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Why you should visit Greece in the fall

Athens ● Galaxidi ● Greece ● Gytheio ● Kalamata ● Kavala ● Mani ● Nafplion ● Parga ● 21 October 2016
 

Why you should visit Greece in the fall

There is no doubt that Greece is a favourite vacation spot for summer, when many tourists come to enjoy the sun and the sea. The problem is that summer ends and everyone should go back home, where rain and cold is the daily routine. But have you ever considered making an alternative option and spending your vacations in Greece in autumn? There is always a good reason to do so and here you will find many of them.

The weather

The real winter in Greece lasts actually only 2 or 3 months, from December to February. In autumn the weather is still good, the sun shines, the sea is still warm and it rains rarely. The temperature is not as high as in July or August, but this is not bad. The water temperature is warmest in early autumn, because the sea temperature takes longer to cool down than the air temperature and you will feel more comfortably, especially if you are struggling in severely hot weather.

Santorini view

Cheap holidays

The cheaper time of the year in Greece is now. Accommodation is considerably cheaper in the fall and you can find a luxury room even 80% below its initial price and without having to book it in advance.

Quiet, uncrowded places

Have you had the unpleasant experience of waiting patiently in a restaurant or lying on a beach full of people and little kids? In the fall you can forget such annoying incidents. The crowds are significantly less, the shopkeepers relaxed and everyone can offer you better services than in August.

Nature and culture

Nature has a unique beauty in autumn, when the mountains and the forests dress up in vibrant pink and orange colours of a nature that is ready to sleep before winter, whereas the smell of the earth after the rain is wonderful. Furthermore, you can visit the numerous archaeological sites in Greece and especially in Athens without the overwhelming heat and humidity of the summer, walk around them and have the time to explore them. Hiking is also an activity you can do only in autumn and Greece has a lot of imposing mountains, like Pindos, Olympos, Parnassos and Helmos.

Where to Stay

Hotel & Appartment in Kefalonia, Greece Filoxenia Hotel & Apartments
Filoxenia Hotel & Apartments
Poros, 28086 Kefalonia, Greece

Filoxenia Hotel & Apartments is located in Poros, a beautiful sea-side village set on the east coast of Kefalonia. The distance from Poros Port, connecting Kefalonia with Killini Port in Peloponnese, is 2 km. Kefalonia International airport is at 38 km, while Pesada port is 30 km away. Argostoli, the historical capital of Kefalonia, is at 40 km.

Hotel in Messinia, Greece Hotel Estia
Hotel Estia
Maria Polidouri Str.,Finikounta, 24006 Messinia, Greece

Enjoying quiet location, just a 3-minute walk from the beach, Hotel Estia is located in the seaside town of Finikounda. The scenic town of Methoni is only 11 km away and historic Pylos is at 19 km. Kalamata city and Kalamata International Airport can be reached within a 1-hour drive.

Studio & Appartment in Poros, Greece Mania Rooms and Studios
Mania Rooms and Studios
Poros Town, 18020 Poros, Greece

Mania Rooms and Studios are located 600 meters from Kanali Beach and 450 meters from the main port of Poros island. The property offers accommodation in a traditional building with elegantly decorated, bright rooms and studios within a very short walking distance to the center of Poros town. The famous Lemon Forest of Galatas is accessible by ferries departing from Poros port. Poros island can be reached with a ferry boat from Piraeus, Athens, Hydra and Methana islands and from Galatas in Peloponnese.


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