Spectacular views, ancient culture
Greece offers a succession of varied nature with dramatic views in the high mountains and azure blue waters around the many islands. In the north on the border with Albania and Macedonia is Lake Prespa , one of the largest wetlands in Europe and habitat of brown bears and many bird species such as the Dalmatian pelican and black-winged stilt. Brown bears can also be spotted in the Rhodope Mountains near the Bulgarian border. Alonissos is a must for the nature lover and the gateway to Europe's largest marine reserve. The endangered monk seal has its habitat here along with the striped dolphin and bottlenose dolphin. Zakynthos is an important nesting site for the Caretta Caretta turtles.
Pelion , small-scale, mountainous and with foothills to the sea, serves as a base for hikers. In the South of Crete a lone eagle circles above a gorge and the rugged nature alternates with endless beaches. The Meteora monasteries in the heart of Greece are located on high rocks and offer an impressive sight. Everywhere in Greece you will find remnants of the ancient Greek culture. Excavations nearby Athens and Peloponnese offer a glimpse into the past. Stay in a luxurious private villa in breathtaking surroundings or a charming boutique hotel on a special island, our travel advisors will put together your trip with care. 'Where the world can't find you ...'