GREEK SUMMER LIGHT
It’s not just the emerald water and the idyllic beaches that make holidays on the Greek islands a world-famous holiday experience. It’s not only the bright light that floods the sea and sky, or the elegant architecture and pure nature. It’s the very personal relationship you can have with your chosen Greek travel destination that puts a seal of perfection on these Greek oases.
Greece enjoys summer from May till October, with every day making you want to celebrate everything magical about the islands and mainland. Greece is one of the most popular summer hot spots.
When busy summer ends, a truly rejuvenating season comes in Greece: autumn. Although it has a melancholic tone, autumn is the season to recover and reboot. Crowds return home, the temperature is not exhaustingly hot and nature changes. Autumn holidays in Greece are a chance for a deep insight into the Greek culture. In early autumn people still go swimming and the weather is sunny.
Although Greece is mostly popular in summer, over the last year’s winter holidays are also developing in Greece. Apart from picturesque islands and vast beaches, Greece is also a mountainous country with many winter beauties to offer to its visitors. As the climate is much milder than in other winter destinations, this makes it easier for the tourists to come to Greece. Although sometimes the occasional rain may seem to spoil the magic, the temperatures vary between 15oC to 0oC from November to February.
Spring is also a lovely season to visit Greece. Foreigners who come to the country for their spring holidays enjoy the warm temperature, the few crowds, and the blossoming nature. March in Greece can be a bit cold, but from April and onwards the temperature gets warmer and in May people start swimming in the sea.