Everything is Greek to Me:
Greeks can be smug about many things—this is the nation, after all, that brought you the word “hubris”—but the boasts about their Mediterranean climate are well deserved. Warm, sunny weather arrives in Greece as early as April and lasts into October, although you should avoid the peak summer months of July and August, when temperatures and prices soar.
Hellenic greatness, both real and imagined, is as much a foundation stone of Greek identity as Aristotle and the Acropolis, and close to a decade of economic free fall hasn’t dampened the appeal of Greece’s turquoise bays, seaside cafés, and ancient ruins. From Athens’ art galleries to Cycladic beaches to Santorini’s famous Assyrtiko wine, here are an insider’s tips to the best this Mediterranean playground has to offer.
Go with Nat Geo: Just outside of UNESCO Global Geopark Vikos-Aoos, stay at Aristi Mountain Resort and Villas.
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