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Greece appeals to a wide range of travelers, from beach lovers to history enthusiasts and foodies. It’s famous for enchanting islands and its sun-bleached ruins that soar into nearly always brilliant blue skies. As the birthplace of western civilization began, there are historical monuments and ancient treasures nearly everywhere you turn.

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Best Greece Tours & Trips

Our experts know Greece like the back of their hand and have travelled extensively around the country. Please take your time to look over the itineraries below, remembering of course that all of our trips are 100% bespoke and can be customized to suit – our aim is to curate the perfect itinerary for you, and with our friendly and knowledgeable specialists, we are confident we will.

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Why we love private tours of Greece

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With thousands of islands and islets, 227 of which are inhabited, and a mainland that offers countless enticing destinations, it would take a lifetime to explore all of Greece.

Our Greece travel experts have in-depth knowledge of this vast country that makes it easy to create an itinerary that’s personalized just for you, based on your particular requirements and desires. That results in exceptional private tours as it’s almost like having a local friend who knows the destinations inside and out. We get to experience them too, to ensure that you’ll get the most out of your trip, another reason we love private tours of Greece.

Perhaps your goal is to soak up the sun on powdery sands or to enjoy a history-focused trip exploring many of the centuries-old highlights from Acropolis hill in Athens to Rhodes with Europe’s most well-preserved Venetian architecture.

Whatever you’re dreaming of, Unforgettable can make it happen.

Best places to go in Greece

From Athens with its 5th-century BC monuments and the Meteora monasteries on the mainland to island favorites like Santorini with its dramatic caldera and world-famous sunsets to cosmopolitan Mykonos and diverse Crete, you’ll have a wealth of fantastic places to visit in Greece. See our full list of where to go in Greece.

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    Continuously inhabited for at least 5,000 years, Athens is widely regarded as the birthplace of western civilization. A favorite among archaeology and history enthusiasts, it boasts remarkable ancient ruins and modern delights. 

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    One of the most popular Greek islands, Santorini attracts many romance-seeking couples but it offers something for everyone with colorful beaches, ancient sites, wineries,  world-famous sunsets, and a mouthwatering dining scene.

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    Cosmopolitan Mykonos is known for its chic beach clubs that attract supermodels and yachters, powdery sands, upscale shopping, fine dining, and lively nightlife. Numerous outdoor adventures and historical sites are on offer too.

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    The largest Greek island, Crete offers diverse landscapes with everything from stunning beaches edged by clear turquoise water to towering mountains, while history buffs can explore ancient sites like the Palace of Knossos. 

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    Milos boasts some of the country’s most beautiful beaches. It’s especially renowned for Sarakiniko with a lunar-like landscape featuring smooth, white rock that contrasts magnificently against the brilliant blue of the sea.

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    Naxos offers soft, chalk-white sands and calm, pale turquoise water, scenic mountain trails, historic sites, a fantastic farm- and sea-to-table food scene, and a charming Chora with cobbled streets and whitewashed buildings. 

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Best time to visit Greece

The tourist season in Greece is generally considered to be April through October with July and August the peak months. This is when the islands, Athens, and other popular destinations are packed with tourists, accommodation rates are high, and the weather is the warmest. Many feel the best time to visit Greece is in the late spring or early fall, in May through early June, or late September through mid-October. The weather is pleasant and the crowds are much thinner. November through March is the low season, cooler, wetter, and quieter, though many restaurants and hotels are closed in the islands. 

Check out The Best Time to Travel to Greece for more details.

What to do in Greece

In Greece, you can do everything from sunbathing on white powdery sands and swimming in clear blue waters, sailing and kayaking to hiking mountains and canyons, exploring centuries-old sites, wine tasting, and dining on some of the world’s best cuisine.

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    Visit an ancient world

    Some of the world’s most intriguing ancient sites are in Greece, including 5th-century BC monuments on Acropolis hill like the iconic Parthenon. Discover the magnificent Minoan Palace of Knossos in Crete, get a glimpse of life in 1650 BC at the prehistoric Pompeii-like Akrotiri settlement in Santorini, and much more. 

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    Unwind on beautiful islands

    There are many beautiful Greek islands to unwind on like Santorini with unique vineyards, a dramatic caldera, and beaches in hues of red, black, and white. Mykonos offers many luxury resorts, chic beach clubs, and fine dining venues, while diverse Crete offers it all from sandy beaches to fantastic historical sites.

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    Dine on Greek food

    Greek cuisine is often noted as being some of the world’s best. This top foodie destination offers everything from traditional dishes like moussaka and souvlaki to fresh seafood and artisanal cheeses. Visitors can take gourmet tasting tours to sample many Greek delicacies or take a cooking class to learn to make their own.

Your Greece questions answered

Can I combine different Greek islands on my itinerary?

With their exotic coasts, diverse landscapes, and historical and cultural attractions, choosing just one island for your trip can be a challenge. Fortunately, you don’t have to do that as you can always combine multiple Greek islands to sample some of the best each has to offer. There are not only many ferry connections between neighboring islands, especially between May and September but opportunities for island-hopping cruises. Choosing islands in the same island group, like Santorini, Mykonos, Naxos, and Paros in the Cyclades, makes it easy to squeeze several in one trip.

When is the best time to visit Greece?

Summer is the best time to enjoy beautiful beaches and swimming. For warm water temperatures and a more tranquil atmosphere with fewer tourists, consider the second half of September. For sailing and island-hopping cruises, April through early November is the season, with summer the peak time. Mid to late spring brings lush landscapes and blooming flowers, while mid-September and early October are still great for swimming with more opportunities for quiet seclusion. For a sightseeing-focused trip consider April through mid-May or late September through early November, with typically mild weather and thinner crowds.


Which island is best for couples?

Mykonos and Santorini are the most popular islands for couples with their ideal combination of breathtaking scenery, romantic whitewashed villages, glorious sunsets, fine dining, and luxury sea-view resorts with a chic, sophisticated atmosphere. With well over 200 inhabited islands, they aren’t the only options. There really is no one “best” with plenty of other alluring options. Paros is fabulous too, with beautiful stretches of sand and ancient ruins. Crete, the largest Greek island, is incredibly diverse with everything from wide sandy beaches and hidden coves to rugged canyons, mountains, fascinating history, and mouthwatering cuisine. 

Which Greek island has the best beaches?

Crete offers some of the best sandy beaches in all of Greece along with some of the top beachfront hotels and resorts. Naxos is also known for its beaches with long, powdery sands that include stretches for a wide range of activities as well as more secluded spots. Mykonos offers some great options as well, particularly for those who are looking to party in the summer, while Paros, a bit like a small Mykonos, is also known for its idyllic sandy stretches. Milos, Kefalonia, and Zakynthos are great choices too.

How long should I spend in Greece?

You need at least seven days in order to explore Athens or other historic cities on the mainland combined with time on one of the Greek islands. Ten days to two weeks is even better, as you’ll be able to experience multiple islands at a more relaxed pace. You might take a mainland tour and then head to the sea to discover the Cyclades or perhaps Crete – as such a large, diverse island, offers a little of almost everything all in one place, best experienced with at least five days on its own.

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