Greece is a country of beautiful contradictions, a constant journey in time, from the present to the past and back again.
ATHENS:- The greatest and finest sanctuary of ancient Athens, dedicated primarily to its patron, the goddess Athena, dominates the centre of the modern city from the rocky crag known as the Acropolis The Greek capital is Athens which is a city of contradictions.
SANTORINI:- Santorini is a small, circular archipelago of volcanic islands located in the southern Aegean Sea, about 200 km (120 mi) southeast from Greece's mainland.
MYKONOS:- The guardian Lions dedicated by the Naxians to the Sanctuary of Apollo. Delos was the birthplace of Apollo. The number of lions is estimated to be between 9-16. They were according to a description with their mouths open & (silent) roaring set to inspire a divine fear to the worshippers.
CRETE:- The monastery of Arkadi an Eastern Orthodox monastery, situated on a fertile plateau 14 mi (23 km) to the southeast of Rethymnon on the island of Crete. The monastery played an active role in the Cretan resistance of Ottoman rule during the Cretan revolt in 1866
DELPHI:- Central among the number of imposing ruins that are interspersed on the Southern slopes of Parnassos mountain is the temple of Apollo.
CORFU:- Chalikounas Beach (sometimes spelt Halikounas Beach) is a hidden treasure. Away from the main tourist beaches Chalikounas Beach exposes it's beauty.
RHODES:- The city of Rhodes is one of the biggest municipalities in the Greek islands. It is the financial and cultural center of the south eastern Aegean and successfully combines a lively present with a rich historical past
KOS:- On the coastal road passing through Psalidi in the Agios Fokas region some 12 km from Kos Town these sulpher springs feed into a rock pool, where the hot water from the spring mixes with the cooler water from the sea to produce a warm therapeutic bath!