The city of Aphrodite is situated 80 km northwest of Athens. It was one of the oldest and most important cities of Peloponnese, located near the Isthmus. It was inhabited since the Neolithic age, 5.000 years BC. Its golden age was the 7th-6th cent. BC when Periander , one of the Seven Sages, became its tyrant..

Here you can visit the Archaeological museum, the Agora (ancient market) , the Bema from where Apostle Paul preached Christianity, the Temple of Apollo, the ancient port of Kechreai where Saint Paul disembarked and the Canal of Corinth.



Situated in the Northern Greece , Vergina is the most important archaeological site of Macedonia. It’s the ancient city Aiges, the capital city of the Macedonians. Vergina became famous all over the world when in 1977 Pr. Andronikos discovered intact the royal tomb of Filippos, the father of Alexander the Great. His ashes were found in a golden box decorated with the golden star of Vergina.

If you visit Vergina you’ll remain astonished.  It looks like a hill from the outside, but inside it’s a Necropolis- Museum. The view of the royal tombs which are the one close by the other, the gold, the swards, the jewellery, the vases and the statues will leave you speechless.



It’s the most spectacular of all cycladic islands, with its black beaches due to the volcanic eruption which was probably the biggest of the world as it changed the shape of the island and caused the catastrophe of the Minoan palaces of the island of Crete. According to a theory the island was part of the lost Atlantis. You can walk to the edge of the Caldera for spectacular views of the clifs and the lava.

At the ancient Akrotiri Pr. Marinatos in 1967 uncovered an ancient city which was buried beneath volcanic ashes. This is the best preserved prehistoric city of Greece (1.600 BC). Santorini is famous for its sunsets.



The famous oracle of Apollo in Central Greece. The most important and largest sanctuary of ancient Greece, located on the slopes of Mount Parnassos at a height of 580 m. Here the priestess Pythia gave the oracles inspired by Apollo. In the arcaeological site you’ll visit the Temples, the Treasuries, the Theatre and the Stadium. In the Archaeological museum among the very interesting exhibits you’ll admire the famous bronze statue of the “Charioteer of Delphi”.


The second-largest city in Greece and the capital of the Greek region Macedonia It’s the second in importance Greek port after the port of Piraeus. Here take place annualy the International Film Festival and the International Trade Fair of Thessaloniki.

If you are interested in the Byzantine art, here is your paradise! It’s a city full of Byzantine churches with remarkable mosaics and frescoes.

The White Tower, which is the symbol of the town, the Arch of Galerius, the Roman Forum, the Rotonda, the Archaeological Museum and the Byzantine Museum, that is considered as the best of Europe, are some of the worthseeing sites of Thessaloniki.



Naxos is the largest of the Cyclades group of islands, one of the most picturesque and important in the Aegean.You’ll enjoy the beautiful sandy beacheswhere the waters are clear and blue and the fresh fish at the small tavernas near the sea.

The island has beautiful picturesque villages and there are very interesting archaeological sites, as the sanctuary of Dionysos, god of the wine and the one of Demeter, goddess of the agriculture as well as the Temple of Apollo built in 540 BC, which majestic entrance is well preserved.
Naxos has also 40 castles and fortresses from the ancient, Byzantine and Venetian period, 80 towers and about 50 Byzantine churches with frescoes.



It’s the most southerly island and the largest of Greece. The main cities are: Heraklion, Rethymnon, Chania and Aghios Nikolaos. The scenery of the island is fantastically varied. Mountains with an Alpine flora, fertile plains, extraordinary gorges, sandy beaches, blue clear waters and its excellent mild climate.

Crete is the birthplace of the first advanced civilization of Europe. Here are the famous palaces of the Minoan period, among them Knossos, Festos, Malia etc. since the Neolithic times (7.000 – 3.000 BC). Knossos, where king Minos lived, was excavated and restored by Sir Arthur Evans. You’ll be astonished with the exquisite frescoes and you’ll walk through the narrow paths of the Labyrinth where the Minotaur used to live.



Situated at the northeast Peloponnese, it was the famous sanctuary of the god of medicine Asclepios, the healing center of antiquity. Today the visitorcan admire its worldwide known ancient theater, famous for its acoustics. Heretakes place every year the Festival of Epidaurus, with theatrical performances. In the museum you’ll admire the restorations of the temples of Artemis, Asclepios and the Tholos.


One of the most picturesque of the Cyclades Islands, ideal for your holidays. Beautiful beaches, white buildings with colored wooden balconies and brilliant blue church domes. The island was famous from the stone-age period for its pure white marble that the ancient sculptors preferred to make their statues. The capital is called Paroikia . Here you can visit the famous church of Ekatontapyliani (Our Lady of the hundred gates).


Situated at the west of Peloponnese ,it’s one of the most important touristic destinations. It was the Panhellenic religious and athletic centre , the birth-place of the Olympic Games.

In the archaeological site, which is one of the most famous in Greece, you’ll visit the temple of Zeus in the cella of which was standing the gold and ivory statue of the god, one of the 7 wonders of the world, the Stadium where the first Olympic Games took place in 776 BC, the Temple of Hera, one of the most ancient in Greece and the workshop of Phidias, the great sculptor. Near the archaeological site is the museum where among the magnificent statues you’ll admire the one of “Hermes by Praxiteles”.



At the northeast Peloponnese, 70 km from the Canal of Corinth, lies “The golden city” according to Homer. The visitor remains astonished at the view of the Lion’s Gate, the colossal cyclopean walls, the remains of the Mycenaean Palace of 1.600 BC and the huge behieve tombs equal to the Pyramids. It was the most important city of Greece during the rule of King Agamemnon . At the new archaeological museum one can see the very interesting collection of the treasures that were found during the excavations.


Situated at the northwest Greece, beyond the town of Kalambaka, Meteora is the biggest and most important group of monasteries after those in Mount Athos. This unique geological phenomenon is characterized by Unesco as a Monument of Cultural Heritage. The visitor can enjoy the breathtaking view of the monasteries that are built on top of the impressive rocks and can admire the sacred treasures that are exposed into them.


The cape of Sounion is the southern spot of the greek mainland. It is a beautiful drive along the coast-line , 68 km from Athens. At Sounion one can visit the most famous Sanctuary of Poseidon, lord of the sea. On a rocky hill stands a glorious marble temple of the 5th cent. BC and round it lies the blue water of the Aegean Sea.


The town took its name from Athena, the goddess of wisdom and it’s worldwide known as the cradle of the western civilization.

At the center of the city rises the sacred rock of the Acropolis, crowned with the Parthenon , the most perfect building of the world, built in the 5th.cent. BC in Athena’s honor.

Athens is the only capital in Europe with 106 museums, the most important of which are: The National Archaeological Museum, the New Acropolis Museum, the Benaki Museum, the Byzantine Museum, the Cycladic Museum.

The Agora (ancient market), the temple of Zeus, the ancient theater of Dionysos, which is the first theater of the world (5th cent.BC) and the Necropolis of Keramikos are only some of the worth seeing sites of Athens.