Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki is the 2nd city of Greece after Athens. Its center is built on the sea shore and many restaurants ...

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Attica

Attica is a peninsula jutting into the Aegean Sea. Located in the south of the country, Attica covers about 3,808 square kilometers.The climate is typically Mediterranean, with hot dry summers and generally low rainfall totals. Winters are cool and generally mild in the low-lying areas adjacent to the sea, but are harsher in the mountains...  

Cyclades islands

The Cyclades are a Greek island group in the Aegean Sea, south-east of the mainland of Greece. The so-called "Cycladic village" is the very symbol of Greece with its blazing white houses set in an eye-flinching rockscape between the great blues of the sea and the sky...   

Evia Island

The stunning landscape and scenery, fusing both the dominating mountains and the blue crystal waters of the Aegean Sea and the Evoikos Gulf, Evia is a treat for both the heart and mind…  

Fthiotida

Fthiotida offers a beautiful and scenic retreat year round that caters to every taste. In a land of beautiful majestic mountains, as well as clean and sandy beaches, Fthiotida is a picturesque destination located in central Greece...   

Galaxidi

Galaxidi is a historical town and a municipality located in the southern part of the prefecture of Phokida.  

Ionian Sea

The Ionian Sea with the Ionian Islands, lies between the toe of Italy and the Peloponnese. The Ionian sea is home to the well known Ionian Islands such as Corfu, Lefkada, Kefalonia, Zakinthos, Ithaca, Paxoi and others...  

Kavala

Kavala is a beautiful city and the second largest one in northern Greece, the principal seaport of eastern Macedonia and the capital of Kavala regional unit...  

Litochoro

Litochoro is a town and a former municipality in the southern part of the Pieria regional unit. Thanks to its infrastructure Litochoro supports tourism twelve months a year. It combines the image of the snowy mountain with a separate endless blue sea...  

Loutraki

Loutraki is a seaside town which belongs to the Prefecture of Corinthia, located 80 km from Athens and 4 km from Corinthos town. It has the great privilege to be located in a strategic geographical position as it is at a connecting point between Athens and the Peloponese, where one of the most important archeological destinations of Greece are found, such as the Ancient city of Corinth, Sikyon, Mycenae, Argos, Nafplio, Epidaurus, Olympia and Mystras. The region of Loutraki has also its own archaeological site of great importance located at the end of the Parachora peninsula, the Sanctuary of the goddess Hera...  

Pilion

Pilion is a famous Greek peninsula which is located in the center of Greece, between Athens and Thessaloniki, and near the city of Volos. Buying realty in Pilion area is a really wise step…  

Real estate in Crete

The largest and the most famous island in Greece. The island has plenty to offer: mountainous landscapes, a coast with many beautiful beaches and rocky coves, picturesque towns and charming villages and harbors & delicious Mediterranean food...  

Real estate in Halkidiki

Halkidiki is located in northern Greece - 100 km far from Thessaloniki, the second largest city of Greece, where the international airport “Macedonia” is situated. Halkidiki is actually a peninsula divided into three “fingers”, (or as Greek say “legs”) appearing as such on the map of Greece, which stretches into the Aegean Sea. The three “legs” are Kassandra, Sithonia and Mount Athos and each of them have their own history, style and corresponding style life...  

Real estate in Peloponnese

The Peloponnese is a large peninsula and region in southern Greece, forming the part of the country south of the Gulf of Corinth...  

Saronic Gulf

The Saronic Gulf or Gulf of Aegina forms part of the Aegean Sea and defines the eastern side of the isthmus of Corinth. It is the eastern terminus of the Corinth Canal, which cuts across the isthmus. Islands that are lined in the middle of the Gulf are Aegina, Salamis, and Poros along with smaller islands of Patroklou and Vleves. The port of Piraeus, also Athens' port is lying on the northeastern edge of the gulf. Ellinikon International Airport, used to stood is also in the northeast. Beaches are lined up to much of its coast from Poros to Epidaurus, Galataki to Kineta and from Megara to Eleusis and from Piraeus down to Anavyssos. Athens' urban area surrounds the northern and the eastern coasts of this gulf.  

Skiathos Island

Skiathos is in the northwest Aegean Sea and it is the westernmost island in the Northern Sporades group, east of the Pelion peninsula in Magnesia on the mainland, and west of the island of Skopelos.   

Thassos

The Macedonian island of Thassos, with thousands of years of Greek history on its shoulders and its unique natural landscape, is still known as the "Emerald of the Aegean", a beautiful combination of blue and green. There are traditional mountain villages and sparkling beaches, many seafront fishing villages, the remains of prehistoric settlements, relicts of the ancient and classical eras, early Christian basilicas built on the ruins of ancient temples, old churches and dozens of tiny sanctuaries dotted about the landscape, making Thassos one of the most important travel destinations in the Greek part of Macedonia...   

Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki is the 2nd city of Greece after Athens. Its center is built on the sea shore and many restaurants with delicious and renowned food as well as trendy bars and cafes attract an important number of people every day and night. Thessaloniki has a much more relaxed style of life. Everything seems much closer and most of the attractions are within a walking distance from the city center...