Greece is a popular and attractive destination for those who want to experience the sea, thanks to its rugged coastline and numerous islands that offer enchanting views. Among the most beautiful places to visit, Mykonos and Santorini’s islands stand out, boasting white beaches and deep blue sea, but also a chic and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Not to be missed are the islands of Corfu, Kefalonia and Zakynthos. Greece is rich in archaeological sites and ancient monuments, such as the Acropolis of Athens and the Temple of Olympian Zeus, a must-see for those who want to discover the country’s history and culture. Its traditional cuisine, made up of simple but tasty dishes of fresh fish, olives, feta and vegetables, is excellent.



Mykonos, located in the Cyclades archipelago, is renowned for its coastline, the sea and the quaint old town with its tiny white houses with shutters and blue shutters. Must-sees include Paradise Beach, famous for its parties on the beach, the Little Venice neighbourhood, its picturesque homes built flush with water, and the famous windmill atop a hill offering a panoramic view of the island. There is excellent dining in Mykonos, with numerous traditional Greek and international cuisine options. For nature lovers, the island offers various excursions, including a visit to the island of Delos, an ancient city abandoned Greek town located a few kilometres from Mykonos. Here you can admire ancient ruins such as the imposing Temple of Apollo, the Ancient Theater and the houses of wealthy merchants of the time.



Corfu island is a popular tourist destination in Greece, the closest to Italy. It lies off the northwest coast of Greece, in the Ionian group of islands, with a mix of Greek, Italian and British culture. Arriving by yacht, you can admire the beautiful old harbour, one of the oldest ports in the Mediterranean. Once docked, you can explore the old town, characterized by its colourful houses, narrow streets and traditional restaurants. The ancient city is also home to the Old Fortress, built by the Venetians in 1546. A must-see is the Achilleion, a palace built for Princess Sissi of Austria in 1890, located on Gastouri Hill. The palace’s architecture combines classical and neo-classical styles with a spectacular sea view.



Zakynthos, or Zakynthos, is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea. It is impossible not to visit and admire the beautiful Navagio beach, also known as “wreck beach,” where you can admire the crystal clear waters and the ancient wreck of a ship beached on the coast. Zakynthos is famous for its sea caves, including the Blue Cave, reachable only by boat, where the water takes on an intense blue hue due to the refraction of sunlight. Among the best-known and most popular festivals is that of St. Dennis on August 24; this religious festival, in honour of the island’s patron saint, is accompanied by a magnificent procession and fireworks.



Paxos is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea, characterized by clear, blue waters and rocky inlets. Not to be missed is Lakka Bay, a very quaint harbour with traditional restaurants and bars overlooking the sea. There are numerous secluded beaches and coves on Paxos, including Plani Beach, Monodendri Beach, and Levrechio Beach, where one can enjoy the tranquillity of the sea and the island’s natural beauty. Paxos is renowned for its sea caves, including the famous Tripitos Cave, a natural cave that opens onto a spectacular natural amphitheatre. Nature lovers can also explore the olive forest that covers much of the island. Local cuisine features local products, including olives, citrus fruits, and fresh fish.