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From sailing across the Aegean to hiking impressive peaks and spending lazy days on the sun-kissed beaches, Greece holidays come in every pace to suit a variety of holidaymaker's. Check out our guides below on the best locations and resorts in Greece.
Corfu
paleokastritsa beach in Corfu
Crete
Beautiful beach in Crete
Kos
Lovely beach in Kos
Rhodes
Rhodes main beach
Zakynthos
Beaches in Zakynthos
Zante
gerakas beach in Zante

Few places in the world have such a strong and individual identity as Greece. It has its own culture, its own language, even its own alphabet. It's also the birthplace of democracy and the starting point for Western world.

Some of the greatest philosophers and wordsmith's ever to exist came from Ancient Greece, as well as the world's most enduring mythology and legend. Reminders of its past are strewn throughout the country; crumbling columns or ancient structures can be found in the middle of the sleepiest countryside and the centre of the busiest city.

But it's not just the country's past that is famous. Despite clinging adamantly to its traditions, Greece also manages to be contemporary and forward looking - as mindful of the future as it is of its distinguished past. The country's towns and cities bustle with achingly cool bars and the funkiest of boutiques. Greece does style as well as it does antiquity.
However, if it's the traditional picture postcard Greece you are looking for then it won't disappoint. Whitewashed churches and pretty villages smothered in flowers are the rule, not the exception.

Greek countryside is diverse and varies dramatically throughout the country. From lush greenery, to rocky mountains, to sun baked rocks. However, it is consistently beautiful and whichever island you choose you can guarantee it will provide a stunning backdrop to your holiday.
But Greece's crowning glory are its beaches. With more coastline that any other country in Europe it is a true beach lovers paradise. Secluded coves or endless swaths of sugar white sand, the choice is yours.

Combine all this with some of the friendliest, most relaxed people in Europe and you have one of the best holiday destinations in the world.

Economy of Greece:

Greece is a country located in southeastern Europe, on the Mediterranean Sea. It is a part of the European Union, and its economy is the 20th largest in the world. Greece has a long history of economic growth and development, but it has also faced numerous economic challenges in recent years.

The Greek economy is primarily dependent on services, which account for approximately two-thirds of the country’s GDP. The service sector includes tourism, finance, and retail trade. Agriculture and manufacturing also contribute to the economy, although to a lesser degree. Greece is a major producer of olives, citrus fruits, grains, and dairy products. It is also a major producer of textiles, pharmaceuticals, and chemicals.

In recent years, Greece has experienced a significant amount of economic instability. The country has faced several major economic crises since 2010, including the global recession of 2008, the European debt crisis of 2011, and the Greek government-debt crisis of 2015. These crises have caused the country’s GDP to decline, and its unemployment rate to rise.

Greece’s economic challenges have been compounded by austerity measures imposed by the European Union. These measures, which include tax increases, spending cuts, and labor market reforms, have been designed to reduce the country’s debt burden. However, they have also contributed to a decrease in the country’s economic growth.

Despite its economic struggles, Greece has made some progress in recent years. The country’s economy has stabilized, and its unemployment rate has decreased. In addition, Greece has implemented a number of economic reforms, such as tax reductions and labor market liberalization, which have helped to improve the country’s competitiveness.

Overall, the economy of Greece is still in a state of transition. The country’s economic future remains uncertain, as the country continues to struggle with high levels of debt and unemployment. However, the Greek government is committed to improving the country’s economic outlook, and is taking steps to make its economy more competitive and attractive to foreign investors.

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