Crete's history spans more than six thousand years of civilization, while its natural beauty extends from virgin beaches through deep canyons and up its snowy mountains, with caves and forests and all sorts of rare wildlife that would require a lifetime to fully explore. Man has added a rich agricultural tradition of olive trees, vines, fruit and vegetables that are grown on fertile valleys and steep mountain sides and create a landscape strewn with undulating colours.
Santorini is a world-renowned destination due to its amazing volcanic topography, the romantic setting, the traditional villages and some of the best Greek beaches. The famous Oia sunset, considered by many as one of the most beautiful in the world, keeps everyone waiting for the moment when the sun slips down on the calm sea of the caldera.
The most cosmopolitan of the Greek islands, Mykonos offers beautiful sandy beaches, wonderful views, good food and a legendary party scene. Further to enjoying the town's restaurants and nightclubs at night, visit the archaeological site on the adjacent island of Delos, sail away to secluded beaches nearby, or relax by the pool watching the sun set.