Regions in Greece

Our Greek portfolio features nine individual islands and the delightful mainland resort of Sivota; from exploring atmospheric ancient ruins in Skopelos to hiking in the Corfu countryside, there is plenty to do and see wherever you decide to go. 


  • Corfu
    Craggy coves and rocky inlets hem Corfu’s idyllic sandy beaches, whilst further inland the landscape is shaped by endless cypress and olive groves. With a history as dramatic and varied as this backdrop, a holiday in Corfu allows you to experience the island’s rich culture and explore off the beaten track.

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  • Crete
    From snow-capped mountains and deep gorges to impressive Minoan ruins and long beaches, the island of Crete has an extraordinary landscape. Whitewashed villages and picturesque waterfalls meet the narrow streets of the old Venetian Chania, creating a diverse and varied destination that caters to all.

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  • Ithaca
    The landscape of Homer’s Odyssey can be found in the Ionian, between Kefalonia and mainland Greece. The quintessentially Greek island of Ithaca is steeped in history and has been valued by great powers, from the Romans to the Venetians. Today visitors can marvel at the panoramic coastal views, the olive and cypress groves and the ancient monasteries and ruins.

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  • Kefalonia
    The setting of the best-selling ‘Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, the island of Kefalonia offers an unspoilt side from the popular holiday hub of the south west. The long sandy beaches lead to pretty pastel-coloured old houses at Fiskardo, an area of outstanding natural beauty which has retained its authentic fishing village atmosphere.

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  • Lefkada
    Award-winning beaches edge the lush, mountainous island of Lefkada. The coastline to the east offers sheltered coves much-loved by families, whilst the west boasts iconic beaches of white sand. The Venetian town of Lefkada sits between the two; balancing the traditional with the fashionable and chic, the atmosphere here is family-friendly and relaxed.

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  • Meganissi
    Off the coast of Lefkada lies the island of Meganissi, characterised by hidden inlets and pebble beaches. With only 1,000 permanent residents, Meganissi comprises a couple of ports, home to a handful of tavernas and a mix of smart yachts and colourful fishing boats. The delightful white beaches are accessible by boat or foot whilst the pine forested interior hides tiny villages.

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  • Paxos
    The island of Paxos, home to only three main villages, four taxis and three policemen, yet astonishingly 63 beautiful churches, is one of the tiny Ionian islets accessible only by sea. Gaios, the capital, is hemmed by a row of old Venetian houses, whilst inland ancient olive groves and vineyards almost all have views of the turquoise sea.

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  • Sivota
    With a mainland location, yet all the charm of a Greek island, Sivota sits on the Epiros Coast in its own natural harbour. Deserted islands nearby await exploration, whilst the tavernas on the waterfront create a gentle buzz in the evenings. From this mainland location, you can explore the mass of culture and history, from the Vikos Gorge to the fabled ‘suspended’ monasteries of Meteora.

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  • Skopelos
    The inaccessible coastline of Skopelos begs to be explored by boat, whilst further inland goat tracks lead the way to ruined monasteries and forgotten Byzantine convents. The countryside is home to pine forests, horse chestnut woods, mulberry trees and ancient ruins whilst the capital, Skopelos Town, is a 'Traditional Settlement of Outstanding Beauty'.

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  • Zagoria
    Much has been written about Zagoria, yet this wildly beautiful mountain region is virtually unknown outside of Greece. Part national park, part conservation area, Zagoria is made up of 45 traditional villages in the Pindus Mountains. The landscape feels untamed and remote, one of Europe’s few remaining wildernesses.

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  • Zakynthos
    Known in history as The Garden of the Levant, the Greek island of Zakynthos is renowned for its stunning scenery. With magnificent sea views contrast against a landscape of almond, cypress and citrus groves, visitors can discover forgotten monasteries and ruins, and sample authentic Greek cuisine and local wine.

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