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The islands of Kefalonia, Rhodes, Kos, Zante, Corfu and Crete are just some of the delights of Greece.

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The Mediterranean paradise that is Greece is an ideal holiday destination offering an array of accommodation and great hotels. Here you will find mountainous and rugged islands, bustling harbours and ports, secluded beaches and a thriving night life. For the perfect time come on a self-catering, half board or fully inclusive holiday at a choice of accommodation and hotels and enjoy the myths and legends that are Greece.

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Athens is a cultural city waiting to be discovered, venture here and learn about the city's past.

Explore Athens with a wealth of hotels and plenty to do, you are sure to have an enjoyable holiday. The capital of Greece, Athens is named after the Greek goddess of wisdom, Athena. The city is home to many ancient wonders such as the Parthenon, philosophy, math’s, science and the Olympic Games. Come here to be immersed in history and to discover all about the Greek people. Once here the grandeur of the Acropolis and the Parthenon in particular, will overwhelm  you.

Once you arrive in Athens your first visit will probably be to the Acropolis which sits above the city. The Acropolis is the upper city and this is where the people would have flocked in times of invasion. From the Parthenon with its great stone columns to the old streets of Agora which have been turned into rock and rubble. The Acropolis has plenty to keep you interested from the theatre of Herod Atticus to the Athena of Victory which commemorates victory over the Persians.

For a great view of the Acropolis at sunset take the funicular railway to the top of Lykavittos hill. Here you will be treated to great views out over the city and a café in which you can enjoy a coffee and snack. As well as the café there is also the pretty chapel of Agios Giorgios which is worth looking around.

Athens is the home of a great nightlife. Here the streets come alive in the evening with bouzouki, rembetika and all sorts of international music. Popular nightspots are Psiri, Thissio and Kolonaki and each of them has something different to offer. The modern trendy area of Psiri is where all the cool bars and clubs are, alternatively head to Kolonaki to spot the rich and famous.

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Corfu with its sandy beaches and designer boutiques and active lifestyle offers an action packed holiday destination.

Whether you stay half-board, self catering or all inclusive in a choice of hotels, Corfu has something for every budget. The Greek island of Corfu has always been a popular tourist destination. With its laid back atmosphere, Mediterranean climate and excellent beaches it is easy to see why. Come here to enjoy the party lifestyle, experience the Greek culture or simply to escape the rigours of everyday life.

The Ionian island of Corfu lies off the north-west coast of Greece and is the greenest of the Greek islands. Corfu town offers the modern cosmopolitan experience with designer boutiques and up market cafes and bars. Head into the old town and wander around the pastel coloured houses which line the narrow streets to discover the real Corfu.

Join the crowds in the popular resort of Kavos which caters to the 18-30 market, and is a real party destination. Here enjoy windsurfing and jet skiing during the day before heading to the pubs and clubs in the evening. With an eclectic mix of music from drum and base to hip hop, pop to dance there is something for everyone. Be sure to bring some coffee as parties are likely to go on through the night.

If you are with the family or just after a quieter scene then why not head to Paleokastritsa which boasts sandy beaches and friendly local tavernas. While here enjoy the fresh lobster and wash it down with some local wine, or ouzo. Head inland and try to find all 43 types of the local orchid.

Corfu offers everything you need for the perfect holiday, from the soft and sandy beaches of the resorts to the quiet bays and coves jotted around the island. From a great night life, to chic shops and boutiques Corfu is full of life. Sleepy village’s offer a real retreat and secluded bays are great for unwinding. Come to Greece for the best atmosphere.

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The Greek island of Crete with its ancient Minoan civilisation is still as important today as it once was. Cheap Hotels in Crete near beach

The largest of the Greek islands Crete offers an array of bargain hotels, Crete was a key to the Minoan civilisation and still plays a large role in modern day Greece. This rugged and mountainous island is home to the ruins of the palace of Knossos the largest of four palaces on the island. The city of Hania with its Venetian and Turkish influences offers visitors the perfect photo opportunities.

Sitting between Greece and North Africa the island of Crete has an extremely temperate climate with sun for most of the year in the south of the island. Travelling across the island climb over mountains and plunge into gorges and be surrounded by olive trees and the sweet smell of fennel. Join the crowds in the north of the island or drive to the south for empty beaches and secluded coves.

With its Venetian Lighthouse and bustling markets the old town of Hania is popular with tourists. To delve into the past a visit to the palace of Knossos is well worth the trip, especially if you take the time to visit the museum in Heraklion. To avoid the masses and for the better archaeological site, head to Phaistos.

On the West of the island resorts such as Agios Nikolaos and Elounda are popular with tourists and are host to some excellent hotels as well as the usual basic self catering properties. The island of Spinalonga, a former Leper colony as featured in the book 'The Island' is well worth a visit when staying in either resort.

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Whether you join the crowds on the white sandy beaches or find a secluded cove of your own Crete is perfect for sun worshipping. For the adventurous the 10 mile hike through Samaria gorge and national park is one of the natural wonders of Europe.

Come to Crete to explore the ruins or just to enjoy the bustle of the local ports and harbours. Come here on a self-catering basis and enjoy walking through the local markets to find the perfect lunch or dinner.

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Hotels in Cyprus are generally a level above what you find in Greece, and the choice of hotels and apartments in Cyprus across all resorts is vast.

Cyprus is the third largest of the Greek Islands and most certainly one the most popular, a jewel in the Mediterranean sea.

With history stretching back to ancient Greece and before, wonderful weather all year round and a huge choice of resorts, small villages and fabulous beaches and lively nightlife you won’t want to leave!

Although the sea might be too strong to actually swim around the rock of Aphrodite, near Paphos, the legend of a beautiful maiden emerging from the surf is enough! You can’t  travel through the island without realizing that Aphrodite has a connection because of all the tavernas and restaurants named after her.

Kourion on the south coast is a most important ancient site.  It has a wonderful theatre, with spectacular views over the Mediterranean. Paphos, in the south west, has many interesting finds and the Roman mosaics should not be missed.

The island offers a choice of destinations from the major cities of Nicosia, Limassol, Paphos and Larnaca to the night life of Ayia Napa. All offer good quality hotels, many with enviable beach front locations to smaller tavernas and a choice of self catering options.

Watching the sun set over the blue sea from your hotel balcony before an exciting high quality meal is a wonderful experience.

The beach and the warm sea provide many of the island’s joys, from sun bathing to water sports to boat trips and even sand castle building!

Many hotels offer an all inclusive deal, so you don’t have to worry about the bill.  Or you might prefer bed and breakfast, leaving you free to explore and enjoy the many different restaurants across the island.

Car hire is easy to arrange and so you can go exploring. They drive on the same side of the road as the UK, so that’s a bit easier too.  Try the Troodos  mountains, right in the middle of the island. Here you will find mountain resorts, Byzantine monasteries and churches with charming mountain villages clinging to terraced hill slopes. Be a bit careful, the mountains are a well known skiing area in winter, so the weather can be very different to the coast. 

There are two major airports, Larnaca and Paphos so transfer times are usually fairly short to most resorts. 

A warm Greek welcome awaits all visitors to the island, go try the local KEO beer or maybe a strong coffee in the warm sun.

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Kefalonia with its perfect scenery, green landscape, breathtaking views and interesting history is the perfect destination to explore.

Book great hotels and explore Kefalonia, a large and diverse Ionian island brimming with dramatic scenery, breathtaking mountains and enchanting shores. A popular tourist destination on the West Coast of Greece, Kefalonia boasts a mild climate and excellent beaches.

Kefalonia boasts a wild beauty that is difficult to find elsewhere, an island of surprise just waiting to be explored. Discover wonderful beaches with aqua waters, uncover picturesque villages and unearth the National Park, located on its highest mountain, Mount Ainos.

Kefalonia is a great island for walking, cycling, horse-riding or for exploring the many wonderful sandy bays of the south and the northern rocky coastline by car, the island has a good road network and is ideal for driving. If you do decide to hire a car then it is possible to drive around the whole island in a day, but take your time and explore the variety of differing resorts and stunning scenery particularly the stunning Myrtos Bay.

The islands of  Lefkas, Zante and Ithaca  are close by, you can take a ferry, motor-boat, or yacht to explore the Ionian shores.

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Kos with its melting pot of cultures and ancient history is the perfect place to come and explore.

Choose from a range of hotels and fully inclusive holidays to self catering and bed and breakfast, a trip to Kos offers it all. The Greek Island of Kos lies just off the coast of Turkey and has long and sandy beaches in the north and low mountains in the south. With its name firmly on the tourist map here you will find everything needed to enjoy your stay.

Lying in the Dodecanese islands in the Aegean Sea, Kos is blessed with beautiful beaches, clear waters and was once home to Hippocrates. Hippocrates is famous for his contribution to medicine and founded the first school of medicine. After his death the people of Kos built the Asklepeion, this hospital was the first to use techniques taught by Hippocrates.

With over 2000 years worth of history Kos has been influenced by Roman, Byzantine, Persian and Turkish cultures and is a true melting pot of cultures. For a day trip, the short ferry ride to Bodrum in Turkey is hard to beat. Here the people will overwhelm you with their friendliness while you wander around the local markets and stalls. Have a pair of leather sandals custom made while you wait or trawl the markets for a carpet before heading back to Kos.

Once you are back on Kos visit the small villages dotted around the island. Thermes with its hot springs and thermal spas is perfect for relaxation, or just visit the golden sandy beaches of Kefalos. In Kos itself the Castle of the Order of Knights of Saint John is a huge defensive structure and played an important role in Kos’s long history.

Head into Kos for the best shopping on the island, here buy traditional or Modern Greek music, hand crafted gold medallions, rings, earrings or other pieces of jewellery. For nightlife to remember head along bar street at night where you will be greeted by pop, dance, Greek and hip hop music. Here the beats continue long into the night as the beautiful people dance the night away. Come to Kos for this unique experience!


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Malta with its ancient ruins is a great place to come for Baroque buildings and Mediterranean styled churches and fortresses.

With a choice of hotels, secluded bays and the clear waters of the Mediterranean, Malta is an ideal retreat. The charming Maltese islands are located in the Mediterranean about 65 miles south of Sicily. The two main islands are Malta and Gozo which are both inhabited while the small island of Comino is not. These islands boast prehistoric ruins which predate Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids. Once you have picked Malta let Quickrooms.com look after your accommodation.

On the island the influences of the Knights of St John is apparent in the many churches and fortresses that they built throughout the island. Here the Knights ruled for 270 years during which time they travelled throughout the Mediterranean taking the Christian religion with them. One of their fortresses, Fort Rinella, is home to the world’s largest canon.

For festivities and fireworks, head to the islands in spring for the major carnival which immerses the island in revelry. Alternatively wait till the summer months when the local communities celebrate their patron saints and the atmosphere is just as lively. The capital of Malta, Valetta is a vibrant city full of Baroque buildings and bustling cafes and restaurants.

One of the most popular activities on the island is sailing, and with the Mediterranean on the doorstep you have every opportunity to have a go. With the Comino Regatta in June and the Rimini-Malta-Rimini yacht race in August you will get the chance to see the pros racing. Horse racing is also popular on the island with races held every Sunday between October and May.

If you are looking for a Mediterranean holiday with a difference then Malta could be for you. Here the islands are friendly local affairs which are not manufactured. If you like your experiences real, your food local and your history, then you will love Malta!

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Rhodes with its buzzing nightlife, ancient history and Mediterranean climate is the ideal holiday destination.

With a range of affordable accommodation and hotels, Rhodes has something for everyone whether you come on a fully inclusive holiday or simply room only. The Greek island of Rhodes lies in the Aegean Sea off the coast of Turkey. This Mediterranean island is steeped in history and culture and is the perfect place to come to explore. Visit the town of Lindos and wander around the ruins of the Acropolis.

Come to Rhodes if you want to see ancient wonders or just to relax in your own villa in the sun. What better way to spend a visit then eating and drinking with the locals in a taverna. Popular with stars from all over the world come to the many cafe’s and bars that line the beachfront for a bit of people watching.

With a pumping nightlife Faliraki attracts the 18-30’s crowd. Here you will find cocktail bars that line the beach and the season’s hottest music beating through the night. With parties going on till sunrise you are guaranteed to have a good night. For a calmer night head to Lindos or Rhodes and enjoy plates of mezze with your ouzo and wine.

With plenty of designer shops, Rhodes town offers a superb choice of the latest fashion. Tear yourself away from the boutiques and malls and head to the local markets for the real bargains. Here trawl through the stalls looking at leather bags and goods and maybe a trinket or two to remind you of your stay.

With year round sun and the Mediterranean climate Rhodes is the ideal place for a holiday. The large resorts are ideal for families with children or groups of friends looking to party. The quieter towns are better suited for couples seeking a bit of quiet and some summer sun. Whatever you want Rhodes can deliver.

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Hotels in Turkey offer everything from basic hostels to luxury five star resorts, offering anything from room only to all inclusive hotels.

Turkey undoubtedly gave us the complete holiday experience and whether your holiday is a well planned family event or a last minute search for the sun, Turkey has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in recent years as the climate, accommodation, restaurants and nightlife, satisfies individual and family requirements alike. The beautiful beaches and crystal blue sea offer the opportunity to enjoy the numerous water sport activities of swimming, sailing, snorklling , jet skiing and diving that are available to the energetic and adventurous or if you prefer simply relax in the warm sunshine. The whitewashed villages, the variety of architecture and history of the region are magnificent and nightlife abounds in the clubs and bars for those looking to party into the early hours.

The climate in the countries seven regions differ slightly dependent upon their proximity to mountain ranges but the coastal resorts of the Aegean and Mediterranean Sea enjoy practically rain free periods between May and October, with sea temperatures frequently around the mid 20`s Centigrade.

The Aegean coastline offers more than wonderful coastline and beaches but also popular towns and villages which include Izmir, Turkeys third largest city and the regions capital, the village of Assos with the Temple of Athena overlooking the Aegean, the lively resort of Bodrum, Kusadasi with its harbour and Datca bordering the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. The area also boasts many examples of magnificent architectural heritage including Ephasus one of the worlds` best examples of Roman influence and can be found just 3 km from Selcuk.

Mediterranean Turkey covers the southern coast partially with a backdrop of mountain ranges and inland areas to the wonderful beaches and shimmering sea, the larger towns of Adana and Antalya, an expanding destination that boasts some of the region`s liveliest nightlife, the coastal towns and villages of Kas, Mersin, Marmaris and Felthlye also prove very popular.

The Sea of Marmara to the north is considered by many to be the border between Asia and Europe, the region is a little cooler, and does experience some rainfall but is still a warm climate. Istanbul is now considered the capital of the region in which The Ottoman Empire originated over 700 years ago when Bursa was considered as its capital. The region also provides access to Gallipoli with its WW1 Memorial and the ruins of Troy.

The Black Sea region to the north offers a contrasting landscape of rocky coastline, forested mountain areas and arable farmland, the coastline while dramatic in parts is warm in the summer months but can also be more humid than the Aegean or Mediterranean coastlines.

As east meets west and as the different dynasties developed the influence of the Greeks, Roman and Byzantine periods, together with the rise of the Ottoman Empire can be identified not only in the architecture, but also in the variety of food available and the delicate use of spices in certain dishes. Combine this with the beautiful beaches, the flowers and fauna and Turkey offers couples and families alike the opportunity of a memorable holiday.

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Zante offers a wide range of accommodation from basic apartments to top class hotels. Hotels in Zante offer a variety of board mixes from self catering to all inclusive with drinks and snacks included.

Zakynthos is truly one of the most beautiful of the Ionian islands and when we visited it certainly did not disappoint us. The third largest of the Ionian Islands it covers approximately 160 square miles 75 miles of stunning coastline. The picturesque beaches and crystal blue water makes this the perfect destination in Greece. A host of watersports from sailing to scuba diving, from jet skiing to snorkelling await the active and adventurous or why not just relax and enjoy the warm summer sun. As the evening sun sets your beach holiday in Zakynthos can transform into a more lively holiday as you explore the many bars and restaurants this popular holiday destination offers.

Zante weather suits most tastes with maximum daily temperature at either end of the season in May and October offering the mid 20`s Centigrade rising to mid to high 30`s and even 40 degrees in July and August with water temperatures in the mid 20`s for the same high season period. A daily average of between 10 and rising to 13 hours of sunshine in July and August encourages visitors to the island.

Car hire makes most of the island accessible for those wishing to travel around, whilst others may choose to travel by quad bike, jeep or motorbike or the entertaining public transport, but you should be warned buses do not always run to schedule. We discovered one of the most enjoyable ways of seeing the island is to travel by boat, indeed the beach at Navagio, sometimes referred to locally as Shipwreck, is only accessible by boat taken perhaps from Porto Vromi or Agios Nikolos in Volimes village, but also take the opportunity of viewing the bay from the viewing point between Volimes and Anafonitria. If you enjoy travelling by boat consider a trip to The Blue Caves or Smugglers cove.

The beach at Laganas to the south of the island is the biggest and most popular, the 3 km of beach between Alyka and Alikanas to the north of Zante Town is also popular with Boat trips to the Blue Caves from Alyka, Bouka is smaller but picturesque whilst the beach at Gerakas also in the south of the island holds claim to the best on the island having been described as one of the best beaches in Greece. Like Laganas the beache at Gerakas offers the opportunity of sharing it with the popular Loggerhead Turtles but their existence prevents watersports taking place on this beach.

The islands nightlife features in the clubs, bars and pubs with Laganas, Tsilivi, Kalamaki, Argassi and Alykes proving popular.

For those seeking a break from the beaches Solomon Square in Zante Town, offers both the Byzantine Museum and the Church of Saint Nikolas, one of the oldest buildings in the capital, or try the Monastry of Saint George at Gremna, but a visit to the Blue Caves is a must for all visitors take advantage of one of the organised tours so nothing is missed.

Zante offers families and couples alike the opportunity of a varied and rewarding holiday.

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