Greece

Brilliant white houses hanging over a sea so blue it blends with the sky, a culture whose lust for life is legendary and the vestiges of an epic past: Greece is a paradise in more ways than one. Overlooking Athens, birthplace of democracy and philosophy, the Parthenon’s columns remain as awe-inspiring as ever, and the caryatids of the Erechtheron as lovely. Stay in luxury in the idyllic Cyclades, where an inland landscape of pines, olive groves plunges into the sea in soaring white cliffs. Take a boat ride to almost uninhabited Delos, the tiny island birthplace of Apollo and Artemis, and marvel at the fantastic temple ruins. And for those who like to mix a little partying with their sea and sun, Mykonos’s nightlife is legendary. Crete’s wild, craggy hills are interspersed with canyons and grottoes—including Dikteon Cave where the baby Zeus was hidden from his cannibal father—and form a backdrop to the ruins of King Minos’s palace at Knossos. Relax in this sun-bleached paradise of intensely blue waters and perfect sunsets and discover the Greek art de vivre: emphasis on refined simple pleasures and a truly Mediterranean cuisine.

Greece

Brilliant white houses hanging over a sea so blue it blends with the sky, a culture whose lust for life is legendary and the vestiges of an epic past: Greece is a paradise in more ways than one. Overlooking Athens, birthplace of democracy and philosophy, the Parthenon’s columns remain as awe-inspiring as ever, and the caryatids of the Erechtheron as lovely. Stay in luxury in the idyllic Cyclades, where an inland landscape of pines, olive groves plunges into the sea in soaring white cliffs. Take a boat ride to almost uninhabited Delos, the tiny island birthplace of Apollo and Artemis, and marvel at the fantastic temple ruins. And for those who like to mix a little partying with their sea and sun, Mykonos’s nightlife is legendary. Crete’s wild, craggy hills are interspersed with canyons and grottoes—including Dikteon Cave where the baby Zeus was hidden from his cannibal father—and form a backdrop to the ruins of King Minos’s palace at Knossos. Relax in this sun-bleached paradise of intensely blue waters and perfect sunsets and discover the Greek art de vivre: emphasis on refined simple pleasures and a truly Mediterranean cuisine.
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