Attica
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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 2 reviews

We stopped at two wineries, Mylonas and Papagiannakos, and they were both very good, with great wines and nice people. We particularly enjoyed Papagiannakos, and ended up buying some of their wine to take back to our hotel. The sommelier, Stefanos, was very generous with his time, his knowledge, and his good humour, and that all made for a very enjoyable tour and tasting. Lunch by the seaside was nice too, and we got to know our tour guide (Spyros) better... he gave us a recommendation for a wine bar in Athens (Oinoscent) which we enjoyed visiting as well, and followed up by sending us more information about Greek wine once we were home. This tour was top notch.

Our guide Leonidas was super nice and entertained us well throughout the tour. Every now and then he stopped briefly to pick herbs from the roadside and we could then guess what it was. He made the tour interesting with anecdotes and funny stories. Always gave us enough time to explore the places we visited and took care of everything.

This wine and history tour exceeded our expectations! Spyros was in contact with us from the moment we booked until the day of our tour. The private tour allowed us to have dedicated attention and learn so much about Greece history and Greek wines. We can’t wait to book another tour on our next trip to Greece!

Excellent Activity, I highly recommend, very pleasant traditional meal, magnificent landscapes, the guide explains very well the history of the lassithi plateau and the cave of Zeus, and as a bonus if you like goats you will be delighted to stop in a sheepfold in the middle of the mountains.

very beautiful day, our guide Yannis was very interesting, and to see fascinating not stingy with anecdote and explanations on Crete and its inhabitants Just a point, it is planned in your "leaflet" the visit of the cave of ZEUS, on the field is not planned