Greece is undoubtedly one of the most popular summer destinations in the world, but it is also a fact that Greece is the most mountainous European country, with 78% of its land covered by mountains!
On the mainland, mountain villages are frequently covered in blankets of snow. Many of the peaks above are dressed in white from November to April, attracting many local and foreign tourists.
This is a great time to explore the other side of Greece – one of rivers, mountains and unique natural landscapes, as yet undiscovered by mass tourism.
Winter visitors will have the opportunity to get in touch with picturesque villages and the friendly locals, taste delicious traditional recipes and practice winter sports. Even when the weather is milder and there is no snow, who can resist a fine glass of local wine by the fireplace or a carefree walk in the charming traditional stone alleys?
Most surprisingly, visitors will discover that Greece has to offer some state of the art winter mansions & chalets. Luxury meets traditional architecture and the result is an accommodation experience not to be missed!