If like us you love Summer holidays spent exploring awe inspiring ancient cities and pristine islands, surrounded by turquoise blue water, then our Croatia and Greece tours offer you all that and more.
Our tours feature stopovers to marvel in the wonderment of the cities of Dubrovnik and Athens, whilst making time to relax on some of the countries most popular islands including Hvar, Brac, Santorini & Rhodes.
We’ve created a selection of private tailor-made itineraries for you to choose from, which can be customised to suit your exact budget and holiday time scales. Our private tours include return flights, private transfers, professional English speaking tour guides and our concierge service, on hand to make sure every part of your holiday is catered for.
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The otherworldly island of Santorini is probably best known for two things – the dramatic sweeping views full of colourful cliffs, pristine beaches and the deep blue waters of the Aegean sea and of course the white sugar-cube like churches that don a hat of royal blue. Of course the beaches too are one of the Santorini’s most beautiful draws – and they are beautiful.
Crowned with the stunning Acropolis – home to the magnificent Parthenon temple, Athens is a city of undeniably great beauty. The ancient Acropolis looms over a network of concrete which forms the metropolis below, where antique stone monuments mingle effortlessly with contemporary tavernas and stylish bars. In contrast, the Agora, which was once the city’s main marketplace, is now a grazing land made up of Olive trees and fallen columns. It’s a romantic spot to walk, taking in the overgrown greenery amongst the remnants of what was once one of the busiest locales in the city – where in ancient times, one would sit, stand and heckle as the likes of Socrates and St. Paul made public speeches.
Rhodes is the most stunning and largest of the Dodecanese Islands – known for its exquisite beach resorts, ancient ruins that stretch as far back as the Crusades and its collection of quaint villages and vibrant towns. The island has a wonderfully diverse selection of beaches to choose from alongside dense woodland terrain and an exceptional history which is at its best in Rhodes City. There, the Byzantine old town is literally a maze of cobbled streets – the jewel of which is the stunning Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes – one of very few pieces of Gothic architecture in Greece.