5 of the most beautiful destinations in Greece, preferred by Romanians!
Greece is in the top 3 countries preferred by Romanians. There are many destinations in Greece where thousands of Romanians arrive every year. It is no longer a secret that over 1.2 million Romanians choose to spend their summer vacation in one of the famous Greek destinations. There are many resorts, some more beautiful and popular than others, both on the mainland and in the many islands of Greece.
According to information provided by the platform Quick Sell, between 01.01.2022 - 10.05.2022, Romanians searched the most tourist packages in Greece.
Normally and logically, the most accessible coastal destinations in Greece are those on the mainland. It is very easy to travel by car, bus or plane because there are charters and frequent flights to Athens or Thessaloniki.
However, thanks to charter flights or water transfers, it is also easy to travel to the islands of the Greek archipelago.
The most beautiful destinations in Greece, preferred by Romanians!
Paralia Katerini Resort
Paralia Katerini is one of the most beloved resorts in Greece, located on the Olympus Riviera. It is appreciated in terms of the combination of mountains and sea. Passengers can travel to Paralia Katerini by car, bus or plane to Thessaloniki (and transfer to the resort).
The beaches of Paralia Katerini are golden sand. You can opt for areas with sunbeds and umbrellas or unorganized, left free for those who want to go with the sheet. The tourist season lasts 6 months in Paralia Katerini, from May to October. Temperatures range from 20-25 degrees at the end of the season and can rise to 30-33 degrees in the middle of the summer season.
Paralia Katerini is a favorite destination of many tourists and in terms of tourist attractions in the region. You can go to Mount Olympus National Park; St. Dionysius Monastery; St. Paraschevi Church; Meteora and more.
Halkidiki is another popular destination among Romanians. It is a complex destination where you can relax on the beach, enjoy various sports activities or cultural visits. Halkidiki can be reached by car, bus or plane to Thessaloniki.
The Halkidiki area is also recognized as "Poseidon's trident" due to the three arms of Kassandra, Sithonia and Athos. Here you can find 3 *, 4 * and even 5 * hotels, as well as numerous villas, houses and bungalows.
There are also some in Halkidiki the most beautiful beaches in Greece: Chrousso, Kavourotripes, Possidi, Karydi, Kriaritsi, Kallikrateia, Alykes, Gerakini, Trani Ammouda and Komitsa.
Thassos is one of the largest and most beautiful islands in Greece, but also one of the most preferred by Romanians. According to information provided by the platform Quick Sell, Thassos is the first place in the top destinations in Greece where Romanians are looking for accommodation.
In Thassos you will find many award-winning Blue Flag beaches, including Golden Beach, Skala Prinos, Pefkari, Makriamos and Limenas. They have fine sand, bathed by the crystal clear waters of the Aegean Sea.
At the same time, those passionate about adventure and nautical fun can practice parasailing, water skiing, jet skiing, scuba diving and snorkeling. The average temperature in the summer season is 26-27 degrees, Thassos being a rocky island.
Chania area, Crete
Another exceptional destination preferred by Romanians is Chania on the island of Crete (the largest island in Greece). From Romania there are numerous flights arriving at Chania (Crete) airport, but in the island of Crete can be reached and by car or coach.
Famous for its beautiful beaches and wild countryside, the region of Chania, the westernmost part of the island of Crete, is becoming very popular in summer. Don't miss the old town of Chania, with its Venetian port and lighthouse. Take a walk around the city and get lost in time. Among the most beautiful beaches in Chania are Balos, Elafonissi and Falassarna. In terms of activities, visitors can experience hiking in the Samaritan Gorge, bungee jumping on the Aradena Bridge or windsurfing in Elafonissi.
Paleokastrite Zone, Corfu
Paleokastritsa is probably the most famous picturesque village on the island of Corfu, located 23 km northwest of Corfu Town. The word Paleokastritsa literally means old fortress, witnessing the existence of such a castle on the rocky cave where the Virgo Monastery is now located.
Paleokastritsa offers a multitude of local taverns overlooking the blue bay and six sandy and pebble beaches that are scattered throughout the area. These beaches are surrounded by olive groves, creating a unique but beautiful landscape.