Acropolis of Lindos


The Greek Islands and mainland have been some of the world’s most sought-after tourist destinations for decades. With its rich history, stunning natural landscapes, and vibrant culture, it’s easy to see why Greece attracts millions of visitors each year. Here are some top tourist attractions to add to your itinerary when exploring Greece:

The ancient city of Delphi

In ancient times, the city of Delphi was the center of life for an entire civilization. On the territory of the former flourishing metropolis, there are ruins of several sights: the famous temple of Apollo, and the temple of Athena, and a theater and an ancient stadium, and Mount Parnassus.

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Each of these objects should bring vivid emotions. A visit to Delphi and the sights located in the city will leave an unusual impression on the memory of tourists.

Melissani Cave Lake (Attractions of Greece)

The cave lake radiates inner bliss. Lovers should visit this place and join hands in the water. According to legend, this ceremony will strengthen the couple’s love relationship. In addition, the water of the lake is flowing in its purity: what will the traveler see in the depth of ten meters.

Palace of the Grand Masters at Rhodes

The palace built on the site of the Temple of Helis. By visiting this wonderful castle consisting of more than 200 rooms, the traveler will get to know about the interesting facts about the life of the people during the time of the crusaders. The corridors adorned with artifacts reminiscent of ancient times.

Mount Olympus (Attractions of Greece)

The Mountain of the Gods is located in Thessaly. The attraction is the most important for the entire world, has the status of reserve and is under the protection of UNESCO. In the mountains, tourists can observe the life of wild animals, conquer three mountain peaks independently.
Olympus has three mountains: Mitika, 2917 meters high, Scolio and Stefani. A pinnacle resembles a throne for the gods. It is difficult to imagine Greece without Mount Olympus, as it is one of the main assets of the country.


Petalauds or Valley of Butterflies is located on Roads. Tourists who prefer living nature over stone structures must go there. Travelers will see thousands of colorful butterflies. The reserve is home to both lizards and rare birds.

Vicos Ghat (Attractions of Greece)

Listed in the Guinness Book of Records. After visiting it, travelers will see about a hundred species of unique, rare plants, various animals. There are about seven rare fish species in the rivers of the national park. In autumn, the gorge looks unusual, so it is best to visit it at this time of the year. The ghat considered to be the deepest in the entire world. Not far from Vikos is the region called Zagori.

Mount Athos

The most famous place on the planet for Orthodoxy is Mount Athos. Visiting this group of twenty monasteries is highly significant for every Christian. However, entrance to the temple is restricted for Christians. Due to the specific rules, way of life, and customs for pilgrims of Athos, only 110 individuals are permitted to visit the sacred site per day. The Brothers of Mount Athos live in the Byzantine period. Even in different Bihar the time is different, which creates interest and wonder among the tourists. The hill dwellers live according to the old rules of monastic lifestyle.

Santorini Volcano (Attractions of Greece)

The specialty of this volcano is that it leaves behind a huge giant. The view of the once magnificent volcanic remains is mesmerizing. Vibrant sandy shores and extraordinary sceneries are exactly what every nature enthusiast craves.

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The attraction itself  located on the island of Santorini and considered one of the most beautiful in the entire world. The volcano was right in the heart of the city.


Mycenae is a living monument from the Bronze Age. They are the ruins of a civilization and testify to the greatest turnover of civilizations. The city area has a palace, various tombs and foundations of ancient buildings. It will be interesting for every architect and lover of architectural structures to see live plans of any ancient ancient city or ruins. Mycenae considered one of the most important centers of culture and history in the history of ancient Greece. Located 90 km from Athens.

Mystra and Sparta (Attractions of Greece)

One of the main tourist attractions in Greece are the ruins of two ancient cities – Sparta and Mystra. Arriving at one of the former settlements, the traveler will notice the combination of stone buildings and wildlife. Also, there are remains of houses, ancient churches, castles in the cities.
Sparta left virtually no architectural structures behind. But the former city is now home to various fruit trees.

Few people have heard of Mystras, but this ancient city is worth a visit. First, Mystra is a continuation of Sparta. And secondly, the remains of the city included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and the magnificent frescoes are a distinctive feature of the city.

Castle of Critinia

Located on a rock on the island of Rhodes. Only the outer walls and a small part of the chapel survive from the royal fort. Above the entrance to the fort, visitors can see the family coats of the two ruling rulers in ancient times. About a thousand tourists visit the fort every year.

Acropolis of Lindos (Attractions of Greece)

The Acropolis of Lindos, situated in the city of Lindos on the island of Rhodes, is located on one of its peaks. The city  built on multiple levels and boasts several notable landmarks, including the ship figure, the knight’s castle, and the temple of Athena Linda. The Acropolis itself is a fascinating mix of ancient Greek, Roman, Byzantine, and medieval cultures. From November to April, visitors can enjoy free entry to this captivating attraction.

Olympia in the Peloponnese

Olympia in the Peloponnese is a must-visit destination for everyone. It showcases the customs of the Olympic Games through its arena and several temples dedicated to the main gods, Zeus and Hera. During the Games, the Olympic flame ignited, a tradition that continues to this day.

Plastira Lake

Plastira Lake has become a popular attraction for visitors to Greece in recent years. The crystal-clear water creates a stunning contrast against the backdrop of lush greenery. The lake also serves as a vital source of water for nearby settlements and is situated at an altitude of 800 meters above sea level.

Greece has something to offer for every kind of traveler. Whether you’re interested in history, culture, or simply relaxing on a beach, there’s no shortage of incredible experiences to be had in this beautiful Mediterranean country.