Winter Holidays in Greece

Don’t miss a chance to visit Greece in winter. This country offers a unique combination of insightful tours, active winter sports, and diverse entertainment that provide positive emotions and good mood.

The mild climate of this amazing country is a true gift for all fans of winter vacations. You will not feel bored in Greece, as this country is full of entertainment and diverse attractions.
It is no surprise that the number of tourists wishing to visit Greece in winter increases steadily. Winter in Greece is amazing. Despite the stereotype that Greece is worth visiting only from May to September, there are plenty of reasons to visit in the winter. The nature of Greece, its beautiful sites, and gorgeous atmosphere are particularly fascinating in winter. Clear mountain air, fascinating landscapes, and, of course, extensive infrastructure let you enjoy your rest.

Photo: depositphotos.com

Photo: depositphotos.com

If you like active sport, Greece can offer you first-class ski resorts. Although they don’t have the popularity of the European ones, the quality of trails and hospitality of staff are no less.
Greece will be extremely interesting for fans of insightful travel. There are plenty of fascinating tour programs, including visits to sites of archeological excavations and ancient cities. This is a captivating journey to the world of centuries-long culture and history, the world of myths and mysteries.

If you visit Greece in winter, you should visit traditional Carnivals, like Apokries. The abandoned hilarity of the holiday and fun masquerade will not leave you indifferent.
These festivals are held throughout the country and take place every February. This holiday has no age limits so that you can visit it with the whole family, friends. Don’t miss a chance to take part in a bright fancy-dress event. Though the festivals are held throughout the whole country, these are the most popular cities that bring in tourists from all parts of the world: Ksanfi, Naus, Grevena, Thebes and the island of Chios.

Mediterranean seacoast in winter. Nea Moudania, Halkidiki peninsula, Greece. Photo: depositphotos.com

Mediterranean seacoast in winter. Nea Moudania, Halkidiki peninsula, Greece. Photo: depositphotos.com

Of course, in speaking of Greece in the winter, it is necessary to mention shopping, the well-known sales, and, naturally, purchase of a fur coat in the most beautiful city of the country Kastorya – situated on the banks of picturesque Lake Orestiada. Similar “entertainments” are available throughout the year. In winter and summer, shop tours can be combined with any other type of rest, making your trip to Greece not only pleasant but also useful.

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