Greece

Greece Attractions

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Hania

Crete’s former capital is perhaps its most idyllic town. With its intertwined Venetian and Ottoman legacy, there’s an east and west magic to its grand harbor, ...  Read more

Heraklion Archaeological Museum

Second in size and importance to the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, the Heraklion Archaeological Museum houses the most magnificent collection of ...  Read more

Historical Museum of Crete

The Historical Museum of Crete collects and preserves valuable archaeological, ethnographic and historical material from Crete’s more recent past. The A.G. ...  Read more

Ios

For many visitors, Ios is one big party island. The local traditions and history are ignored by the rave brigade but luckily, the word is out that there’s more ...  Read more

Kahal Shalom Synagogue and Museum

Founded in 1977 and fully renovated in 2006, the Jewish Museum is the focal point of Rhodes’ Old Jewish quarter, devoted to preserving and sustaining the ...  Read more

Kalambaka

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 17 Reviews

Towered over by the Meteora’s otherworldly pinnacles, the Greek town of Kalambaka (Καλαμπάκα) centers around its main square that’s dotted with fountains and ...  Read more

Kamari Beach

With its wide-arching strip of beach dotted with striped umbrellas, it’s easy to see why Kamari Beach is resort central on Santorini. The Brits feel at ...  Read more

Katakolon Cruise Port

Your gateway to ancient Olympia and coincidentally, the flame and founding place of the Olympic Games, the recently modernized port at Katakolon is a pleasant ...  Read more

Kos

Located just three nautical miles from the Asia Minor coast in the southeastern Aegean Sea, the island of Kos in Greece is not only chock full of interesting ...  Read more

Koules Fortress

Situated at the end of the Heraklion’s inner harbor near the Old Harbor jetty is the Koules Fortress. Koules is the Turkish name for the fortress but the ...  Read more

Kritinia Castle

Looming 131 meters above the village of Kritinia and staring out across the Mediterranean, Kritinia Castle is one of Rhodes’ finest examples of medieval ...  Read more

Lion Square & Morosini Fountain

Lion Square is a central hub for both tourists and locals. It is a great place to people-watch, have a pastry at one of the many cafes or check out the ...  Read more

Little Venice

4 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

Little Venice is a tiny quarter of trendy boutiques, churches and whitewashed fishermen’s houses lining the seafront in Mykonos’ Old Town. Flowering ...  Read more

Loggia

Currently, the Venetian Loggia is the home to the Heraklion City Hall but it was once the clubhouse of the local nobility. Its past and former lives are quite ...  Read more

Malia

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 6 Reviews

It might not be as famous as the Palace of Knossos, but in its day Malia was a thriving Minoan city with an impressive palace complex. These days, however, ...  Read more

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