One of the most extraordinary destinations in the world, Santorini or Thira as it is also called, is the youngest volcanic land in the Eastern Mediterranean. It is the only place in the world, where one can enjoy divinely clear waters while floating safely on the lip of a volcanic crater in the middle of the sea. Santorini is famous about its fantastic sunset and the typical Cycladic white-painted houses built in many cases directly into the rock as cave niches. With its beautiful architecture, narrow alleys and blue-roofed churches, its seaside treasures, local foodie specialties, and spectacular hotel facilities, Santorini will award every guest and corporation choosing the island to organize a special event.
The brand Mykonos is so significantly powerful that some people in the world believe that Greece is a part of this Cycladic island. Mykonos is and has been for a number of decades a cosmopolitan paradise where excitement meets serenity and simplicity is combined with glam. It constitutes a thrilling destination matching jet set infrastructure with nature’s treasures and eternal Aegean beauty. Mykonos offers a gratifying hospitality. Its luxurious hotels and villas, the breathtaking view from almost any part of the island, and the wide range of organised beaches comprise the ideal location to hold any special event or party.
The isle of the Knights, Rhodes, is one of the most cosmopolitan islands in Europe, a popular destination in Greece, and tops the choices for a corporate event, due to its great business facilities. Situated at the crossings of two major Mediterranean sea-routes, as well as Cyprus and Egypt, Rhodes is the meeting point of three continents. Known for its long and diverse history, distinctive cultures, and striking contrasts in landscape, it combines long, picturesque sandy beaches and rocky olive groves. UNESCO has recently proclaimed Rhodes a world cultural heritage monument. The island has hosted many international events including two European Union Ministerial summits and it will welcome any of your events exclusively and exceptionally.
Putting Peloponnese into a few words is almost impossible. Ancient Olympia, home of the Olympic games, Epidaurus, land of ancient medical art and Greek drama, and Mycenae, birthplace of Homer’s heroes, are only but a few of the amazing destinations in this region. Due to its easy access from Athens, and different parts of Europe, and thanks to its recognized and contemporary hospitality infrastructure, Peloponnese is one of the ideal locations for international conferences in Greece. The region welcomes the visitors with a wide range of facilities for conventions, incentives and congresses and a state-of-the-art resort, world-famous for its own unique character.
Crete is a rewarding place to be, a generous home to all those who set foot on its land. It is the largest Greek island, situated at the southern Aegean Sea at a meeting point between east and west, north and south. With a rich history seemingly as old as time, a natural canvas of majestic beaches, wild mountain peaks, impressive gorges, ancient sites and picturesque villages, Crete is a fascinating destination. It is the land of Minoan civilization, and the birthplace of El Greco and Kazantzakis, author of Zorba the Greek. Some of the most luxurious state-of-the-art hotels in Europe are located on the island elevating Crete as one of the most advanced destinations in Europe.
Halkidiki has hosted the EU Summit of 2003. Its deluxe hotels and resorts provide a complete range of facilities from fully equipped conference halls to a wide selection of recreational services ideal for incentives and team building tours. From its incredible seashores to the picturesque mountainous villages, from the monastic state of Athos to the most cosmopolitan and bright resorts of southeastern Europe, from the crystal clear blue to the deep forest green, Halkidiki will captivate every guest’s heart. Located closely to Thessaloniki, the region is shaped like a three-fingers hand; Kassandra, Sithonia and Mount Athos are the names of its peninsulas and each one of them has something unique to offer.
The largest city of North Greece is enchanting, ancient yet vibrant, a major economic hub, a significant regional port and a transportation junction of Europe and beyond. The city lies on the coastline of the Thermaic Gulf and opens into the Aegean Sea. In close proximity to Halkidiki, one of the most popular destinations of Southeast Europe, Thessaloniki combines the advantages of a metropolitan center with the easiness of a hospitable city-break. Renowned for its gastronomy and fuelled by positivity, cosmopolitan aura and historic power Thessaloniki has been embracing diverse civilizations and cults for almost 2,500 years. This exceptional city has a tradition of welcoming numerous international exhibitions and events by major corporations.
Athens is the capital of Greece, a must visit metropolis. Widely known as the cradle of Western civilization and the birthplace of democracy, Athens is full of options, unique monuments and secret charms. Accessible and friendly throughout the year thanks to its magnificent climate, the city offers an excessive variety of modern facilities and hotel services that are suitable for all budgets. Athens has hosted great scale global events such as the 2004 Olympic Games, combining supreme hospitality, contemporary venues and exciting events. Ideal destination for hosting conferences, congresses, and incentives, Athens offers a superb range of tourist attractions impeccable urban energy and the fascinating port of Piraeus, sea capital of southeast Europe and an independent hub of cultural and sports activities.
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