The main Greek islands of Corfu, Crete, Kefalonia, Kos and Rhodes account for more than 80% of tourist visiting the islands. The main summer season runs from the start of May through to the end of October but visitors in the last week of October should be prepared to see hotels and attractions getting ready to close down on the last day of the month. This unfortunately usually clashes with also being half-term for many schools in England. For family entertainment value Crete and Rhodes offer the best water parks and things to do for families with both Corfu and Zante coming close runners up. Halkidiki on the mainland offers some great beaches and countryside but if the children want an action packed holiday then stick to the main five Greek islands.
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5-star All Inclusive. The Mitsis Roda Beach Resort & Spa overlooks the tranquil Roda Bay on Corfu’s north-eastern shoreline. The hotel is set amidst 25-acres of colourful gardens that lead down to the sandy beach and the turquoise Ionian Sea. The magnificent location is complemented by good food and entertainment ... See more>>>
4* all inclusive. The Royal Belvedere Hotel is situated overlooking the Port of Hersonissos, 26 km east of the City of Heraklion and 25 km from Heraklion Airport. Its excellent position between the Sea and the Mountain offers guests the chance to combine the calm atmosphere of a family holiday with the exciting life of Hersonissos. See more >>>
4* All inclusive. The Mikri Poli is located in a peaceful setting by the coast, only a short walk from the resort’s centre, with numerous shops, cafés and local tavernas where you can taste traditional recipes and enjoy warm hospitality. The resort offers 3 swimming pools, beach with sand & pebbles just a 100 metres from ... See more >>>
4* All inclusive. The Chrousso Village lies at the tip of Kassandra peninsula in Paliouri, Halkidiki. The peninsula, 3000 sq.km wide, resembles a hand with three fingers and will fascinate you with its red-brown soil, the lush evergreen vegetation and its deep blue sea. The region is compared to the most beautiful thing in .. See more >>>
4* All inclusive. The Louis Zante Beach is situated on the enchanting Laganas Bay, known as the nesting area of the Caretta-Caretta turtle. It is surrounded by beautiful and extensive gardens, which cover a total area of 230 hectares of forest that reaches the golden Beach of Laganas. Zakynthos is one of the most ... See more >>>
5* All inclusive. The Mitsis Norida Beach Hotel in Kardamena is an ultra all inclusive hotel nestled at the foot of Mount Dikeos and overlooking a sweeping beach. It features well-appointed and spacious guest rooms, stunning views and a whole host of leisure facilities are complemented by a friendly and courteous ... See more >>>
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There are four levels of inclusions that cover the food and drink element of the accommodation package. These are Light - Standard/Bronze - Classic/Silver and Gold/Premier. The standard programme will include three meals a day, national spirits, beer, wine, and other non-alcoholic beverages. The Standard meal plan will also include snacks that are offered at various times during the day; specific times for both snacks and beverages can be checked in the hotels details and description section. More on what's included can be seen on our all inclusive explained page.
Currency: The Euro (EUR) is the official currency, divided into 100 cents. Banks and bureaux de change are widely available and travellers cheques and major credit cards are widely accepted. ATMs are widespread and are generally the cheapest and most convenient method of obtaining euros.
Time: Local time is GMT
+2 (GMT +3 between the last Sunday in April and the last Sunday in October).
Language: Greek is the national language, but English is widely spoken.
Electricity: Electrical current is 220 volts, 50Hz. A variety of plugs are in use including the European-style two-pin and the round three-pin.
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