Forget the sun, sea, and sand. Instead head back in time to meet the Knights of St John, the Ottoman invaders, and those who took part in World War II.
Every Greek island has its own character, although some are elevated above the rest by not just simple beauty, but unique and awe-inspiring wonders.
Food, history, gorgeous weather and Hellenic hospitality. Thessaloniki is the city break waiting to be discovered.
The Cyclades consist of over 200 islands. How do you decide which one to go to? Sharron Livingston looks at six of the most popular ones.
Grab your walking books and get ready to explore the beautiful Greek island of Syros, part of Cyclades island group, in the Aegean sea.
With a population of only 2000 and just 30km long, Amorgos is one of the most unspoilt of the Cyclades.
Paros is one of the Cyclades in the Aegean and has long sandy beaches and traditional villages in the interior.
Naxos is the largest of the Cyclades and according to legend is the island where Dionysus, the god of wine and fun was born.
The iconic Acropolis in the Greek capital, Athens, museums and other major tourist attractions have opened as have beaches and churches around Greece
If you want a getaway break from all the noisy things in life – children included – then consider the Olea All Suite hotel.