Resorts in Greece
Greece is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world, and is said to rake in over fifteen million tourists each year, even though it is a relatively small country, holding about 11 million people. Visitors are often surprised at how regional the country is, with its ancient ruins and outstanding architecture. Popular cities in Greece include, Crete, Kos, Athens and Mykonos.
Places Of Interest
Popular activities in Greece include Snorkling, Climbing tall trees in Pelion and relaxing on its beautiful beaches. But Greece has many tourist attractions that often leave people very stunned at what the country has to offer. The Acropolis of Athens is one of Greece's most important landmarks, the ruins here are magnificent and very popular. The Acropolis museum is also now open for visitors to go and learn all about Greece's history and importance. The old town in Rhodes is a medieval town that has narrow streets, remains of places of worship, and fully restored medieval roads. Why not visit Aqua land in Corfu too? It is said to be one of the best water parks and is fun for all of the family. If you're wanting a party scene, Mykonos is the city to be in. It's funky clubs and wild night life is popular with young holiday makers.
The Greeks love to eat, and they do it well as well as cooking it. You can expect to be cooked up a whole meal of excellent Greek cuisine. A Greek meal will usually be served with bread either with a meal or for starts as part of a fresh tradition. Greek salads, chips and fruit also often compliment a main dish. Main dishes are made up of slowly cooked meats including rabbit and pork.
You must hold a valid passport to enter Greece. For stays of up to three months your passport must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay; you do not need any additional period of validity on your passport beyond this. However, it is always sensible to have a short period of extra validity on your passport in case of any unforeseen delays to your departure.