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Holidays in Mainland Greece

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Adventures on the Greek mainland

Road trips in your rental car

All my friends know I just love island hopping during my Greek holidays. But sometimes I also enjoy touring the mainland. My favourite destination has to be Parga in Epirus Province. And I like visiting the Chalkidiki and Peloponnese peninsulas. Did you know you can find magnificent beaches, ancient villages and fabulous nature here too? 

When I was driving through the cypress and olive tree speckled hills with my rental car, I knew that touring Greece's mainland had been a wonderful choice.  

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Discover my favourite Mainland Greece locations

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Unique Greek spots 

On Greek's mainland you will find all of the ingredients for a nice, intimate break. I have found some unique spots where you will be able to slow down and enjoy, far away from the crowds... This varied country really has something for everyone. 

Adventures in Chalkidiki

Chalkidiki is synonymous with small and pretty bays by an aqua blue sea. During my last trip, I fell for its golden beaches and diverse landscapes. I visited the beach at Vourvourou, enjoying my day surrounded by Greek locals. And Mavrobara Turtle Lake left me speechless. 

Tasting Peloponnese history  

I enjoy combining a number of activities when I visit the Peloponnese. From a quiet day at the beach to meandering through picturesque villages and discovering Greece's natural beauty. And if you are as much of an olive fan as I am, be sure to visit this part of the country! I tasted the best Kalamata olives ever. And don't miss the famous local historic sites: Olympia, Epidaurus and Sparta. 

Charming Parga in Epirus

This is the area I keep returning to for its amazing fresh seafood straight from its harbour. Parking myself at a cute little restaurant en mixing with the locals. The waiters are full of stories of how my fish is caught! After a visit to Epirus, I always leave with a bag of tips on where to venture next.