Elafonissos is a small island, off the coast of Southern Peloponnese. The most renowned natural landmark of Elafonissos is undoubtedly the beach of Simos. A narrow stretch of land marks the division between small Simos and Large Simos.
It is hypothesised that the site of Olympia has been inhabited since 3,000 BC but it became of great importance during classical times, from around 776 BC to 394 AD, because this is where the Olympic Games were held every four years.
The Greek island of Samothrace is located in the North-East Aegean. Nature in Samothrace has remained largely unspoiled and the island is visited by numerous people all over the world looking to enjoy its pristine scenery.
Zakynthos (Zante) is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea, 20 Km off the mainland coast. Zakynthos’ beaches provide nesting ground for loggerhead turtles, the Caretta-Caretta.
Crete is the largest Greek island with an area of 8,336 km2 (3,219 mi2) and is Greece’s Southernmost administrative periphery, standing in the crossroad between the African and the European continents. The island of Crete exhibits natural and geographical diversity from mountains of considerable altitude with to coasts full of beaches. Cretan culture is very ...