Unveiling Greece: The Ultimate Summer Travel Guide from Peloponnese to Cyclades

This summer, treat yourself to a getaway to Greece and discover its hidden treasures, from the ancestral lands of the Peloponnese to the enchanting islands of the Cyclades. Let yourself be enchanted by the cultural richness and natural beauty of these unmissable destinations for a vacation dedicated to wonder and relaxation. Follow the guide for a memorable trip to the heart of Greece!

Let yourself be captivated by Greece and its treasures, where mythology and modernity, sunny beaches and majestic mountains, as well as an unrivaled cultural heritage. Whether you are passionate about archeology or a lover of the sea, this summer is the ideal time to discover the many facets of this thousand-faceted country.

Athens: the essential stopover

Before venturing further, a stop at Athens is essential. The capital, vibrant and contemporary, is the perfect starting point for any trip to Greece. Don’t miss the iconic Acropolis and the Parthenon, as well as the Acropolis Museum which offers fascinating archaeological treasures.

For those seeking comfortable and sophisticated accommodation, the city has no shortage of options. Here are some of our recommendationshotels :

  • St. George Lycabettus – For a breathtaking view of the Parthenon
  • Britain – Known for its history and luxury services
  • Coco Mat – Modern and ideally located in the upscale Kolonaki district
  • Athens Capital Center Hotel – MGallery Collection – Ultra-central with pool and city views
  • Ergon House Athens – For a unique culinary immersion

The Peloponnese: between sea and mountains

This sumptuous peninsula offers a perfect combination of golden beaches, majestic mountains and impressive archaeological sites. Among the places not to be missed are Epidaurus, Olympia, Mycenae And Nafplion. A week-long road trip is ideal for exploring these ancient treasures while enjoying the breathtaking landscapes.

Monemvasia: the medieval jewel

Monemvasia, a medieval city nestled on a rock by the sea, seems straight out of a fairy tale. Featuring cobbled streets,churches Byzantine buildings and powerful ramparts, this historical pearl is absolutely worth discovering. Our tips for fully enjoying this chic stopover will take you through its Ottoman remains and astonishing stone houses.

Pelion: land of the centaurs

Just 350 kilometers north of Athens, the Pelion is a well-kept secret. Between the Aegean Sea and the Pagasetic Gulf, this region invites you to a total immersion in nature. Hikes through beech and chestnut forests reveal picturesque villages like Makrinitsa and Portaria. The beaches of Milopotamos and Damouchari, true havens of peace, complete this unique experience.

Cythera: the forgotten island

Located between Crete and the Peloponnese, Kythira is a wild and difficult to access island, but which rewards its visitors with unspoilt beauty and an authentic atmosphere. With a rich historical past with Phoenician and Venetian influences, this island deserves to be explored at your own pace to appreciate its hidden wonders.

Sporades: the surprise archipelago in the Aegean Sea

THE Sporades are less known but just as charming. Alonissos, with its marine park which is home to dolphins and monk seals, is a paradise for diving enthusiasts. Skiathos, another pearl of the archipelago, wishes to rediscover its former glamor far from mass tourism. Discover unspoilt nature between ravines, waterfalls and lush forests.

Cyclades: Tinos, the hidden pearl

For an authentic experience and full immersion in Greek culture, visit Tinos. Less crowded than its neighbors Mykonos and Santorini, this island offers picturesque villages, white churches and marble sculptures that fascinate travelers. Its gentle way of life and its terraced landscapes make it unmissable.

Whether you are attracted by history, nature or simply looking for a change of scenery, Greece has everything you need to satisfy your travel desires this summer. Ready to reveal its hidden treasures, this country awaits you with its breathtaking landscapes and its thousand-year-old culture.