Visit ruins at the Archaeological Site of Knossos and its famous palace to sample some of the impressive heritage of Crete.
Explore the countryside around Heraklion. Drive to Arkhanes town to admire the vineyards and orchards then head to Gournia, which has stunning views over the Bay of Mirabello.
Take a walk to Samaria - Europe’s longest gorge. Take a picnic and trek to make an unforgettable day while admiring the breathtaking panorama.
In Mykonos, admire the colourful balconies with a stroll around Little Venice then try to find Petros the Pelican - often by the port.
Snorkel in the warm water lapping Agios Ioannis beach or head to lively Gialos beach for water sports.
Dine on traditional Greek foods, such as moussaka, in one of the elegant restaurants on the beachfront - perfect for a picturesque sunset.
Then head to one of the many cosmopolitan bars to dance the night away.
See Santorini’s land and seascape - a stunning formation created by a volcanic explosion during the 17th century.
Book a boat excursion to Nea Kameni volcano island and enjoy the Nea Kameni hot springs, then climb the Faros lighthouse from where you can take stunning photos.
Spend a day wandering one of the many wineries then head to Red Beach for sunbathing - or hop on the boat to White Beach, which is only accessible by sea.
Try fresh seafood in Corfu with a trip to Roda, which was traditionally a fishing village.
Wander the city of Corfu to admire its stunning architecture then visit Achilleion - a palace built by Empress of Austria, Elisabeth of Bavaria.
Cool down at Aqualand waterpark or drive 30 kilometres from Corfu Town to Agios Georgios - a six-mile stretch of beach, considered one of the most beautiful on the island. Here you can hire a bike for a sightseeing ride.
Head to Rhodes’ Old Town - one of the most preserved medieval towns in Europe. Wander the Archaeological Museum and the Palace of the Grand Master.
Don’t leave without touring the impressive city walls then stroll around the Valley of Butterflies.
Head to the four-kilometre stretch of golden sands in lively Faliraki for water sports such as jetskiing. For a quieter beach, head to nearby Kathara, close to a small fishing harbour, which boasts luxury hotels.
In Paros, wander the main town of Parikia to admire the beautiful architecture.
View the church of 100 doors, the Panagia Ekatontapiliani, a stunning 17th-century monument, then enjoy the winding alleys and dine in quaint eateries.
Take a boat from Naoussa to Aqua Park for a day at the waterslides. Then head to Kryos and visit Gold Beach - perfect for windsurfers.
Enjoy a stroll along the famous Kolimbithres beach to view its stunning rock formations.