Agia Galini, Crete South Coast – nothing but tavernas, bars, gift shops and rooms to rent

The village of Agia Galini sprang up about a century ago on the site of an abandoned Roman port. It is a pleasant enough place, the hotels and houses almost tumble down the steep road that leads to the harbour. In places, there are houses that appear to be in imminent peril of literally tumbling down a 40m cliff – tellingly, they seem to be uninhabited.
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Lassithi, Crete – excellent wines and whitewashed windmills

Paleochora, Crete – excellent sandy beaches

Rethymnon, Crete – popular choice for visitors to the west of the island

Malia, Crete Holidays – number one clubbing destination for Brits

Athens beaches – best beach facilities around Athens coast

Athens's proximity to the coast offers a variety of opportunities to people to engage in beach activities while enjoying your stay in the city.  Most beach facilities in Athens are no more than 30-40 minutes away  from the centre, if you take the bus or a taxi. The Metro is also quite useful. While  from mid-June to early September most beach facilities are crowded, with a  variety of sports to engage in, a visit is definitely worth the trouble.
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Summer Holidays in Kefalonia, Greece

Super Paradise Beach, Mykonos – Naturists Enjoy Curving Sandy Bay

Santorini Sunset: where to stay in Santorini for the best views – Santorini villas, hotels and apartments

Dodecanese Holidays: Patmos, Lipsi and Agathonissi

Unspoilt beaches, crystal clear waters and picturesque white villages around every corner in the most northerly islands of the Greek Dodecanese islands

Most travellers to the group of Greek islands called the Dodecanese head to the well-developed islands of Rhodes or Kos. But the other less famous islands are worth a visit especially for those who are seeking a more tranquil type of holiday.
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