A honeymoon in Greece has offered generations of newlyweds the experience of both an ancient civilization as well as a vibrant, living culture. Whether embracing on the steps of the Acropolis or the water’s-edge during sunset at Cape Sounion; drinking ouzo at a café or sipping a glass of Retsina while awaiting the ferry to Santorini; here is where romance is at its most sensuous. As you explore all there is to do and see in Greece, you’ll be reminded of the many romantic scenes from most of the Hollywood and Bollywood film. And you’ll relish each sun-filled day here as partners in a real-life paradise.

Few other places on earth can provide such a rich honeymoon destination experience. 



• Begin your honeymoon in Athens – the cradle of this great civilization. Select your accommodations not only for the romance, but also to be near the exuberant night life of the Plaka where the evening doesn’t truly begin until after 10.

• Outside of city life, you can also journey together to explore the Greek isles much like the classical heroes of ancient times. Whether you travel just to Aegina or to Crete, each island will provide a unique experience – history and vivid scenery that can be mixed with cosmopolitan nightlife or simply tranquility and peace.

• ‘Pausanias’ trail’, is an exceptional route that starts from Patra and ends in Olympia, passing through some of the most beautiful areas of Achaia, Arcadiaand Ileia. Many honeymooners plan a trip to walk the trail and in this way one can enjoy the route – especially in the spring & autumn – with other nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts.

• Travelling around the Greece of Dionysus and fine wines is a trend that has conquered the hearts of newlywed. Lovers of fine wines and spirits follow the wine roads, combining their acquaintance with the Greek natural world and the ‘hunt’ for that splendid, liquid treasure.

• The Greek land is scattered with caves exceeding 8500 in number. Major geological processes have endowed the bowels of the Greek earth with true monuments to nature, filled with charm and mystery. Some of the caves are renowned all over the world for their significant anthropological findings.

• Greece is all about sea, an aquatic heaven, full of life. Water sports are very popular in Greece, a country of seas with emerald waters and wonderful sea beds. Greece offers the sea sports lovers a great deal with diving, surfing, snorkeling, kayaking, canoeing, etc., 

• The relationship between men and the land, mountains, hills and plains are both primordial and profound. Greece offers an endless choice of land sports and activities like Mountaineering, climbing, trekking, mountain biking, spelunking (caving), canyoning, horseback riding, skiing, snowboarding, etc, 

• The attempt of man to fly and slip the surly bonds of Earth is reflected in an absolute way in the adventurous sky sports. Greece has the ideal climate for gliding, hang gliding and paragliding flights, etc.,

• And no matter where you go in this diverse country, food will be one of the more extraordinary ways through which you can embrace the Greek way of life.


Best time to visit: The peak holiday season in Greece is from early July to the end of August, when temperatures are higher and crowds of foreigners and the locals travel to the Greek islands. You won’t miss out on warm weather if you travel in June or September either.

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