The 10 most famous tourist attractions in Greece.

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Greece is a versatile, cosmopolitan country of contrasts. Recognized as the land of the ancient gods, the Greeks combine the modern with the traditional, history with the future, the mountain with the sea, fun with piety. We believe that there is an island, a beach, a resort for every man on this planet, regardless of his pretensions.

Greece can be an ideal destination for: a relaxing stay on the beach; an exploratory city break; for water sports and water sports; for fun; but also for humility.

We have presented 10 of the most beautiful and attractive islands of Greece. We talked about the Greek coast and brought to your attention 10 of the most famous and awarded beaches in Greece. And in this article we want to tell you briefly about the most popular attractions that have made Greece world famous. It's a subjective choice, so we urge you to tell us about the tourist attractions in Greece that you really appreciate.

The most popular tourist attractions in Greece.


The most cosmopolitan destination in the Greek islands, Mykonos (Chora) is, in fact, a picturesque city in the Cyclades Islands, with narrow streets and whitewashed houses. City famous for its beautiful beaches, but also for its nightlife. hosts dozens of bars, taverns and nightclubs.


Athos mountain

The peninsula is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The "Holy Mountain" is home to many monasteries and about 2000 monks. Women are NOT allowed to step on the ground on Mount Athos, and men MUST apply for a special permit from the Patriarchate and can stay for a maximum of 4 days.

Women and men can sail around Mount Athos (these are trips that are organized from tourist resorts) and thus can see the monasteries and other tourist attractions, but from a distance of 500 meters (this is the distance allowed for women).


Mytras is located near the legendary Sparta and was the capital of the Peloponnese in the 14th and 15th centuries. The place remained deserted during the Ottoman period and completely abandoned in 1832, leaving only the medieval ruins of unique beauty, in a fairytale landscape.



Medieval settlement located on the island of Rhodes, the fortress consists of a network of cobbled streets with white-painted houses. Above the city is the Acropolis of Lindos, which offers a spectacular view of the surroundings. Lindos and Saint Pauls beaches are a few minutes ’walk from the city center.

 Samaria Canyon

With a length of 16 kilometers, the canyon is located in the southwestern part of the island of Crete. Hiking is popular for tourists. The trip lasts between 4 and 7 hours, depending on the chosen difficulty, and crosses vertical rocks through the mountains, with the destination Agia Roumeli, a city with access to the Libyan Sea.

Samaria-Greece canyon
 Samaria Canyon

Delphi Theater

In ancient times, Delphi was the center of the Greek religion, the site of the sanctuary and oracle of Apollo. The ancient theater of Delphi was built on a hill to offer spectators a view of the entire sanctuary. It was built in the 4th century and can accommodate up to 5000 spectators.


6 monasteries located at the top of some rock columns - Meteora. The first monastery was built in the 14th century, and access was difficult, requiring high stairs or nets to lift people, food or necessities. The risk was very high because the thin ropes were changed only when "they were broken by the will of the Lord."


The Parthenon in Athens

Located on the top of the Acropolis in Athens, it is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Greece. Construction began in 447 BC, replacing the old temple. Construction was completed in 432 BC. Over time, the Parthenon was a temple, fortress, church, mosque and weapons store.


The island is known for its divine views, sensational sunsets, but also for specific houses painted in white and blue. Fira, the island's capital, combines Venetian and Cycladic architecture with narrow, cobbled streets lined with shops, taverns and cafes, rocky hotels that offer a unique view of the island and the bay.


The White Tower of Thessaloniki

The White Tower survived the long Ottoman occupation, when the Turks fortified the city walls against possible attacks from the sea. At the beginning of the XNUMXth century, when Greece gained independence, the tower was painted white as a symbol of a new beginning.

But Greece it has many more tourist attractions that are worth discovering. Let's not forget Mount Olympus, the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens, the Palace of Knossos, the Temple of Zeus, the mountain and bathtub of Zeus and much more.

What are the tourist attractions you have visited and recommended?

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