About Mainland Greece
The mainland of Greece has so much to offer the visitor: world-renowned classical sites, fabulous beaches, fantastic scenery and many out-of-the-way, still-traditional villages.
As the range of places to visit is so diverse we recommend a fly drive. In one holiday you can take in the ancient site of Delphi, marvel at the impossibly high monasteries at Meteora and escape to unspoilt Epirus. This is only one suggestion of course - on our website you'll find several examples of fly drive itineraries, designed to make the most of your time in Greece. We can also arrange a completely tailor made itinerary if we know the sort of places you wish to include (or exclude).
If you prefer not to drive we offer fully guided tours on the Greek mainland.
In recent years our trekking programme has become extremely popular. We highly recommend this different type of holiday experience, you'll see the Greece that many don't see as well as enjoying gorgeous scenery, fresh air and tasty local food.
If you are a lover of Greek food (and wine) then why not book yourself onto our small group tour 'Flavours of Northern Greece'. Led by local guides you will learn about the cuisine of the region as well as visiting some of the lovely places in the area.
Cities to visit
Ancient capital, modern(ish) canal - a suitable base for exploring the region's ancient sites.
Home to the most famous oracle of ancient times, Delphi surely has one of the most spectaular settings of any archaeological site in the country.
This quiet port town is within driving distance to Delphi; an alternative stopover for those visiting the ancient site.
Calling all nature lovers! A chance to go off the beaten track to see fantastic scenery, forests & rivers.
Monasteries perched on top of towering rocks - this World Heritage site is so impressive it simply has to be included on any trip to mainland Greece.
This stone-built village sits on the slopes of Mount Pindos and on the edge of the National Park.
Hotels to visit
W Wright (UK), November, 2021
R Tookey, UK, Sept 2016
P Thomson, UK, August 2016
K Patel,UK, Sept 2015
K Cartwright, UK, June, 2015