Greece with Erin OutdoorsDURATION
7 DAYS / 6 NIGHTSPRICE
Ask most people to think of the Greek islands and the image that springs to mind probably derives from the Cyclades. White washed houses, turquoise blue seas, olive groves and sun parched landscapes. The houses themselves are dashed with splashes of blue, perhaps mixed in with the odd windmill or domed church. This image becomes reality in many places on this rough circle of islands, which provide the perfect venue for island hopping.
Mt Olympus Fast and lightDURATION
3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTSPRICE
Mt. Olympus is a mountain where you could spend a whole week and still feel like not having seen enough. On the other hand, we understand that you may want to combine your Mt. Olympus climb with other destinations while you’re visiting Greece, and this is why we created the fastest possible -but still easily manageable- adventure plan, starting from Athens or other parts of Greece.
Mt. Olympus Round TripDURATION
4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTSPRICE
In August 1919, two Swiss travelers arrived at the foot of Mt. Olympus with the romantic goal to be the first mortals ever to reach the top of the residence of the ancient Gods. When they asked local goat hunter Christos Kakalos -a man who knew the mountain better than anyone-for guidance, he shouted: “Impossible! Only the eagles can reach the peaks of Olympus”.
8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTSPRICE
The Peloponnese is the land of legends. This stunning yet little explored peninsula in south-west Greece was the playground of ancient gods and the inspiration for Homer’s epic Iliad. It is here where the Olympic Games were founded and the legendary wars of Sparta were fought. Dotted with ancient ruins, and clifftop castles, the region also boasts picturesque guesthouses on some of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful beaches.
Peaks of identity
10 DAYS / 9 NIGHTSPRICE
Believe it or not Greece is primarily a mountainous country with more than 800 larger or smaller mountains, 53 of them with altitude exceeding the 2000m zone. The mountains, which served as natural barriers and boundaries, dictated the character of the country and have always played an important part in the life of Greeks, who incorporated them in their myths and legends as sacred places full of spiritual energy.
Sailing in the Dodecanese islandsDURATION
8 days / 7 nightsPRICE
Hidden in the very South- East corner of Greece and hugged by the Turkish coast the Dodecanese complex of islands wait to be discovered. Their strategic position, in the middle of the most important East-West trade routes, made many seafarer powers fight for dominance. Thus, today there are traces of everyone from Greeks and Romans to crusading medieval knights, and from Byzantine and Ottoman rulers to 20th-century Italian bureaucrats. The result is a diverse group of islands with fascinating archaeological sites, ancient walking trails , medieval castles, and charming whitewashed villages.
8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTSPRICE
Unspoiled and largely undiscovered by foreign tourists, Kythnos and Serifos boast beautiful countryside, plentiful sandy beaches, exciting archaeological discoveries from the last 10000 years, a Byzantine castle on a spectacular headland, hot springs, traditional villages, music and dancing, good food, and friendly locals.
The marble road to AcropolisDURATION
If you belong to the people who are not satisfied in the learning process until they gain insight behind the scenes, here is great news: We have created a prototype tour that suits you! Leave the center of Athens and get up to Mt. Penteli where by visiting the most important ancient marble quarry, you will learn in detail all aspects behind the building of the Parthenon.