You can enjoy a direct view of the sea from the terrace of a holiday villa for eight people on Rhodes.1/9Wonderful views
Aegean | Holiday houses and apartments with direct sea view offer you the best views for your next vacation in Greece’s island world.
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Pool villa for up to 12 people on the north coast of Crete.2/9Unwind and relax
Greece | The beach is too full or too far away? These holiday houses all have an own pool and guarantee you an abundance of bathing fun.
Per week from GBP 403show 1,050 offers
This holiday home on Sithonia lies directly by the sea and was awarded an average of 4.8 out of 5 possible points.3/9The best properties in Greece
We hereby present you with the best-rated holiday homes in Greece: On Crete, in Chalkidiki, on the Peloponnes or the islands in the Ionian Sea.
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Superbly furnished holiday home for up to ten people on the island of Sifnos.4/9White houses
Greece | A particular style of architecture has developed in Greece‘s island world. You‘ll find traditional whitewashed houses here – often adorned with characteristic blue door and window frames.
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You’ll find a beautiful holiday apartment above this little beach in Kiveri on the Peloponnese.5/9The beach in front of the doorstep
Greece | A vacation in Greece is always the best if the next beach is not too far away. Whether on one of the many islands or on the mainland these holiday houses are only 100 metres away from the sea.
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An atraveo customer wrote "This holiday home is beautiful." about this house for 5 people on Corfu.6/9Affordable quality
Greek | Great holiday for not much money? No problem. Here we offer you a selection of holiday apartments and houses that are not expensive and at the same time have been rated very good by other travellers.
Per week from GBP 267show 9 offers
An infinity pool with a sea view awaits you at this villa for up to 8 people on Corfu.7/9Swim into the horizon
Greece | The low edge of the infinity pool makes it seem as though you can swim directly into the landscape.
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Holiday complex consisting of stone houses with beautiful apartments in the south of Cyprus8/9Holiday in a natural stone house
Cyprus | Holiday homes of natural stone not only lend your holiday accommodation a certain charm, but are also the ideal place to retreat if the summer heat gets too much.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Kalamata
It boasts the largest and most spectacular concentration of ...
show more ancient sites, including Mycenae, Epidavros, ancient Messini and Olympia, where the Olympic games were founded. Less known but equally fascinating are the many Byzantine (medieval) cities, churches and fortresses, including the hilltown of Mystras and the sea-rock of Monemvasia. The rugged Mani peninsula, central of the three ‘fingers’, positively bristles with towers and frescoed chapels. Or, if you fancy something more civilised, check out the elegant seaside town of Nafplion, with its narrow alleys, tiled houses, castles and festivals.
Those who prefer natural wonders to man-made will not be disappointed. The southerly mountain range of Taygetos offers breathtaking gorges, spring flowers and well-maintained mulepaths to link them. Some of Greece’s finest beaches can be found on the westren finger around Pilos, or along the endless pine-shaded strand that forms the west coast. If someone is looking to visit just one part of Greece with a bit of everything, Peloponnese is certainly the place.
This is a wonderful place for relaxing, painting, reading, walking, on waymarked paths alone or with a leader, and bird watching. Winters are mild with plenty of bright sunny days but chilly nights. Summer is much longer than the tourist companies would suggest with beautiful, clear days right through December and January. Wild flowers cover the landscape from late September onwards and right through until mid-May.
The sea is extremely clean and clear. Snorkelling is worthwhile. Swimming is safe in Kalamata.
Among the many gifts of Kalamata, stands its beach, where one can reach in a few minutes on foot, even from the centre of the city. This long beach with high trees and coloured umbrellas is not only one of the most beautiful places to go for a walk, but also a great choice for swimming and lying under the sun. The presence of hundreds of people every day makes Kalamata beach look like a popular beach in an exotic island.
Traditional bakeries and fish taverns stand together with hotel beaches and non organized sections, exactly as the tourists stay together with local families or young companies with little kids fishing. The beach consists of sandstone and deepens smoothly, while the fact that it is in the centre of the Messinian Gulf guarantess that the water is quiet and warm. The beach of Kalamata is organized, wide, and has been awarded with the Blue Flag (award for clean beaches).