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Ira Hotel & Spa
4 out of 5
Firostefani, Santorini, Santorini Island
The price is AU$152 per night from 23 Oct. to 24 Oct.
4.7/5Exceptional! (461 reviews)

"Had a great stay at the IRA hotel this week. Given COVID the hotel was short-staffed but the rooms were cleaned on time, breakfast was reasonable and the hotel manager spent a lot of time recommending places to go and bars/restaurants on check-in. He also gave us an upgrade to a caldera view as the ..."…"

Reviewed on 2 Aug. 2020

Ira Hotel & Spa
Sofitel Athens Airport
5 out of 5
Athens International Airport, Spata-Artemida, Attiki
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$255 per night from 26 Oct. to 27 Oct.
4.4/5Excellent! (2,204 reviews)

"An excellent hotel for an overnight stay for connecting flights/ferries etc very convenient! It was a bit disappointing that the restaurants were closed for breakfast & dinner due to covid the smaller snack bar outside was open on a restricted menu. Breakfast was served in your room which was good ..."…"

Reviewed on 18 Sep. 2020

Sofitel Athens Airport
Kiani Beach Resort Family - All Inclusive
5 out of 5
Kiani Akti, Chania, Crete Island
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$149 per night from 27 Oct. to 28 Oct.
4.2/5Very Good! (425 reviews)

"Pleasant hotel and atmosphere. Everything was right in the place: the animators, all the entertainment team, bar personnel and waitresses. Very clean and you have all the amenities you need for your stay. Also delicious food and varied. Definitely I will go back."…"

Reviewed on 1 Oct. 2020

Kiani Beach Resort Family - All Inclusive

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Electra Metropolis Athens
5 out of 5
15 Mitropoleos Street, Athens, Attiki
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$267 per night from 1 Nov. to 2 Nov.
4.6/5Exceptional! (1,162 reviews)

"Great location within walking distance of everything. Comfortable clean rooms. Food and drink was expensive but this is to be expected. Service could’ve been better - reception staff were not overly welcoming."…"

Reviewed on 12 Oct. 2020

Electra Metropolis Athens
The Pinnacle Athens
5 out of 5
75 Eolou & Evripidou, Athens
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$96 per night from 9 Nov. to 10 Nov.
4.7/5Exceptional! (101 reviews)

"Ιt was the best hotel I ve ever been! Super staff , great location , stylish suites , delicious breakfast , breathtaking Acropolis view , excellent wine bar at the roof top We will definitely come again"…"

Reviewed on 9 Oct. 2020

The Pinnacle Athens
Nissaki Boutique Hotel
5 out of 5
Platis Gialos Beach, Mykonos, Mykonos Island
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4.8/5Exceptional! (389 reviews)

"We had an amazing stay at Nissaki. The hotel is absolutely gorgeous with incredible views. The staff were really friendly and helpful and made our stay an easy comfortable experience. The bar cocktails were great too! Would definitely be back!"…"

Reviewed on 25 Sep. 2020

Nissaki Boutique Hotel
Volcano View Hotel Santorini
5 out of 5
Fira, Santorini, Santorini Island
The price is AU$212 per night from 23 Oct. to 24 Oct.
4.6/5Wonderful! (560 reviews)

"Very clean and comfortable rooms. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Stunning views across the caldera"…"

Reviewed on 4 Oct. 2020

Volcano View Hotel Santorini
OKU Hotel Kos - Former Casa Cook Kos
The price is AU$240 per night from 27 Oct. to 28 Oct.
4.6/5Exceptional! (114 reviews)

"The whole hotel was very clean, exceptionally good and the atmosphere was fantastic"…"

Reviewed on 3 Nov. 2019

OKU Hotel Kos - Former Casa Cook Kos
Dana Villas & Infinity Suites
4 out of 5
Firostefani, Santorini, Santorini Island
The price is AU$279 per night from 25 Oct. to 26 Oct.
4.4/5Wonderful! (362 reviews)

"The service was SPOT ON. Everything about the staff and the scenery was perfect."…"

Reviewed on 4 Aug. 2020

Dana Villas & Infinity Suites
Lindos Grand
4 out of 5
VLYCHA BEACH, Rhodes, South Aegean
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Accommodation in Greece

Although it’s widely regarded as the cradle of Western Civilization, Greece is home to a whole lot more than just ancient ruins and archaeological digs. You can experience all of the exciting attractions offered by the birthplace of democracy when you book a Greece holiday package here with us.

When to Visit

The months leading into and out of summer are generally considered the best time of year to visit Greece, as the temperatures in the middle of this season tend to reach extreme levels. Greece accommodation can be less crowded during these peripheral periods, too. You’re also likely to find an assortment of cheap flights to Greece at this time. One drawback of visiting during these off-season times, however, is that some transportation services don’t operate as frequently or as late into the evening.

What to See and Do

If should come as no surprise that historic structures account for the top visited attractions in Greece. The Acropolis at Athens, home to the world-famous Parthenon, is among the most frequented stops, but there are dozens of other temples scattered throughout the country’s lush landscape. In addition to the ruins, many museums in Greece further explore the country’s rich history. The National Archaeological Museum of Athens is not to be missed, while the more finely focused Acropolis Museum offers a glimpse at the artefacts found on the rocky grounds of the ancient citadel.

As far as natural attractions are concerned, the Samariá Gorge on Crete is a beloved spot for bushwalkers and those eager to explore one of Greece’s most popular national parks. In addition, the many other nearby islands provide a variety of different treasures to discover.

There’s plenty more to see and do in this culture-rich country in the midst of the Mediterranean. See for yourself the wonder that awaits when you use our helpful search tools to find cheap Greece hotels, flights, and car hires. At Expedia.com.au, we’re committed to providing you with affordable travel arrangements, so you can focus more on your itinerary and less on your financials.

Geography

Greece is a peninsular country that juts out into the Ionian Sea and Mediterranean Sea. It’s located in Europe, east of Turkey and south of Albania, Macedonia, and Bulgaria. The country also includes over 1,000 islands, the largest of which are Crete and Cyprus. While Greece is known for its picturesque coastlines, much of the country is mountainous. The Pindus mountain range is the most prominent, while Mount Olympus is the highest point in Greece.

Best and Worst Times to Visit

Spring and autumn are the best times to visit Greece because the weather is pleasant, and the summer vacationers aren’t around. It’s warm enough to swim in the sea and the sun is out. Keep in mind though, Easter is one of the most popular holidays in the country, so hotel availability can be sparse at this time. Also, many shops open in June and close in October, so you could face fewer options during the off-season.

If you don’t want to deal with swarms of vacationers and soaring temperatures around 100 degrees F, avoid visiting during August. The scorching summertime attracts visitors, which causes rates to skyrocket. Also, temperatures drop from November to February, and Greece becomes chillier and cloudier. This time span is considered one of the worst times to visit if you’ve got your heart set on beach weather.

Lodging

Greece is a hot spot for honeymoons, family trips, and solo getaways. Here at Expedia.com.au, we offer the best selection of affordable hotels in Greece that suit all your vacation preferences. Whether you’re traveling with your kids or celebrating your anniversary, there’s a place for you. Some of these hotels feature restaurants with authentic Greek cuisine and complimentary breakfasts. Many of them provide a bar, 24-hour front desk service, and Wi-Fi access in public areas, too.

You’ll also find a selection of Greece resorts that include additional amenities than those offered at the hotels. Some feature full-service spas and outdoor pools, while others present poolside bars and nightclubs. When you browse our assortment, you’ll find cheap deals on resorts and hotels in Greece that fall within your travel budget.

Things to Do

If you’re venturing to Greece to bask on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, head straight to Crete. As Greece’s largest island, Crete flaunts a picturesque coastline and secluded beaches. Balos Beach is a top pick and has been compared to the Caribbean for its white sand and clear water, while Vai is another favorite beach, surrounded by Europe’s largest palm tree forest. Island hop to other picture-perfect destinations, such as Mykonos and Santorini, which boast magnificent sea views, cobblestone streets, and the famous white-washed houses.

There’s more to this Mediterranean paradise than the aqua water and white villas stacked along the coastline. The country is steeped in history, and Athens is one of the top places to see some of the most celebrated landmarks. Visit the Acropolis of Athens, which is an ancient citadel, and discover the Parthenon that dates back to 440 BC. While you’re in town, browse the exhibits at the National Archaeological Museum, explore Syntagma Square, and then rest up at one of the nearby hotels in Athens.

Turn up the adventure during your Grecian getaway. Hike around the ancient sites in Delfi or explore the serenity of nature at the Aoos Gorge. Get some height with a rock climbing excursion at Mount Timfi, paraglide over Drama for a bird’s-eye view of the region, and whitewater raft in Tzoumerka. From sea kayaking around Kefalonia to mountain biking in Mount Olympus, you’ll see a different side of the Greek islands.

Culture

Greece has an extensive history, and much of its past is still celebrated and preserved today. The concept of theater was developed in Athens, while the Olympic games are traced back to Olympia. The Greek people are responsible for creating marble and bronze sculptures along with the style of Greek Romantic art.

There are also a number of festivals that take place in Greece. Carnival is one of the most famous celebrations the country. During the three weeks leading up to Clean Monday, the streets become a colorful sea of carnivals and parades. Live music blares, while costumed performers dance along elaborate floats. Teams compete in treasure hunts, searching for clues throughout the city; children play games; and fireworks fly through the sky.

After observing Carnival and Lent, the Greek people host Easter, which is one of their biggest holidays. They start the celebrations on Maundy Thursday by dying eggs red, and then decorating the Epitaph on Good Friday. Easter Sunday marks the end of their 40-day fast, prompting a massive lamb feast.

Food

Greek food follows the Mediterranean diet. Many of the dishes feature olive oil, fish, and vegetables, however, each region of Greece adds its own spin. While there are variations on many of these meals, some of the most popular fare includes dolmades, moussaka, and courgette balls. Olives and feta cheese often accompany the cuisine, while honey and baklava make for a sweet desert.

Whether you’re craving some fresh Mediterranean cuisine or a peaceful getaway at the seaside, Greece is the answer to all your vacation desires. Sort through our selection of cheap deals on hotels and flights to Greece to get your island sojourn started today.