Villas in Greece and Apartments by Holiday Lettings

Why Greece?

Whether you’re looking for a hedonistic holiday filled with good food and fine wine, or want to go island-hopping in search of ancient history, Greece never disappoints. It’s the perfect romantic escape for starry-eyed lovers everywhere. 

Classic Beauty

Greece is home to some of the most important and impressive historical sights in the western world. Head to Athens where you can explore the Acropolis, the Parthenon and the

Temple of Hephaestus; these stunning structures are simply breathtaking. Other historical highlights include the Ruins of Delphi, the Heraklion Archaeological Museum on the island of Crete and the Epidaurus Ancient Theatre near Ligourio.

Blue Sea & Golden Sand

With the 11th longest coastline in the world, mainland Greece certainly has its fair share of beaches. And they are stunning. Super Paradise Beach in Mykonos is, as the name implies, a long sandy bay with crystal clear water. Sarakiniko Beach in Milos and Kolymbithres Beach in Paros are secluded quiet and relaxing, while the sunsets over Balos Beach in Crete will leave you feeling awestruck.

Food & Drink

If you like a glass of wine or two, then book a tour with Santorini Wine Adventure: you’ll be a wine connoisseur before you can say “yamas”. To find out how to make a moussaka and tackle a tzatziki, join one of the many food tours and cooking classes in Greece. And to find out more about Greece’s love affair with olives, visit the Museum of the Olive and Greek Olive Oil in Sparta.

Places to stay in Greece

Places to visit in Greece


This fascinating region is where you’ll find some of the most historically significant landmarks in the world. The Acropolis, Temple of Poseidon, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Ancient Agora of Athens can be seen here, to name but a few of the jaw-dropping sights. Find out more about the area at one of the many museums including the Museum of Cycladic Art and the National Archaeological Museum.

Ionian Islands

Comprising of seven gorgeous islands - Kefalonia, Ithaca, Corfu, Lefkada, Paxi, Zakynthos and Kythira - each one of these islands has its own unique feel. If you’re looking for a peaceful escape, head to Lefkada or Ithaca. The beautiful landscapes of Kefalonia and Corfu will take your breath away while Zakynthos is great for families.


From the sun-drenched beaches of northern Crete to the rugged mountainous landscape of the south, Crete’s landscape is an adventurer’s paradise. Some of the most stunning beaches in the world can be found here such as the blissful Elafonissi Beach and the sparkling Balos Beach. And for breathtaking views of forests and cliffs, take a hike through the Samaria Gorge National Park.

South Aegean

Santorini is a firm favourite with honeymooners and it’s easy to see why. Hike from Oia to Fira and you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views from start to finish. The cool glass of Assyrtiko wine at the end will taste all the better. If you’re visiting Rhodes, be sure to explore the medieval town with its archeology museum and palace. And if you’re in Amorgos, the exceptional Monastery of Panagia Hozoviotissa is not to be missed.

Things to do in Greece

The Acropolis

This ancient citadel overlooking Athens contains awe-inspiring archaeological sites such as the Parthenon, the Old Temple of Athena and the Erechtheum.

The Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

Built in 340 BC, it’s amongst the best preserved ancient theatres in Greece. Performances still take place there today!

Heraklion Archaeological Museum

Regarded as one of Europe’s most important museums, the collection includes important archaeological finds from all over Crete, spanning 5500 years.

National Archaeological Museum

With over 11,000 exhibits, this spectacular museum devoted to ancient Greek art is a must-see when visiting Greece.

Elafonissi Beach

With its white sand,turquoise and rare plant and bird species lagoon, you can’t get much closer to paradise than this. Nature lovers will be in their element.

Aquaworld Aquarium & Reptile Rescue Centre

From giant turtles to tiny lizards, this rescue centre gives its visitors the chance to handle reptiles and learn more about important conservation work.

More great breaks

Top Destination reviews

Elia (olive)
Beautiful and peaceful retreat

This beautiful and unique place over looking Hypocrates hills at the back and the sea side of Kos with Turkey on the background is a most idillic and gorgeous location for a short or a long holiday. One can go for treks with a picnic to the high … see more
Villa Nafsika of Penelope Villas
Truly wonderful stay; an amazing week!

The villa is gorgeous and spacious with excellent facilities; dishwasher, wi-fi, lovely grounds and a fab pool. Swimming after dark with the colour changing pool lights has been lovely. Spotless clean and carefully designed with much attention paid t … see more
Raki Cave

This cave house was amazing. It is only a few minutes walk from the main square in Fira with all of its bars and restaurants. The cave is an ideal base for getting around the island - the main bus station is less than 5 minutes walk so getting to a … see more
Luxury house with pool, near beaches and sea view.
Hidden Gem

The palms are beautiful apartments , the one we stayed in was very spacious, had 2 good sized bedrooms with massive wardrobes. The bathroom had a big shower and washing machine, iron and ironing board ( home from home). The pool was big and we had i … see more
George Vlamis Yachts - Sailing, Cats, MotorYachts
Excellent sailing trip

The condition of the boat was great. George from the charter company did a great job and organized everything what we needed, including help for our big shooping at the supermarket, petrol refillling after the return etc. When we arrived we received … see more
Rodothea on the Beach- Santorini-Monolithos
Great Apartment with Wonderful View of the Sea!

Great apartment, exactly what I was looking for in a long-term rental. Located on Monolithos Beach, with beautiful views of the sea & magnificent sunrises. Loved being here in the winter as it was quiet, though the buses only run three times a day. L … see more

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