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Discover the Best of Greece

Greece is one of the most photographed places in the world, and is often used as the backdrop for romantic stories such as Captain Corelli’s Mandolin. It’s not difficult to see why, whichever Greek island you choose to discover you’re guaranteed stunning views of the Mediterranean, with glorious beaches and sleepy little villages perfect for escaping every day life.


If you want a romantic escape for two, low-cost Santorini holidays are a great choice. Relax on golden sands with a cool drink as you laze the days away on perfect beaches. Enjoy a candlelit meal on the terrace of a perfect little restaurant up in the mountains. Santorini is a postcard perfect destination that keeps holiday makers returning year after year.


If you want somewhere more lively, there are plenty of Greek islands to choose from. Head to Halkidiki where the nightlife is buzzing, perfect for groups or hen and stag parties. Crete and Kos are also popular choices for clubbers, with famous DJs regularly visiting the islands to liven the atmosphere at sunset. If you want action that’s suitable for the kids, Rhodes and Corfu are great options. The beaches are buzzing with the sound of children’s laughter, there are plenty of fun water sports to try and beach side cafes bustle with locals and tourists alike.


Whichever part of Greece you choose to explore, you’ll find lots to see and do including trips to local attractions, historical sights and water parks. Head to the mainland to discover the history of Greece in the capital city of Athens. Here you can experience a more cosmopolitan vibe with modern shopping centres, buzzing restaurants and bars and luxury hotels. There’s something for everyone in Greece with soft sandy beaches, countless restaurants and a wealth of entertainment – you’ll never want to leave. Book Greece holidays 2013 today and save…


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