Would you rather brave the cold and wet greyness of winter at home or travel to a European country with a mild climate? Would you like to go hiking, cycling, and even swimming in the sea between the months of November and February? Would it be even better if you could combine all this with a skiing trip? Then don’t miss out on visiting Greece in the winter!
This is a time when it is possible to discover the country without the bustle of mass tourism that is omnipresent during the high season. Everywhere you go you will find peace and tranquillity. Whether exploring Athens without tourists, enjoying beaches almost all to yourself, or discovering the most beautiful trails either in areas with pleasant, mild temperatures or up in the colder, snowy heights – there are numerous good reasons to take a winter trip to the land of the gods!
Snow in Greece? It might sound unbelievable, but it’s true. In fact, Greece has several large ski resorts that are considered snow-sure, especially in January and February, and which call to visitors to pick up their skis and enjoy the groomed slopes. Whether it’s a discovery holiday on the Peloponnese, an adventure tour on the Gulf of Corinth, or a trip to sunny Crete – our guided tours will show you the most exciting, authentic winter Greece!