Destinations

Greece

“The isles of Greece! The isles of Greece… eternal summer gilds them”

With a summer stretching from early April to the very end of September, Greece certainly lives up to Lord Byron’s words. Over two millennia on from its mythic Golden Age, Greece lures visitors from all over the world to witness its wealth of historic, cultural, and aesthetic delights.

As Lord Byron recognised, though, it is Greece’s stunning islands that prove irresistible. From tiny Skopelos or Ithaca, only accessible by boat, to Crete, the largest island, there are over 150 inhabited islands to visit – more than enough for a lifetime of exploration.

There is something magical about the Greek islands. The cares of home just drop away, leaving a feeling of instant relaxation: take pleasure in long lunches beside the harbour, tiny tavernas in remote villages, small boats for hire in which to search for your very own beach, and a glass of ouzo to accompany the sunset.

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Weather Overview

The climate in Greece is typical of the Mediterranean climate: mild and rainy winters, relatively warm and dry summers and extended periods of sunshine throughout most of the year. Read More

The climate in Greece is typical of the Mediterranean climate: mild and rainy winters, relatively warm and dry summers and extended periods of sunshine throughout most of the year.
Generally speaking, the cold and rainy period lasts from October until the end of March, and the warm and dry season lasts from April until September.

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