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Adventure in Greece

Known for its ancient culture, famous archeological sites and significant influence on the arts, Greece is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations. But you can escape the crowds off the beaten path where you'll be treated to vibrant culture, unspoiled beaches and far-flung islands. Go sea kayaking in the Sporades islands, rock climbing in Kalymnos, windsurfing in Paros, white water rafting in the Peloponnese or mountaineering on Olympus. The options for adventure are seemingly endless when it comes to making your dream honeymoon come true.

The Basics for Every Greece Adventure

Time Zone: UTC +2 hours
Official Language: Greek
Other Languages: English (common in tourism fields)
Currency: Euro
Entry Requirements: Valid passport
Best Times to Visit: Summer

Greece Honeymoons

Hot sun, warm seas and diverse landscapes make the Greek Islands a fantastic place to honeymoon. Between exciting excursions on your Greece honeymoon itinerary, bask in the sun along Greece's extensive coastlines and islands cradled by the Aegean, Ionian, and Mediterranean Seas. You can also head to Athens, immersing yourselves in the capital's vibrant nightlife. There are plenty of places to stay, too, ranging from all-inclusive resorts to more rustic accommodations.

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Destination Weddings in Greece

On a pristine beach, in the bustling city or at a historic Greek Orthodox church, the country offers an array of beautiful wedding venues. Choose an all-inclusive wedding package to enjoy your perfect day without worrying about the wedding cake, ceremony, honeymoon stay and other details.

Climate & Weather

The weather in Greece is highly variable because of its geographical differences between the mainland, mountains and coastal areas. However, most of the country enjoys a semi-arid Mediterranean climate with plenty of sunshine, mild temperatures and low rainfall averages. Summer days are hot and dry but cooled by the Meltemi winds. Winters bring snowfall to the mountains.