WHAT TO DO AND SEE
There are hundred of activities in Greece, from a simple walking tour or wine tasting to traditional vineyards to extreme bungee jumping. Activities that can be combined to each other during a short or a long haul trip to Greece! This country combines both mountainous areas to sandy beaches. You can see the archeological excavations and well kept ruins to morden museums, to small unspoiled islands. Rich flora and fauna and even richer sea world is spread all around Greece.
WHAT TO EAT
The Greeks have had a love affair with food as old as millenia. Greeks often spend their mid day meal discussing whats on the menu for dinner. The variety of Attica’s cuisine reflects the varied geography of the region. With a coastline well over 150 kilometres long, one can expect to find excellent fish and sea food at many seaside locations ,such as the small, picturesque port of Mikrolimano. Each island has its own specialite. Each season has its own vegetables and fruits. Each celebration has its own tastes. Do not hesitate to taste everything the locals offer, what they suggest and the way they cook it. For a highly cosmopolitan evening out, you can choose one of many restaurants and bistros and there is also dozens of traditional small tarvenas and koutoukia in the streets.
From the ancient means of going from A to B (known as legs) to all morden contraptions, Greece has it all. You can travel around the country easily by train, car, airplane or ferry. Greece has a well organised public transport system, however, all around the country you can also find transportation. Almost all of the 165 inhabited islands of Greece can be easily combined with mainland Greece and international airports.