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Thessaloniki: Full-Day Bus Trip to Meteora

1. Thessaloniki: Full-Day Bus Trip to Meteora

Embark on a full-day bus trip to Meteora from Thessaloniki. Explore this UNESCO world heritage site and admire the unique landscape. Depart Thessaloniki in the morning and journey to the amazing monastery complex of Meteora to visit 2 of the 6 holy monasteries, depending on their operating schedule. Get access to holy sites such as the women's Monastery of Agios Stefanos with its impressive wood-carved iconostasis, or visit the Monastery of the Holy Trinity, perched on the top of a rocky precipice over 400 meters high. Alternatively, discover the tower of the old preserved net at the Monastery of Varlaam, or explore the largest of the monasteries at the Monastery of Great Meteoron. Take in panoramic views of these incredible structures and the stunning landscape. Enjoy a traditional Greek lunch in Kastraki, near the city of Kalampaka, before heading back to Thessaloniki.

Zakynthos Island: Navagio Shipwreck Beach & Blue Caves Tour

2. Zakynthos Island: Navagio Shipwreck Beach & Blue Caves Tour

Discover the beauty of Zakynthos island on a combined minibus and glass-bottom speedboat tour. Enjoy the convenience of being picked up at your accommodation. Swim in azure caves, visit Navagio Shipwreck beach, and see sights like a 2000-year-old olive tree and Kalamaki Beach. Be picked up from the comfort of your hotel or nearby accommodation in an air-conditioned bus and listen as your guide will share with you the day's tour plan. Explore the north-east of Zakynthos Island by, stop in Katastari to snap pictures of panoramic views of Alykes Beach. See a Xigia beach which has a natural spa with sulfur and collagen, and the rocky shore of Makris Gialos Beach. Hop aboard the glass-bottom speedboat and visit the stunning Navagio Shipwreck beach. Walk on the fine golden sands and take pictures with the boat. On the way back to the harbor, you'll get the chance to swim inside the beautiful blue caves of the area. Purchase lunch at the shipwreck panoramic viewpoint before hitting some more photo hotspots like the 2000-year-old olive tree in the charming town of Exo Chora. View the island of Agios Sostis, the 8-kilometer-long Kalamaki Beach before transferring back to your hotel.

Argostoli: Full-Day Traditional Boat Cruise with Lunch

3. Argostoli: Full-Day Traditional Boat Cruise with Lunch

After gathering at the pier in front of your boat, you will begin your perfect day out on the emerald waters. You can relax on your traditional wooden boat, exploring secluded beaches and isolated islands whilst making new friends from all over the world. Enjoy traditional homemade Greek food accompanied by fresh Greek salad, fruit, and plenty of wine to enjoy throughout the day. The boat will spend more than an hour at each stop, providing you with enough time to explore, swim, snorkel, or just lay down onboard whilst enjoying a tasty cocktail that your crew can prepare for you. Later, you can use your snorkeling mask at White Rocks to explore the amazing sea bed, before reaching Vardiani Island to walk around or try some natural clay spa therapy. Your boat will be anchored at every destination, and you can simply ask someone from the crew to transfer you to shore with the small motorized boat on hand.

Zakynthos: VIP Day Cruise with Blue Caves & Shipwreck Beach

4. Zakynthos: VIP Day Cruise with Blue Caves & Shipwreck Beach

Spend the day touring Zakynthos in a comfortable, air-conditioned Mercedes minivan. Swim and snorkel in crystal waters and even venture into the Blue Caves for incredible views. In the afternoon, enjoy lunch in a typical Greek tavern and visit a traditional olive oil factory for a tasting.  The day begins with pickup from Zakynthos and the surrounding areas. The first stop of the day is Bohali hill to take in splendid views of the sea and town below. Continue to Xigia beach, where the springs provide a natural spa. In the second part of the tour, will take a 3-hour cruise to Shipwreck Beach and the Blue Caves. Enjoy 20-minute stops at each location for swimming and venture into the Blue Caves by boat to admire the lights and colors.  Return to the port and head to the Shipwreck viewpoint for stunning views. Enjoy lunch in a traditional Greek tavern and take a photo stop at the 2,500-year-old olive tree at Exo Chora. Last but not least, stop at the traditional olive oil factory, Aristeon, for a tasting and to learn about the production of olive oil in Zakynthos.

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Really well organized. At the beginning of the trip our guide, Eleni, gave us an overview of the plan for the day. She was also sharing information about the places we were passing by on the way - as well as commentary about the monasteries we were about to visit. The guide does not come with you inside, you have time to visit and explore each place by yourself. Monasteries can get overwhelmingly crowded, which in my opinion kills the charm of those beautiful places. The views around are simply magnificent so I opted for less time inside monasteries to admire the views instead. If your clothes are not compliant to the dress code, your guide might have (Eleni did) extra skirts or long trousers to borrow - otherwise you can also borrow some at the monasteries (for a small fee). The lunch place serves really delicious food. There are 2 extra stops on the way to and from Meteoras for bathroom and getting some snacks. I'd suggest to bring enough water and some snacks with you

Meteora is an amazing place. The natural beauty is stunning. We visited 2 monastaries and got a bit of insight into the history of their founding and the faith of the residents. The logistics of the trip went smoothely and everything was on time. The guide was not a registered tour guide, as far as I know, but she gave good and clear explanations, pointing out places and facts on the bus. The visit to the monastaries was on our own. The lunch break was rather long, and no provisions were made for anyone who did not wish to eat at the restaurant where we stopped. We ate the lunch that we brought with us on the wall outdside in the company of cats and had to cross the road to order a cup of coffee. I don't know if there is any alternative.

The views were amazing! One of the best locations i have ever seen, highly recommend to anyone who is touring in thessaloniki. For anyone wondering, We are not religious at all, yet we have still enjoyed the interesting monasteries greatly, along with the astonishing landscape and stone pillars

Meteora is a must while visiting Greece. I would highly recommend on either taking a bus tour or even better if you can rent a car and drive to this stunning location.

great trip! Beautiful views, visiting monasteries, unforgettable experiences. I recommend!!