Zakynthos is one of the most popular tourist destinations of our times and for good reason. The island’s most fascinating attraction is its breathtaking natural beauty that captivates all travellers in a heartbeat. Amongst the island’s favourite natural landmarks are the godly-like Blue Caves!
History lovers will not be disappointed when visiting the beautiful city of Limassol as it offers a wide range of astonishing museums tourists can enjoy. Two of the most popular are the Folklore Art Museum and Limassol’s Medieval Museum.
Zakynthos, the green covered island, is said to have been preferred by the Greek Gods Artemis and Apollo. Once you visit the Greek Ionian Island you will instantly fall in love with its unmatched beauty. Its magical golden-sandy beaches, emerald waters, hidden sea caves, breathtaking sunsets and wonderful culture satisfy the eyes and souls of even the most discerning travellers.
Located on the hilltop of Analipsis Hill in Kanoni, Corfu’s marvellous Mon Repos Palace is one of the most favoured and visited tourist attractions of the island. Archaeologists believe that the palace was constructed in the area where the ancient city of the island used to stand because the remains and ruins of the ancient city are located right across the palace.
Are you ready to plunge into Mykonos’ traditional world? Head for Ano Mera, the island’s most populated village. The dominating Cycladic architecture transports all visitors to the island’s timeless past.