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Ancient Ruins, Mykonos, Paros & Santorini

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Our classic tour of Greece, including the main historical sights, combined with a Greek island-hopping adventure to discover the natural beauty of Mykonos, Paros and Santorini!

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Greek Trips & Holiday Packages

Greece has captured the hearts of travelers for centuries with its spectacular views, rich history, and vibrant cities. Our Greek trips offer the opportunity to explore ancient ruins, stunning beaches, and breathtaking landscapes. 

With Exoticca Travel, you can make the most of your break away with our all-inclusive solutions. Our Greek holiday packages include flights, hotels, tours, and transfers, so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the journey. 

Whether you're looking for adventure, relaxation, or a romantic trip for two, your Greek trip is guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience. 

Trips to Greece from the UK


Our Greek trips boast picturesque islands, crystal-clear waters, and iconic landmarks. Greece is a destination that offers something for everyone


Exoticca offers various Greece holiday packages that cater to different interests and preferences. Whether you're looking for a romantic honeymoon escape, a family-friendly adventure, or a solo exploration, we have a package that will suit your needs. 


Our Greece trip holiday start in the UK, making it easier than ever to discover this enchanting country. Our itineraries cover the country's must-see destinations, including some lesser-known gems that are sure to impress. We take care of all the planning and logistics, leaving you free to relax and enjoy your trip


Top Points of Interest in Greece


From the iconic Acropolis in Athens to the idyllic islands of Santorini and Mykonos, there’s no shortage of breathtaking sights to explore with Greek trips. Whether interested in history, adventure, or relaxation, Greece offers something for every type of traveler.


The capital of Greece and the birthplace of democracy, has an impressive history stretching over 2,500 years. It has a contemporary culture with a thriving arts and music scene, making it a unique and exciting destination. 


Visit the Acropolis, the Parthenon, and the Temple of Olympian Zeus to enjoy some of the city’s awe-inspiring historical landmarks. 


For a more modern experience, head to Monastiraki Square, known for its lively atmosphere and delicious street food. Take advantage of the famous Greek cuisine, from gyros to souvlaki. 


Were you looking for something different? Get lost in the charming streets of the Plaka neighborhood, sample some of the delicious Greek cuisines, or enjoy some Greek island trips to the nearby Saronic Islands. 


Enjoy the best Greek island trips on this picturesque island with breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea. Its beautiful sunsets, blue-domed churches, and white buildings are a sight to behold. 


Take a dip in the hot springs of Nea Kameni, a volcanic island nearby. Explore the ancient ruins of Akrotiri or visit the famous Red Beach for sunbathing. Sample traditional Greek cuisine at a taverna and wash it down with local wine. 


Hike up to the ruins of the old capital city of Thera and enjoy panoramic views of the island


This beautiful Greek island boasts vibrant nightlife and stunning beaches. Its scenic white-washed buildings and narrow streets add to its charm while enjoying some Greece island tours. 


The island has plenty of opportunities for water sports, including windsurfing, scuba diving, and jet skiing. The beaches are perfect for soaking up the sun and dipping in crystal-clear waters. 


Mykonos also boasts a rich history, with landmarks like the 16th-century windmills and the Church of Panagia Paraportiani. 


At night, the island comes alive with a lively party scene, with clubs and bars attracting international DJs and celebrities. 


This gem of an island combines history, culture, and natural beauty, making it the perfect getaway. The old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with medieval walls and fortifications. The beaches are stunning, with clear blue waters and soft white sand. 


Lindos, a small village on the island, is a must-visit for its whitewashed buildings and ancient Acropolis. The cuisine is delicious, with fresh seafood, Mediterranean flavors, and local wine.


Exploring the island by car or scooter is an adventure, with hidden coves, breathtaking views, and charming villages.


Visit other sublime tourist attractions like Crete, Paros, and Meteora to make your Greece island tours even more memorable.

Book your trip to Greece with Exoticca


Exoticca Travel provides everything you need for stress-free and memorable Greek trips. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or an adventure-filled holiday, we have something to suit your needs.

Flights, Hotel, Tours & Transfers All Inclusive

At Exoticca Travel, booking a holiday should be hassle-free and convenient. That's why we offer a one-stop shop for all your travel needs, including flights, hotel, tours, and transfers, in one inclusive package. 

With our all-inclusive holiday packages to Greece, you won't have to worry about arranging anything separately. We take care of everything for you, from home to the hotel.

Our packages include top-quality accommodation, flights from major airlines, carefully curated tours, and safe and reliable airport transfers. With our all-inclusive travel

packages, you can sit back, relax, and enjoy your holiday with peace of mind.

Greece Trips Partially or Fully Guided

We offer a range of Greek trips designed to provide travelers with the most enriching and hassle-free experience possible. Choose from partially or fully guided tours to explore Greece's stunning landscapes, rich history, and unique culture. 

We'll set you up with experienced and knowledgeable guides that'll lead you to the most iconic landmarks, hidden gems, and local favorites and provide insightful commentary on the history and culture of the places you visit. 

We also offer partially guided tours if you prefer more flexibility and independence. These tours provide you with a carefully curated itinerary and the freedom to explore at your own pace. 

No matter which option you choose, we guarantee an unforgettable travel experience in Greece.

Crafted by Our Travel Experts

At Exoticca, we understand that a great travel experience is all about the details. That's why our team of travel experts carefully crafts each holiday experience.

The team at Exoticca works tirelessly to curate unique itineraries that showcase the best of Greece, from iconic historical sites to hidden gems and local hangouts.

We have firsthand knowledge of the country, and we use this expertise to create personalized trips that cater to the needs and interests of our clients. With us, you can be confident that your Greek trips will be truly one-of-a-kind and exceed your expectations.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best time of year to go to Greece?


The best time for Greece tours is in the late spring or early fall, as the weather is mild and the crowds are smaller.

How many days is enough to see Greece?


You can see the highlights of Greece in a week, but for a more in-depth experience, we recommend at least 10 to 14 days.

Where should I go first for the first time in Greece?


Visit Athens for the history and culture, and then do some island-hopping to enjoy the breathtaking beaches and scenery.

What month is the cheapest to visit Greece?


November is considered the low season in Greece, so flights and accommodations are generally more affordable.

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It’s time to sip a glass of ouzo and immerse yourself in the treasures of Greece, the Cradle of Western Civilization. Nowhere else on earth offers the culture, climate and coastlines of Greece and this beautiful country is the birthplace of Western philosophy, democracy and the Olympic Games. A holiday to Greece suits all kinds of travellers, whether it’s the endless history, delicious cuisine or sun-soaked beaches that tempt you.

Situated in southeastern Europe, on the southernmost tip of the Balkan Peninsula, Greece shares land borders with Turkey, Albania, North Macedonia and Bulgaria. The surrounding seas of the Aegean, Ionian and Mediterranean are dotted with Greece’s paradise islands, of which there are 227 inhabited islands. Holidays to the Greek Islands are always popular, with Crete, Santorini, Lesbos and Mykonos among the best-known islands, although there are hundreds of little-known islands to discover on a tour of Greece. Furthermore, the romantic charm of these islands, as portrayed in the blockbuster movie Mamma Mia makes a honeymoon to Greece a popular choice among newlyweds. The only question is which Greek Island to visit!

If you’d rather stick to the mainland, you’ll find plenty of unspoilt beaches along the whooping 16,000 kilometres of coastline. Although Greece’s gorgeous Mediterranean climate is well-suited for an all-inclusive beach holiday, the interior of the country is filled with picturesque mountain scenery, perfect for more active pursuits. In fact, 80% of Greece is mountainous, where you’ll find the famous Mount Olympus, home of the Greek gods.

In the ancient capital of Athens, you’ll find bucket-list sights such as the Acropolis, the Parthenon and the Theatre of Dionysus, where you can walk in the footsteps of legendary Athenians such as Plato, Pericles and Aristotle.

There are infinite things to see and do in Greece; it could take a lifetime to truly experience the richness of this ancient civilization. Endless cultural gems, warm hospitality and stunning natural scenery make travel to Greece eternally popular. From island-hopping in the Aegean to consulting the mysterious Oracle in Delphi or exploring the magical monasteries of Meteora, the possibilities are endless on a trip to Greece.

The best time to travel to Greece for a beach holiday is during the summer months when you can enjoy long, sunny days and balmy evenings. Travelling to Greece for sightseeing is recommended in the spring and autumn, before the crowds of summer and when the temperatures are better suited to exploring the country’s cultural delights.

History of Greece

The history of Greece is tightly bound with the history of Western civilization as a whole. Ancient Greece is credited with the creation of democracy, mathematics and the Olympic Games and stories of this mighty civilization have captured our imaginations for centuries.

The Golden Age of Ancient Greece took place around the 5th and 4th centuries BC. During this important period, Greece was divided into city-states, known as polis, the most famous of which were Athens, Sparta, Delphi and Thebes, among others. Each polis had its own laws, languages, customs and governments and there were often conflicts and struggles between the states for domination of Greece, known as Hellas at the time. The legacy of this period can be seen in some of the country’s most inspiring monuments, such as the Parthenon in Athens, the Sanctuary of Delphi and the ruins of Olympia. A holiday to Greece is incomplete without visiting at least a few of the ancient sites from this Golden Age.

Following the Macedonian takeover and death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC, Greece soon came under the control of the ever-growing Roman Empire. The days of the organised polis were over, but self-governance was still allowed by the Romans, although there was strict supervision. Nevertheless, the Romans admired the intricacies of Greek culture and the customs and language of Greece travelled far and wide across Europe thanks to the Roman Empire. The Roman Agora and Hadrian’s Library in Athens were both constructed during this era, and are must-see sights on a tour of Greece.

After the split of the Roman Empire, Greece became part of the Byzantine Empire for several centuries. You’ll find a number of Byzantine Churches throughout Greece, recognisable by their domed roofs. In 1453 the Fall of Constantinople marked the end of the Byzantine Empire and Greece came under the control of the Ottomans. It was not until 1821 that Greece declared its independence, although struggles and conflicts over territory continued for many years.

In the 20th-century, Germany occupied Greece during the Second World War and in 1944 a complicated and violent civil war took hold of the country. Finally, in 1975, Greece became a democracy once more and it later joined the European Union in 1981.

Nature in Greece

Greece is a perfect travel destination. As well as legendary historical sites and vibrant national culture, Greece is also filled with unmissable natural wonders. On a trip to Greece, you’ll find pristine beaches, ancient caves, canyons, lush forests, beautiful waterfalls, rugged mountain ranges, endless vineyards, and of course, plenty of olive groves!

From the snow-capped mountains of the north to the white-sand beaches of the Cyclades Islands, Greece offers a cornucopia of natural beauty and countless opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Some of the most breathtaking natural wonders to explore on a Greece holiday include the magical underground lake in the Cave of Melissani on the island of Kefalonia, the giant rock formations and monasteries of Meteora in central Greece and the azure Blue Caves of Zakynthos.

Mount Olympus National Park, home to the highest peak in the country, is a haven for walkers with plenty of hiking routes, waterfalls and caves to explore. If your tour of Greece takes you to the historic island of Crete, be sure to explore Samaria Gorge National Park. A biosphere reserve, this magical 16-kilometre long gorge was carved out by a small river and offers all kinds of exciting walking and climbing routes along its narrow pathways and dramatic cliff faces.

Greece is also home to some of the most diverse wildlife in Europe, including brown bears, wildcats, jackals and wolves, not forgetting the sea turtles and dolphins you’ll find around the shores of the Greek Islands.

Greek Culture

With thousands of years of history, Greek culture is rich and vibrant, filled with traditions, music, folklore, delicious food and socialising. In fact, socialising is a pillar of modern Greek culture, which you can observe on the terraces of any cafe, where groups of all ages take time out of their days to catch up over coffee or a refreshing glass of ouzo, the famous Greek aperitif.

Greek culture comes to life at the dining table and the timeless trinity of feta cheese, olives and olive oil are sure to leave your taste buds enlivened. Washed down with a generous glass of local wine, Greek cuisine is an important part of Greek culture and certainly a highlight of any trip to Greece.

Of all the elements of Greek culture, language is perhaps the most important. Known for its unique alphabet, the Greek heard today is directly derived from Ancient Greek, something the locals are fiercely proud of as it has endured for millennia.

If you travel to Greece you might be fortunate enough to experience some of the vibrant cultural festivals that are scattered across the annual calendar. Most festivals are closely linked to Greek Orthodox traditions, but you’ll find different regional celebrations, dances and folk music throughout Greece.

On a holiday to Greece, you’ll appreciate the laid-back way of life. You’ll likely find that life moves at a slower pace, especially in the Greek Islands, giving you plenty of time to enjoy the delights of this beautiful country.

Travel to Greece, the Cradle of Western Civilization, where nature, culture and history combine to create a one-of-a-kind destination. From the mysterious ruins of Knossos in Crete to the windmills of Santorini, there are endless treasures to explore on a trip to Greece.

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