and Mount Athos with Ammouliani Island: Ouranoupolis serves as the gateway to the unique autonomous monastic republic of Mount Athos. Visitors can explore the spiritual heritage, visit stunning monasteries, and experience the untouched beauty of Ammouliani Island.
Thessaloniki: This vibrant city impresses with its fascinating history and diverse culture. Tourists should visit Thessaloniki to explore numerous museums, ancient ruins, and the lively city life.
Olympic Riviera: The Olympic Riviera is a coastal region in Greece known for its beautiful beaches, making it a paradise for beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts. Tourists can enjoy the stunning beaches, clear waters, and a variety of water sports in this area. Additionally, visitors have the opportunity to explore the nearby Mount Olympus, the mythical home of the Greek gods. While enjoying the coastal splendor, travelers can also embark on an adventure to discover the natural beauty and hiking trails of Mount Olympus, where Greek mythology comes to life amidst its towering peaks and lush landscapes.
Meteora: Meteora is famous for its impressive monasteries perched on high rock formations. Visitors should go to Meteora to experience the spiritual atmosphere and admire the breathtaking views.
Delphi: Delphi was once the center of the ancient world and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tourists should visit Delphi to see the Oracle of Apollo and the well-preserved ruins.
Athens: Athens, the capital of Greece, is a must-visit for any tourist. Here, visitors can explore the Acropolis with the Parthenon, the National Museum, and the vibrant city center.
These ancient sites in Greece offer a rich blend of history, culture, natural beauty, and adventure that will captivate every traveler.
Attica with capital Athens
Attica, the region surrounding Greece’s bustling capital, Athens, is a captivating blend of ancient history and modern cosmopolitan living. At the heart of it all stands Athens, a city that embodies the spirit of Greece’s rich heritage and its dynamic present. The Acropolis, an iconic symbol of Western civilization, graces the city skyline, offering a glimpse into its glorious past. However, Attica offers more than just historical treasures. The Athenian Riviera boasts pristine beaches, inviting azure waters, and vibrant beachfront promenades where visitors can unwind and soak up the Mediterranean sun. Beyond the city limits, the region features charming coastal towns such as Sounion, home to the stunning Temple of Poseidon overlooking the Aegean Sea. Attica is also a gastronomic delight, with traditional tavernas, bustling markets, and gourmet restaurants serving mouthwatering Greek cuisine. Whether you’re exploring ancient ruins, enjoying seaside relaxation, or indulging in world-class dining, Attica offers a diverse and captivating experience that perfectly complements the timeless allure of Athens.
The Peloponnese, a peninsula in southern Greece, is a true paradise for nature enthusiasts. The region is rich in breathtaking landscapes and is home to a variety of impressive waterfalls. Hidden in picturesque gorges and surrounded by lush vegetation, these waterfalls not only offer a refreshing escape but also a unique opportunity to experience Greece’s pristine natural beauty. Among the most well-known waterfalls are the Neda Waterfalls, nestled in an enchanting forest, and the Polylimnio Waterfalls, cascading into a series of pools, creating a true oasis of tranquility and beauty. Whether you explore the hiking trails or simply admire the majestic splendor of these waterfalls, the Peloponnese offers unforgettable nature experiences for every visitor.
Mani with Gythion and Sparta with Mystras: The Mani region offers rugged beauty and historical villages. Sparta and Mystras are known for their history and captivating ruins, transporting visitors back in time.
Nafplion with Nemea and Argolis: This region offers an abundance of archaeological treasures, including ancient Nemea with its stadium and the stunning Epidaurus Theater.
Kalamata with Messinia: Kalamata is an ideal starting point to explore the picturesque region of Messinia. Here, tourists can enjoy the fascinating ancient site of Messene and the beautiful beaches.
Ancient Olympia: Olympia is the birthplace of the Olympic Games and has a rich history. Visitors can explore the ancient stadium, the Archaeological Museum, and the temples.
Corinth with Ancient Corinth: Corinth offers historical insights into ancient Greece. Tourists should visit the ruins of Ancient Corinth and explore the impressive Acrocorinth fortress.