Destinations you can take your holidays and medical treatment in Greece

Amalias: the city named after a Greek Queen charmed by its beauty

Amalias: the city named after a Greek Queen charmed by its beautyThe queen of fertile fields around it, the city of Amalias sits on the crossroads between the beach and mainland Greece. A place of ancient tradition and home to a slower pace of life offers the rest and relaxation you long for.

Athens: a metropolis in its true sense showcases its classical beauty

Athens: a metropolis in its true sense showcases its classical beautyThe centre of it all, Greece’s vibrant capital welcomes you with open arms from the top of the Acropolis, down ancient walls and to the urban sprawl below.

Chania: for the romantics amongst you!

Chania: for the romantics amongst you!Chania, one of the most romantic cities in Greece, tells tales of pirate ships, Venetian knights and merchants and Turkish rulers.

Chalkidiki: Enjoy life by the beach and appreciate nature at its best!

Enjoy life by the beach in Chalkidiki and appreciate nature at it best!Relax in Chalkidiki’s golden beaches and stroll through picturesque villages getting lost in narrow lanes or through fragrant olive groves. Taste the saltiness of the sea breeze and immerse yourself in emerald waters meeting pine clad hills and marvel at the shades of green around you. You’ll appreciate nature’s work at its very best.

Thessaloniki: Get seduced by the charms of the city of emperors. Welcome to the North!

Get seduced by the charms of the city of emperors: Thessaloniki welcomes you to the North!The northern edge of Greece with its imperial coastal city invites you to admire its beauty. Presenting the best between the east and west, Thessaloniki is a mixture of elegance, culture, romance and contemporary style. The old city towers above the contemporary urban sprawl below and offers the ideal mixture of sea views and a trip down memory lane through cobbled streets, quiet squares, and tall houses with traditional tiled roofs and tavernas.

Kalamata: Discover unknown Greece always by the beach!

Kalamata: Discover unknown Greece always by the beach!An unknown to you coastal city bathed by the Mediterranean Sea invites you for a stroll along its promenade. You’re guaranteed not to resist dipping your toes in the clear waters. Meet the first city freed from Ottoman rule by Greek revolutionaries. This is where modern Greece was born! A land where fairytale and history intertwine, a place with lush olive groves, woven silk scarves and trading ships occupying the port in eras long gone, offers holidays with a difference.

Pieria Mountain Range: the Muses veranda overlooking Mount Olympus

Pieria Mountain Range: the Muses veranda overlooking Mount OlympusThe mountainous areas of Greece offer an experience like no other. Greece is much more than the beach as you escape the scorching heat and enjoy the fresh crisp mountain air. Dense forests, gorges, waterfalls and hills covered in snow during the winter months all together create a scene made truly in heaven.

Rhodes: home of the Sun all year round!

Rhodes: home of the Sun all year round!Rhodes, home of the Sun and his mythical statue and city of St John’s Knights, promises unforgettable experiences. Walk under stone arches and stone paved streets and time travel to eras long gone. Join the Withes and Fairies Dance and see a city transform itself to a medieval fortress. Battle along with Knights using light and sound and win over the Ottoman occupants!

Aegina: On the crossroads with religion, culture and archaeology!

Aegina: On the crossroads with religion, culture and archaeology!Explore an island steeped into a world where history and myth intertwine to give a remarkable sight for your eyes. Aegina, the first capital city of modern Greece, got it’s name from mythology, they say that Zeus, father of gods, fell in love with one of river Asopos twenty daughters. Myth has it that Zeus transformed himself into an eagle and carried her away. Unveil the many mysteries hidden in Greek mythology, visit the sanctuary of Aphaia, built in 480 B.C. and still maintained at a very good condition, located at the northeastern tip of Aegina.

Heraklion Crete: A journey to adventure!

Heraklion Crete: A journey to adventure!Plunge into a sea of historical artifacts and events dating from the Neolithic period, assess the wide range of historical and cultural attributes that have affected one of the richest in interest cities of Greece, Heraklion, Crete. From a historical approach, Heraklion is flooded with points of interest, from the majestic Palace of Knossos, dating back to 1900 B.C., to Venetian monuments, built while the city was under Venetian rule, when it was given as a gift to Bonifacio of Monferat who then traded it for substantial preferential benefits to the Venetians.