Greece and her islands
Boasting whitewashed houses, charming fishing villages, hilltop monasteries and a history that stretches back to antiquity, Greece and her islands are the perfect destination
for a holiday whether you are looking for relaxation or exploration.
Our hotels in Greece have been chosen for their great value for money and excellent locations close to all the attractions that this beautiful part of the world has to offer. You can choose from a variety of stays in Halkidiki, Rhodes, Evia, Crete or Corfu...
Unspoilt villages and white sandy beaches
Halkidiki in northern Greece is a bewitching peninsula famous for its crystal clear waters, pure white sandy beaches, remote bays and unspoilt harbour villages. This is the ideal destination for both a relaxing beach holiday and for those wishing to explore the Greek countryside which is peppered with serene monasteries, ancient Greek ruins and prehistoric caves.
Portes Palace Hotel• Oceania Club and Spa
A taste of traditional Greece
Greece’s second largest island after Crete, Evia is generally unspoilt by tourism. The island’s diverse history and landscape combined with its traditional villages scattered throughout the island give you an authentic taste of Greece and a fascinating insight into the history of this beautiful region.
• Hotel Miramare
Greek tavernas and mythology
The largest and most southerly of the Greek islands, Crete is an ideal destination for unwinding in the Mediterranean sunshine. It was the heart of the Minoan kingdom from 2800 to 1450BC, making it the first advanced European civilisation.
• Imperial Belvedere Hotel
Sweeping beaches coupled with colonial architecture
Nestled between the heel of Italy and the west coast of mainland Greece, the verdant island of Corfu features rustic olive groves, magnificent mountains and pretty woodland. Ruled by the British between 1815 and 1864 the island retains its colonial feel. Visit Corfu Town and see its Venetian, French and Georgian architecture, relax on the island’s beaches or explore the beautiful countryside.
• Dassia Chandris Hotel
The ‘Island of Roses’ in the Dodecanese
Rhodes has picturesque sandy beaches and rugged coves complemented by a lush green interior. A ferry journey away from Turkey, Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese islands and offers visitors an appealing mix of relaxation and culture.
• Blue Sea Beach Hotel