Gods, monsters, mountains and beaches: in the Peloponnese, there's a surprise around every corner.
If not for a small metal plaque almost concealed by foliage beside the entrance of Mon Repos, visitors would likely remain oblivious to the fact that this so-called palace was the birthplace of the spouse of Britain longest-reigning monarch.
Rocky fiscal times haven't dulled the party vibe in Athens' buzzing backstreets.
Ergon House has blossomed into that rarest of things you will find in Athens
When Plato wrote, 'Every heart sings a song' ... he may well have been talking about the Bay of St Paul.
It offers history and hedonism. It stirs the intellect, yet tempts with salty swims and chatter-filled cafes.
Amorgos' serenity is the Greece you dream of.
Rich in history and mythology, Greece is much more than its spectacular islands, for whom most is an introduction to this multi layered country. Unsurpassed vistas greets visitors at the edge of island Santorini. On the mainland it's rocky mountains, monasteries perched atop pinnacles, or the famed Acropolis ruins at the centre of its capital. Don't forget to try crumbling feta, spanikopita or souvlaki.