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Greece is considered the birthplace of Western civilisation and its archaeological and historical heritage is amazing. The central and northern areas of the mainland are covered in beautiful mountain ranges, stunning valleys and lush plains. In the south is the capital Athens and to the southwest is the Peloponnese, with its own mountains, miles of citrus groves and stunning beaches. Add to this the many islands stretched out across the Aegean Sea and around the coast.
When to go
The best weather is in the summer months, especially June, July and August, with temperatures averaging 32C. As result this is the busiest time of year for tourism and makes it difficult to find cheap hotel deals in Greece. The best times for bargains and good weather are May and September. Greek hotels are cheapest in December and January but many of the tourist facilities, especially on the islands, are closed.Similarly the flights are cheapest outside of the peak holiday season but if you let us search the most up to date prices we should be able to find you some really cheap flights to Greece no matter when you want to go.
Where to stay
There are a wide range of luxury hotels in Greece like the Blue Palace Resort & Spa, Elounda, Greece. The mid-range sector is well catered for and the Marine Hotel Greece gets good reviews. At the budget end you'll find lots of B&Bs and traditional inns to choose from and ABC Guesthouse is a popular choice. The O&B Boutique Hotel, Greece is in Athens and gets great reviews as does the Omiros Hotel, Greece. If you're not sure exactly what you are looking for take a look at our cheap holidays in Greece. which might give you some inspiration as well as showing you some great deals.
Most tourists head for one of the many islands of which Crete, Corfu, Rhodes, Mykonos and Kos are the biggest and best known. These all have major resorts and are well served by the big UK package holiday companies. Away from the main Greek resorts it's still possible to find quiet villages and secluded beaches where you can escape the masses. Islands such as Hydra, Kefalonia and Sifnos are much quieter and relatively unspoilt, making them perfect destinations for a relaxed holiday.