All Inclusive deals to Greece
With All inclusive holidays to Greece, the main costs are covered. So you can use less energy worrying about budgeting, and more on enjoying yourself.
On All inclusive holidays to Greece, the major things – flights, accommodation and meals at your hotel – are in the bag. That means you just need to relax and get stuck in to the beaches, boat trips and ramped–up nightlife. Here are our top 5 options for when you get out there...
- Corfu's beaches
If you're looking for a traditional beach holiday, Corfu is ideal bucket–and–spade territory. It rounds up some of the best beaches in Greece, with horseshoe–shaped Glyfada being one of the best. This Blue Flag number packs in plenty of watersports, like jet–skiing and sea–biking, while pine–clad mountains in the background finish things off. Or, take the little ones to laid–back San Stefanos beach, with family–friendly shallow water and gently shelving sand.
- Boat trips to a grotto
You'll feel like you're in a submarine when you go on a trip to the Blue Grotto in Zante – the walls of this string of caves magically reflect the water, giving the impression that you're surrounded by the sea. You can take your mask and flippers with you too – the Grotto is in a great spot for snorkelling on Skinari Cape in the north of the island.
- Trips to Rhodes Town
Narrow cobbled streets and cubbyhole shops are tucked away behind the thick walls and battlements of this Medieval citadel. But there's more to it than history and souvenir hunting – Rhodes Town is surrounded by beaches, and the new town has loads of dawn–'til–dusk clubbing spots, too. If that's not enough, the non–stop nightlife of Faliraki is only 20 minutes away.
- Party harbour
The harbour is where it all happens in Chania in Crete By day it's a place to stop off for coffee, have a meal at one of the fish restaurants or stock up at the ouzo shops. At night, the harbour morphs into a serious party animal, with bars and clubs pumping out Euro pop to a trendy crowd. It keeps it up 'til the early hours – most places around here don't shut 'til 5am.
- Natural hot tub
If you visit Thermes in Kos you might wonder exactly what the attraction of a shingle beach at the bottom of a steep cliff is. The answer is a 100% natural hot spring, complete with bubbles which rise up from cracks in the sea bed. Just take off your jewellery – it won't like the sulphur – lie back, and relax.