Luxury Greece Holidays

Whitewashed towns, waterfront tavernas and ancient ruins steeped in myth and legend

Greece holidays offer the ideal blend of first class beaches, picturesque villages and centuries old sights, topped off with year round sunshine. Indulge in a luxury holiday to Greece and go beyond the sugar cube houses and blue minaret domes to unravel a rich and inspiring history. Whether you’re looking for a Greek family holiday, adrenaline filled adventures, or a romantic break. This Mediterranean paradise has it all. 

Our Personal Travel Planners can recommend the perfect hotel from our wide portfolio, from chic, modern resorts to family-run boutique hideaways. We can help you plan your time away, and have the added advantage of over 50 years of building luxurious package holidays in Greece.

Whether you're eating at your hotel or heading out to a taverna, Greek cuisine is one of the many highlights of a Greece holiday. If you’re looking to try some local specialities, Spanakopita and Dolmades are a must, as well as a glass of fine Greek wine, not to mention the famous Ouzo.

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Our Favourite Resorts for Holidays in Greece

One of the beauties of a holiday to Greece is the choice of destinations on offer. Mainland Greece is home to the resorts of Halkidiki where you’ll find stunning beaches alongside historical architecture. Combine this with a Greek island holiday to experience the best of this magical country. Crete is home to natural gorges and historic sights, while Rhodes Town in Rhodes offers narrow streets of ancient treasures.

Kos offers relaxation by the Red Sea opposite Turkey, while Corfu is famous for its lush interiors and pebbly hideaway coves. Corfu is a must for culture vultures that enjoy the legends of Homer, spectacular Mount Athos and quaint harbours. Sit back and relax on pristine beaches from the white sands of Skiathos to the sleek black sands of Santorini before heading to the local Greek taverna to sample the catch of the day.

The celebrity favourite, Mykonos, provides sophisticated fun surrounded by Cycladic architecture, endless beach parties and illuminated windmills in Little Venice and Hora. Kefalonia is home to laid back towns and exquisite beaches and perfect if you fancy complete tranquillity, authenticity and footprint-free beaches. Skiathos and Santorini ooze a cosmopolitan and classy vibe complete with sun, sea and sand, while Elounda in Crete is a favourite with those seeking luxury and privacy surrounded by opulent accommodation, gourmet restaurants, deluxe spas and private docks for yachts in nearby inlets and secret coves.

Destinations in Greece

Athenian Riviera

The Athenian Riviera does exactly what it says on the tin, doling out beachside hotels and marinas as it wriggles from south-east Athens to the rugged cape of Sounion.


North-easterly Corfu is practically within throwing distance of Italy’s heel – and it’s got a Venetian capital city, terracotta-topped villas and swathes of green Adriatic countryside to prove it.


Crete is the biggest Greek Island, stretching out through the Aegean Sea. It’s been popular for millennia, so you can tour everything from Bronze Age settlements to big beach resorts.


Halkidiki is pieced together from a trio of peninsulas – the beach resorts of Kassandra, the peaceful pine forests of Sithonia, and the mountains and monasteries of Athos.


Kefalonia drops anchor just west of mainland Greece, between Lefkada and Zakynthos. It’s a hilly island, so expect hilltop harbour cities, white-sand coves and a gorgeous mountainous interior.


Kos offers an ever-changing landscape – from medieval harbour cities and longstanding beach resorts to Greco-Roman archaeological digs and forested valleys with peacock colonies.  


Mykonos is the star of the Cyclades archipelago. The island balances beach clubs, boutique hotels and chic cafés with an old-world backdrop of whitewashed windmills and Aegean-blue churches.

Heinz Troll photoshooting October 2020

Situated at a waterfront location, Parga is a charming village with picturesque alleys and architecture, offering a host of restaurants and bars in which to soak up the local culture.


The Peloponnese is one of the least-visited regions in Greece – and all the better for it. It’s in the south-west, where you can’t move for myth-wreathed mountains, ruins and beaches.


Rhodes is a king-sized island in the south-easterly Aegean. It really goes all out, serving up everything from an ancient capital and beach resorts to monastery-crowned mountains and butterfly valleys.  


Santorini – often called Thira – is an island with volcanic good looks. Expect snow-white clifftop villages and black sandy beaches with dramatic views of the surrounding Cyclades archipelago.


The pine forests and pretty harbours of Skiathos lie just east of the Greek mainland. You might even recognise it – Skiathos and neighbouring Skopelos starred in the Mamma Mia! movie.


Zakynthos is one of the Ionians – a chain of islands famous for their ivory-white beaches and turtle-friendly coves. Expect a combination of chic harbour towns and lively beach resorts.

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