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It is a well-known fact that Cyprus is surrounded by the deepest blue-green and sparkling waters of the world! The island is packed with small secluded bays but also crowded cosmopolitan beaches, suiting all its visitors’ tastes and moods! There is nothing better than holidaying on the island and hopping the beaches dotting its glorious coastline!
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Undeniably, the island of Crete is famed as being the perfect destination for your holidays. The splendid Cretan island contains everything in making your holidays memorable. The island will surely not disappoint its visitors and is known to suit every person’s taste. Some of the most beautiful attractions in Crete are its natural treasures which are worth visiting! Crete has amazing natural spots, so all you nature lovers out there get ready to explore the island’s natural beauty!
Located between west coast of Greece and southernmost part of Italy, Corfu Island is one of the most visited islands in Greece and Europe as a whole.The island boasts of amazing attraction sites that include green natural mountainous regions, steep mountains, sandy beaches and ancient villages as well as other historical features. One of the best things about this island is that its tourist attraction sites are spread out evenly allover the island. As such, each corner of the island has something to offer in terms of scenic beauty and great historical features. While on a vacation on the island you may want to consider:
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Mykonos' history goes back as 7.000 years, today the island features modern infrastructure, labeled and awarded sandy beaches, lots of sunshine, crazy nightlife, mesmerizing landscapes, picturesque alleys and of course an international airport.
Mykonos constitutes a harmonious common ground for both famous stars who enjoy publicity and you who wish to enjoy every moment of your life!
In this island your entertainment options are countless, yet there is only one authentic cosmopolitan accommodation...Mykonos Theoxenia.
Paphos is one of the most culturally significant cities on the entire island of Cyprus. It is also one of the fastest growing tourism destinations along the southern coast and plays home to some of the most unique and historically influential sites in the Eastern Mediterranean. Throw in a healthy dose of picturesque characteristic pebble stone beaches and a lively nightlife and you've got the makings of quite a vacation spot. Follow these steps to plan your visit and find out exactly what all the talk is about before the secret gets out.
There are two main options for arriving in Paphos. The airport is the second largest on the island recently expanding to include a new terminal. There are numerous inbound flights available from Europe and the Ukraine. The second option is to take the scenic route and arrive directly in the port of Paphos by ship. Several cruise companies offer port into Paphos including a pirate themed sailing adventure based on the island offered by the Jolly Roger company.
Seaside hotels are plentiful in all coastal beach towns. However the Louis King Jason luxury hotel apartments is a welcome twist on that theme. Located within a quiet residential neighborhood your visit will feel more like a home away from home than a pricey vacation rental. They offer suites and condos with amazing sea views and encompassing Mediterranean themes. Surrounded by red tiled Grecian rooftops and manicured gardens all within easy walking distance of most local attractions.
For something slightly different Seven St. George’s is a completely different type of experience. The menu at George’s does not technically exist. The restaurant serves a daily selection of fresh seafood, homegrown vegetables and organic ingredients. George also makes his own wines. The portions here aren’t just plentiful, the staff will continue to bring you food until you are finished. George is renowned for his innovation in recipe preparation which revolves mostly around traditional Grecian recipes.
The list of attractions in the city of Paphos is nearly endless. The many local villages near the city offer a unique insight into the culture that inhabits the island. The wineries produce distinct varieties of wines that are not available anywhere else in the world. The numerous ruins that dot the countryside reveal the religious and cultural evolution of the island.
The old Castle in port saw the entire history of Paphos unfold before it plays central roles in many of the most significant changes. Coral Beach is one of the locals favorite places on the island. The long stretches of pebble strewn coastline are almost entirely undeveloped and accompanied to the west by endless azure and aquamarine seas that stretch far into the distance. For a truly memorable experience find yourself here at sunset and experience one of the true wonders of nature the same way the ancients did.
There is no real bad time to visit the island. The warm months last from March into November. The lowest temperatures average near the high 60s Fahrenheit. Tourism is highest during predictable patterns in this area. The best time to visit Paphos is when you have the time to truly explore the city and its magnificent character. There are so many things to see that no matter how long you stay, you will long to return.
Whenever you visit the ancient land of Greece, you will find a beautiful country full of friendly welcoming people and you are sure to have a good time. The cultural and historical attractions will have history buffs watering at the mouth and many areas have scenery that is to die for not matter what month you go. However, depending on what you are looking for, you may want to choose when you visit Greece carefully in order to get the most out of your time there.
Winter - For the most part, the climate in Greece is mild even in the winter though the mountainous region to the north does have short summers and harsh winters. In southern Greece, winter temperatures are usually mild, averaging between 13 and 16 Celsius in the capitol, Athens.
By the end of October the islands become much quieter and many facilities begin to close for the winter. However if you are visiting Athens or the mainland you can see all the sites and attractions while enjoying cooler but still warm weather.
This time of year is not a popular time to visit Greece though prices are much cheaper everywhere during the months between November and March. While the summer attractions such as the beaches are not an option, cultural pursuits are still available and you could even go skiing in the mountains, a popular activity with many Greek people.
In the summer, temperatures average between 30 – 35 degrees centigrade and at their peak can go as high as 38. However in many parts of the country especially on the islands, a prevailing north wind known as meltemi makes the temperatures more bearable and cools things down in the evening considerably.
If you like big crowds and very hot weather, the best time to go is in the high season which is between July and August. People pour into the country from all over the world so it’s best to book everything well in advance including your activities for your stay where possible as facilities do become strained at this time of year.
For many tourists, the best time to visit Greece is in the early season, sometime between April and June or late season, between September and October. During these months, the crowds are relatively low, services and facilities are more readily available and everything tends to be cheaper but the weather is still very comfortable.
If you visit in the spring, you may be around for the Orthodox Easter celebrations, which takes place around the same time as in non-Orthodox countries (but not exactly). During this time, there are ceremonies, precessions and traditional customs that you can observe and in many cases take part in which can give a real flavour for life in Greece as the people there celebrate their most important religious holiday. However, travelling at this time will be difficult as many people return to their hometowns to celebrate with loved ones and during the holiday period, most official buildings are closed.
Few places in the world can boast a cultural heritage as rich and as long as Greece’s and its importance to the history of Europe cannot be overstated. As a result, the museums, archaeological sites and historical attractions in the country are seemingly endless and many of them are situated on the islands. This allows for a combination of intellectual exploration coupled with a holiday that offers some of the best beaches and scenery to be found anywhere in the Mediterranean, and helps make Greece one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
The historically significant sites in Greece are too numerous to name but some of the most important include;
There are literally thousands of beaches to choose from in Greece, many of which are on the country’s 227 inhabited islands. There is a lot to do on the islands including sun bathing in idyllic temperatures and bathing in perfect waters. As well as this, some offer stunning geological and natural scenery such as Santorini and others have a nightlife that can rival places like Ibiza, such as Mykonos. If it’s water sports you are looking for, many of the islands offer great opportunities for this and as one of the most picturesque places on earth, it is also a great destination for romance.
If you love visiting sites with historical significance but also want to spend time on a beautiful beach or soaking up a party atmosphere, several places in Greece can accommodate.
Taking a holiday in Zante is one of the best choices that you can make. Not only does it have many different things for individuals to enjoy, it’s also a great place to take your entire family. The scenery is great and it’s filled with tons of exciting attractions. The Venetian architecture gives it a unique and charming look that will capture your heart from the first time you see it. It truly is one of the best holiday spots that you can visit, and for many reasons. Let’s talk a bit more about some of the attractions and fun that you can have in Zante.
One of the biggest attractions in Zante is the beaches. There are some absolutely gorgeous beaches in this region that are certain to please. No visit is complete without visiting Smuggler's Cove. It's considered to be one of the most photographed beaches in the islands of Greece. Another must see location within Zante is Shipwreck bay. This region is the home of an ancient ship that was washed up on the beach. It's certainly a wonderful sight to see. No matter what type of scenery you’re looking for, it’s likely that you’ll find something in Zante to suit your needs.
Zante is known for its very exciting nightlife, and there's never a shortage of party goers. No matter what you're into, it's certain that there's something for you. Dancing, drinking, partying and all around fun is what you'll find when you visit this area. There are really tons of different nightclubs in the region, so you won't have to visit the same one twice. The primary age group of the people who visit nightclubs in the region of Zante is around 20-30. Zante is certainly a non-stop party area, so you will never run into a dull moment.
Just because Zante has a big nightclub scene doesn't mean that you should be weary of bringing your family with you. There are many family friendly attractions to check out while you're in Zante. Spend a day at the beach and take in the beautiful scenery or check out many of the stunning resorts. You really can't go wrong when you make the choice to holiday in Zante, it is a location that is filled with fun, excitement, beauty and many other things. Don’t hesitate; take the opportunity to treat yourself to the holiday of a lifetime!