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Interesting Spots to Visit In Greece

07.14.2012 · Posted in Travel & Tourism
From backpackers, history buffs to the most finicky foodies, Greece has a spot and a location to appeal to every single tourist's whims and wants. Greece holds plenty of hidden gems as a primary tourist spot within the European countries. The islands of Greece offer miles and miles of white sand seashores in different degrees ...
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From backpackers, history buffs to the most finicky foodies, Greece has a spot and a location to appeal to every single tourist’s whims and wants. Once the ancient seat of strength, culture and human civilization; Greece still holds plenty of hidden gems as a primary tourist spot within the European countries. Here are some spots to go to while visiting the crown jewel of the Mediterranean Sea:

Relive the Wonder of Ancient Greece

Take a trip back in history to the founding of one of the finest cities in the ancient world. Based on Greek mythology, the city of Athens had been started by King Cecrops who had been so astounded by the goddess’ gift to the people – an olive tree. Athens was the epicenter of culture and also housed the Parthenon, one of the primary monuments to Ancient Greek architecture. Much of the original enormous structure we see today has been built in the time of Pericles.

An additional must spot to pay a visit to is Olympia, the sacred ground of Zeus and the birthplace of one of the world’s earliest and most prestigious sporting events – the Olympics. The first of these games were actually held in order to celebrate the peace made between Sparta and Elis. With all the involvement of a greater number of Greek city-states, the Olympics became the chances of their own leaders to meet each other as friends and also to forge trade agreements.

Climb Boulders and also Take in the sun’s rays

Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists and climbing lovers troop to Greece and the Greek Islands to explore the completely incredible solid limestone rock faces for extreme rock climbing and bouldering. Kalymnos alone features Sixty four sports crags that range in difficulty from recreational to one reserved for the most extreme adrenaline junkies. Climbing guides and regulatory commissions are always on-site to guarantee the safety as well as enjoyment of such locations.

In case a more casual ambience is the thing that you’re looking for in the long summer holidays, then the islands of Greece offer miles and miles of white sand seashores in different degrees of luxury (and undress). Take in the sun and acquire the ultimate natural tan in the many islands of Greece. Some of the beaches like Pori at Koufonisia feature dive spots from up the bare-faced boulders for that once-in-a-lifetime leap of faith.

Foodies’ Havens Galore

Some say that when the gods and goddesses left ancient Greece, they also left behind their entourage of chefs. This is true especially in the more popular holiday destinations in Greece. For a taste of the best of the hidden delights of a small town, ask the locals to assist you find the freshest fish from the pristine waters of the islands or a serving of the best kalamari, deep-fried or salted squid together with garlic, butter as well as lemon or red wine. In many Greek restaurants, customers may ask to see the fish before it is cooked.

A must try for anyone visiting is the gyros, or roasted meat on an upright skewer over glowing charcoal. It’s served along with pita bread and a layer of other fresh cut vegetables and sauces depending on the place. The mission to find the very best gyros is definitely worth the trip to Greece. So scrumptious!

For whatever brand of fun you want to have on a summer holiday – for history buffs, adrenaline junkies or finicky foodies – there will always be something in store for you and your family. Whether traveling alone or in guided excursions, there is no place like Greece.

You will find more information about the best Greek travel destinations such as Naxos Greece on our website: traveling to Greece

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