Greece

Oia, Santorini

Santorini Fact Sheet For Travellers

Santorini is one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. It’s a small volcanic island only 18km in length and 5km wide, found between the mainland of Greece & Turkey. From any part of the island you won’t be more than 3km from the sea. Seasons The holiday season in Santorini starts from late March and finishes in early November. Peak season is July & August, and the best time to visit Santorini for a beach holiday is July…

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Elounda Bay Palace, Crete

Price includes: Flights from Bristol Half board Classic room mountain view Private taxi transfers Regional airports are also available. From £798 per person Elounda Bay palace A member of the ‘Leading Hotels of the World’, with a fine attention to detail combined with a personalised service. Elounda Bay Palace offers a superb choice of luxury accommodation with two hotel buildings and bungalows interspersed within the grounds, as well as bungalows with pools. Overlooking two sandy beaches, this very attractive property…

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Greece tourist tax

New Greece Tourist Tax

A new accommodation tax comes into effect in Greece with effect from 1st January 2018. The new tax has been enacted by the Greek government as part of their austerity measures. Visitors to Greece and the islands will be required to pay the tax at their accommodation on arrival. The tax ranges from 50 cents to €4 per night as follows: Apartments – 50 cents per night 1 and 2 star hotels – 50 cents per night 3 star hotels…

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Greek Island hopping

The Greek Islands offer stunning scenery, incredible weather and a boatload of culture and history. We love the look of this trip, because it covers 4 of the “Must-do” islands over two weeks in luxurious 4 star hotels. Days 1 to 5 You’ll fly direct to Santorini from a number of UK regional airports and be transferred to your 4 star hotel where you’ll enjoy bed and breakfast accommodation for 5 nights. Santorini is simply beautiful and is a truly…

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Rethymno, Crete

We visited the town of Rethymno during our Crete trip, and if, like me, you enjoy pretty places with plenty of history, then you should add it to your “places I want to go” list. We had an unnerving experience when we arrived in the town. There are several car parks on the edge of the old town, but we struggled to find a space. Don’t do what we did, which was to try to get into the town with…

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