Greek Islands honeymoon Packages
28. What clothing should I pack? What else should I pack for travel to the Greek islands?
Due to three to four scheduled transfers between the islands, we recommend that you pack light for your True Greece trip.
Informal clothing such as khakis, light denims and drip-dry cottons is appropriate. You may also bring a combination of shorts and long pants for your personal comfort. Even though you will probably be able to wear t-shirts or shirts on most summer nights, evenings may get relatively chilly and the wind may be strong, so a light jacket, windbreaker, or sweaters may come in handy. Even though rain is unlikely to occur during the season that True Greece offers scheduled trips, you may also bring a hooded jacket. Lightweight or jogging shoes are recommended for walking in the island villages.
During your True Greece experience, you will at times dine in upscale restaurant settings, or have a cocktail in a charming bar under the Aegean sky. For such occasions, a good rule of thumb is to bring clothing that you would normally wear if you were to dine in a relatively upscale U.S. restaurant.
For entrance to the various churches and monasteries, long pants (rather than shorts) are required for men, and a skirt or dress of at least knee-height is required for women (rather than short skirts, shorts, or pants). Women are also required to wear tops that cover their shoulders (a t-shirt, shirt, or sweat shirt would suffice).