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Happiness in Greece is...

Greece ● 21 September 2017
 

What is happiness? Is it possible to describe it with just a few words? Yes and no. Happiness is a personal feeling and experience that is unique for each person. However, some moments can make the difference and be familiar, universal for all people. Greece can offer you this kind of moments and make you understand that happiness can really be found in small, simple things. This is not a cliché but a reality in Greece. Happiness in Greece is...


Drinking your coffee or your cocktail by the sea, under the warm sun, with the sea gulls around you even in December.

When you wake up in your hotel in Greece and listen to the sound of the waves in front of your courtyard.

Going from one bar to another and wandering around in a vivid nightlife spot, where young smiling people dance inside the bars or laugh and chat outside.

Sitting on a table by the sea, in a traditional Greek tavern, with the smell of seawater, mezedes, fresh fish and ouzo.


When you meet new people in your Greek hostel, people from every corner of the planet that gather in Greece, the crossroads between East and West with the multicultural character of a country that has no limits.

Swimming in so crystal clear waters that you can easily see the seabed and admire colourful fishes passing by you.

Watching the sunset on the top of a hill and having the magnificent view of the pink and orange sea under your feet.

Strolling around in the pebbled streets of an island, a mountainous village or the historical centre of a city, where ancient, medieval and modern sites meet each other.

Touching the column of an ancient temple, which has been built 3,000 thousand years ago.

Eating souvlaki or another delicious dish from the Greek cuisine.

Spending the night in a traditional Greek live-stage, throwing flowers to the singer, drinking and forgetting everything that worries you.

Watching a theatre performance in the ancient theatre it was born.

Doing winter sports in a ski resort on the top of a mountain and admiring the sun mirroring on the sea just a few miles away.

Talking to strangers, who want to help you and show you the beauties of their place.

Spending the night under the stars and the full moon on a secluded beach of a Greek island together with your friends, playing guitar and dreaming of all-year vacations.

Where to Stay

Hotel in Evia, Greece Hotel Orama
Hotel Orama
Vasilika, 34200 Evia, Greece

The centre of Vasilika is 1.5 km away and has many taverns, cafés and shops. Staff at the 24-hour front desk can offer information on the spa town of Aidipsos 55 km away. Free private parking is available on site. #

Appartment in Zakynthos, Greece Ionian Aura
9 10
Ionian Aura
Tsilivi, 29100 Zakynthos, Greece

Ionian Aura is located in the small village of Tsilivi, approximately a 10-minute walk from the sandy beach. Zakynthos town and port is 6 km away. Zakynthos International Airport is 10 km away.

Hotel in Piraeus, Greece Hotel Delfini
Hotel Delfini
7, Leocharous str., 18531 Piraeus, Greece

Hotel Delfini is located near the port of Piraeus just 3 minutes walk from the old electric railway station (Metro Line 1) and 5 minutes walk from the port, which has direct accessibility to all Aegean islands. The center of Athens can be reached within 15 minutes from the nearest railway/metro station (Piraeus). The Athens International Airport can be reached in 1 hour and 50 minutes with the bus X95 or in 1 hour and 30 minutes with the electric train and metro.


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