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Holiday rentals in Greece

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  1. Entire villa
  2. Kathisma Beach

WAVE TWIN 1 INFINITY VILLA Νεόκτιστο το 2021 με πόστο στην δυτική ακτή της Λευκάδας προσφέρει από όλους τους εσωτερικούς και εξωτερικούς χώρους απεριόριστο θέαμα την θάλασσα και Δύση του ηλίου στον ορίζοντα. 5 λεπτά με τα πόδια από την περίφημη παραλία Κάθισμα που προσφέρει ποικιλία σε εστιατόρια, beach-bar & άλλες δραστηριότητες αποτελώντας έτσι έναν μοναδικό συνδυασμό από ζωντάνια & προσωπικού χώρου. Το περιτειχισμένο συγκρότημα τριών βιλών έχει προτεραιότητα την πολυτέλεια & ιδιωτικότητα.

  1. Entire villa
  2. Chania
Minoas Sky Villa Heated Pool

Nuzzled in a gorgeous setting, above the sun kissed beach of Georgioupolis in Crete, Minoas Villas captures the essence of chic and luxurious living only few minutes away from the shimmering sea. Built amphitheatrically with direct sea views, this exceptional built Villas, member of the HotelPraxis Group evokes the island’s Cretan spirit and cosmopolitan charm in its elegant environs while ensuring a holiday beyond comparison.

  1. Cycladic home
  2. Thira

I-Sol is an isolated house in the center of the traditional village of Akrotiri! It has a two level outdoor! At the first level where is the entrance of the house you can relax on the dinning couch watching the caldera view! At the second level you will enjoy the sun and a 270 degrees view including the volcano relaxing at many choices such us the jacuzzi or the big sun beds or a couch or Acapulco style lounge chairs. Inside the house is a fully equipped kitchen , bathroom and two bedrooms!

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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Athina
Private plunge pool, top floor Syntagma apartment
  1. Hotel room
  2. Naxos
Studios Petros, Apartment in Naxos Town
  1. Dome
  2. Kroustas
Traditional Windnga Milos
  1. Entire villa
  2. Lourdata
Villa Edge
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Kampos
Ktima Kampos, Nefeli
  1. Entire villa
  2. Corfu
Stunning 3 Bedroom Sea View Luxury Villa in Sinies
  1. Treehouse
  2. Zakynthos
Kaliva Treehouse
  1. Entire home
  2. Drimonas
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Athina
Discover the history of Athens from a modern, bright apartment
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Rodos
Central 1bedroom apt by the sea
  1. Tiny home
  2. Agios Dimitrios
The Garden Room, 50m from beach, unique property.
  1. Cycladic home
  2. Rethymno
Amara Villa III - 100m to beach, gym, sauna & pool

Your guide to Greece

All About Greece

From the fragrant orange groves, dramatic mountain landscapes, and ancient monuments of the mainland to rugged pebble beaches, stone-built fishing villages, and island caves, Greece is a popular destination for a reason. At this birthplace of the Olympic games, you’ll find hallmarks of the country’s fascinating history at every turn. Make a trip to the ancient amphitheatre of Epidaurus on the Peloponnese peninsula, or look out over Athens from the world-famous Acropolis.

There are more than 200 islands to explore in Greece, from the traditional windmills and trailing vines of Mykonos to Santorini’s picturesque whitewashed buildings and ocean-blue rooftops. Greek cuisine blends hearty grilled meat dishes with salty olives and crumbly feta cheese, while sweet treats often feature glossy honey flavoured with local flora and crunchy chopped nuts.

Outdoors enthusiasts are spoiled for choice with 10 awe-inspiring national parks and two marine parks, while water sports and many of the islands’ excellent diving opportunities are a big draw.

How do I get around Greece?

With 15 international airports covering the mainland and a host of islands, villas in Greece are easy to reach. While access to the nation’s most frequented international airports such as Athens International Airport (AIA), bear in mind that direct island flights are often seasonal, and ferries are also a lot less frequent in the winter months. When the weather warms up, all but the most remote spots are easy to reach by boat — choose from high-speed vessels, standard ferries, and overnight routes with cabins. On the mainland, buses are an easy option between major destinations, and the train network combines faster inter-city services with slower regional options. For more flexibility to explore, rental cars, bikes, and scooters are easy to access.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Greece?

The biggest event in the Greek calendar is Orthodox Easter. Join in the all-consuming celebrations and make sure you don’t leave before the days of feasting start. Be prepared for high temperatures at villas and apartments in Greece over the peak summer months — sunscreen and hats are vital. Once the summer visitors head home, coastal and island resorts in particular can see many restaurants and facilities shut down until the following spring, with November marking the start of stripped-back ferry services and snow a possibility on the mainland over the next few months. Sailing enthusiasts and visitors planning yacht trips will find the shoulder seasons most rewarding, with winds picking up over the summer and temperatures too low over the winter.

What are the top things to do in Greece?


Hop on a ferry from Athens for a day, winding your way around Syros’ delightful alleyways. The remains of textile and granary stores hint at the island’s heritage, while birdsong, bougainvillea, and zigzagging butterflies fill the air. Look out for the messages Greek sailors once carved into the rocks.

Panta Vrexei

Winter rafting is popular at this deep canyon on the mainland. When the water level drops in warmer weather, visitors head here for its breathtaking rock formations and otherworldly waterfalls. Abundant flora, rugged cliff faces, and clear, shallow waters create a peaceful oasis.


Head to Sifnos hungry — you won’t regret it. Peruse the seafront eateries and settle down for a low-key feast of slowly roasted traditional fare. If you’re keen to recreate the experience when you’re back at home, visit one of the island’s potteries and pick up an earthenware pot. And don’t forget dessert — delicate almond is a popular flavour here.