Take in the sights, scents and scenery of a corner of untouched, traditional Greece on this new island hop for 2019. You’ll fly in and out of vibrant Athens, meaning you’ll visit four different destinations on your holiday. Athens is home to some of the most important heritage of ancient Greek civilisation, so it’s the perfect place to start your trip. When you’re ready, head down to the busy port of Piraeus to start your adventures.
Athens provides a fantastic combination of beautiful beaches, vibrant entertainment, tavernas, restaurants, barsandnightclubs. The Athens coast has all-round appeal, providing sun, sandandsea with proximity to the ancient ruins of the Acropolis, the archaeological museums and other attractions. Enjoy a wealth of history, culture and beach life too. For families and adults only, you'll find it all here in Athens.
P o r o s
Be charmed by its simplicity and vintage charm as you walk among whitewashed houses wrapped in bougainvilleas. Fishing boats and sailing yachts line the shore and at night, the calm waters reflect the
lights from Poros Town’s cafés, barsandclubs. History lovers can find the Archaeological Museum in Koryzi Square to take in exhibits from the Temple of Poseidon, ancient Troezen and Methana. While for sheer beauty, nature lovers can visit the lemon forest, east of Galata, where tens of thousands of lemon trees come right down to the shore. If you want to be near the beach, we recommend the four-star New Aegli Beach Hotel and perhaps splash out on a VIP apartment.
S p e t s e s
Hop to Spetses where mega-yachts line theharbourand mansions overlook the water from the fortress wall. Take a horse and carriage to explore or walk to the lighthouse for fabulous views. Why not hire a bike to discover the island’s eight beaches from Agia Marina, south of Spetses Town or Ayii Anaryiri, the largest sandy beach? Bask on the sun terrace, or relax at the poolside bar while staying at three-star Vanas Apartments which are just a short walk from restaurants, cafés andshops – and don’t forget to try the local brandy, tsipouro, which is made from the residue from the wine press.