Piraeus, a port city and Greece's third biggest by population, is home to some of the country's most treasured religious and historical sites.
Chania is a port city on Crete's northwest coast where visitors may enjoy the splendor of a rebuilt lighthouse throughout the daytime. In the evening, the Old Venetian Port, dotted with stores and restaurants, comes to life.
Agios Nikolas, located on Crete's coast, is famed for its magnificent beaches, little coves, and quiet coastal houses.
Pyrgos, a hidden treasure off the usual route in Santorini, is one of the island's highest settlements, with stunning views over Fira and Oia.
Rethymno, home to a large assortment of beaches, ancient monuments, and beautiful vistas, is also noted for its historic Rethymno Lighthouse and Renaissance and Ottoman buildings.
Kastoria, a tiny peninsula city with over 60 Byzantine churches, is located in the northwestern part of the lake. A visit to Kastoria provides breathtaking views of the Orestiada Lake as well as the peaceful Grammos and Vitsi Mountains.
Patras, located west of Athens, is home to the Saint Andrew Church and Apollon Municipal Theatre, which serve as the core of this thriving port town.
Nafplion, a seaside city in the eastern Peloponnese area, with Turkish fountains, neoclassical palaces, and picturesque cobblestone streets in its historic Old Town.