The most beautiful villages in Greece

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To visit Greece It is one of the best experiences that you can have in life, especially if you are a lover of history and culture. And we must not forget that it is one of the oldest civilizations in the world. But this country bathed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean and the Ionian, is much more than that. Thus, in Greece you will enjoy a super pleasant climate practically all year round; a great natural diversity, being able to find both mountain and coastal landscapes; an exquisite gastronomy; numerous tourist attractions, which are accessible and affordable; lots of partying; and very kind people.

Without a doubt, one of the best things you can do in this European country is lose yourself in its beautiful towns. Therefore, today in Hard Hobbit To Break we are going to talk about the most beautiful ones. Would you like to join us?

Oia

Oia
How could it be otherwise, we will start by talking about Oia, which represents one of the most recognizable images of the beautiful island of Santorini, located in the Cyclades Islands. Considered one of the most beautiful towns in the world, Oia is quite small and located on the edge of a cliff. Its white houses with blue roofs stand out. In addition, it is one of the best places on the island to watch the sunset.


Rethymno

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Located on the island of Crete, Rethymnon surprises with its medieval architecture and the Venetian style of its old town. Also, vestiges can be seen turks, Hellenic and Roman. If you are lucky enough to visit this beautiful town, you cannot miss its lighthouse, the port, its old fortress and its 20 kilometers of beaches, in addition to its many bars, which offer fun until the wee hours of the morning.

Parga

Parga
The next town on our list is Parga, a town that seems to have frozen in time. Located in the Preveza prefecture, specifically opposite the islands of Antixapos and Paxos, this traditional town is built as if it were an amphitheater. The castle that dominates the town stands out, called Ali pasha, in addition to its beautiful streets, its natural areas, its beautiful beaches and its historical monuments.

Monemvasía

Monemvasia
Nor could Monemvasía, a walled town be on our list medieval narrow streets that can be accessed through a single entrance, since it is enclosed in a small peninsula. It is surprising the fact that it preserves, practically intact, walls, an old mosque, the citadel and churches. In addition, its environment is not altered either.


Arachova

Arachova
We also want to tell you about Arachova, a town located on the southern slope of Mount Parnassus. It stands out for its set of Byzantine churches, which house fresh in a perfect state of conservation. In addition, it has a very good ski resort.

Rhodes

Rhodes
Another place that can not miss on this list is Rhodes, the largest of the islands of the archipelago of Dodecanese. It is one of the most tourist areas of the country thanks to its beaches and its historical and artistic legacy. The Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes and the port stand out.

Papingo

Papingo
Papingo is a mountainous town located on the outskirts of Epirus surrounded by nature beautiful. You'll love its slate houses and cobbled alleys, plus its snow-capped peaks and magical-looking streams.

Nafplio

Nafplio
Finally, we want to tell you about Nafplio, the town that was the first capital of Greece contemporary. Here you can enjoy pleasant walks through streets paved with marble and neoclassical buildings. Plus, you'll love visiting its intertwined fortresses.

Below you can see the location of each of these towns on Google Maps.

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