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Chania is a charming port town full of character with a colourful blend of architecture, predominantly Venetian, and a lively café culture.
Visitors have a selection of accommodation to choose from, from luxury hotels and resorts to campgrounds and youth hostels.
There is a wealth of natural and historical sites to be explored and a diverse range of activities and excursions available.
A stroll through the central market is a must with an assortment of fresh local produce.
Along the narrow streets, discover tiny workshops and experience traditional crafts such as cobblery, pottery, woodworking, barrel making, chair lacing, embroidery and weaving.
Greece is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in art, architecture and history, or for nature enthusiasts. In addition to rich historical offerings it has gorgeous coastlines and mountains.
Kos is renowned as a vibrant party island with its numerous bars and clubs. But one of the best things to do there is visit the island’s stunning beaches.
Tigaki Beach is a 10km sandy beach and therefore the most popular. However, it is said that the most beautiful is Kefalos Beach, where you can enjoy watersports and swim to a rocky island in the sea where the Monastery of Agios Nikolaos is located.
Other favourites include the water parks in Mastichari and its long sandy beach, lined by traditional taverns, or Kos Thermes, a pebble beach adorned by hot springs.
Kos also offers the discerning tourist some of the best archaeological sites in the Mediterranean.
Greece is a popular destination with something for all the family. The birthplace of the Olympic Games, it is a huge attraction to thousands of visitors from around the world every year.
Araxos Patras is renowned for its colourful Carnival season and how it has preserved the performances of ancient Greek theatre, held every year in February-March.
Patras is one of the best examples of a true Greek city. The wide array of special events, exhibits, festivals, and various ongoing presentations continue to delight large numbers of travellers annually, all of which have been designed to show the city of Patras at its best.
Patras is also well known for the wines produced by the Achaia Clauss wine factory.
Greece is a perfect holiday destination well known for its culture, heritage, warm weather and sandy beaches.
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