Already dreaming about your summer?
With its myth-filled history and its evocative coastlines drenched with breathtaking seas, Greece is a country to stimulate your imagination. Let yourself be inspired by the numerous destinations on offer for summer 2020 and choose from Athens, Corfu, Cephalonia, Heraklion, Mykonos, Rhodes and Zakynthos.
A city that brings with it the fascination of a vital history, Athens is an essential destination for lovers of ancient culture and much more besides. On the hill of the Acropolis, dominated by the Parthenon, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the city and the sea, stroll among the beautiful ruins of the past and breathe the energy of sites that witnessed the birth of Western philosophy. There's also no shortage of entertainment among the bars of the old town, with the beaches just a stone's throw away.
|Rome - Athens and VV||Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.||from August 3 to August 30|
A unique blend of Venetian, French and English influences, Corfu will win you over not just with its history but also for the perfect blend of entertainment, tiny fishing villages, picturesque views and countless beaches to suit all tastes. Green, incredibly green, in fact, its rich vegetation creates a wonderful contrast with the white sand and the crystal clear Ionian Sea.
|Rome - Corfu and VV||Thursday and Sunday||from August 1st to August 5|
|Milan Linate - Corfu and VV||Thursday and Saturday||from August 1st to August 29|
The largest of the Ionian Islands, Cephalonia is the perfect destination if you're looking for calm seas, wild beaches and contact with nature, perhaps by taking an adventurous hike inland through forests and mountains. Don't miss Melissani Cave, with its underground lake, half saltwater, half freshwater, the sunset of the splendid Myrtos Beach and the breathtaking view from the peaks of Mount Ainos.
|Rome - Cephalonia and VV||Friday and Sunday||from August 3 to August 30|
The main city on the island of Crete, Heraklion is an excellent starting point if you want to discover the island of the Minotaur, situated among ancient ruins like the Palace of Knossos, mountains rich in local charm and canyons that open up on to a turquoise sea. You can find an answer to your every desire: in the north you will find well-equipped beaches and a vibrant nightlife, while the south offers secret and unspoiled locations. Don't miss out on Balos Beach, considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the whole of Greece, the pink sands and shallow waters of Elafonisi Beach and the wild gorges of Samaria.
|Rome - Heraklion and VV||Tuesday and Saturday||from August 3 to August 29|
|Milan Malpensa - Heraklion and VV||Tuesday and Friday||from August 5 to August 24|
Known as a Dionysian island that never sleeps because of its relentless nightlife, Mrkonos offers pure entertainment and much else besides. Seize its beauty at every hour of the day and night, with bonfires on the beach, dancing in the discos and walks at dawn, or go off and discover the evocative old mills and lighthouses, where you can enjoy unforgettable sunsets in the heart of the Cyclades Islands. It is also a great destination for fans of diving and snorkeling, with 14 completely different beaches capable of satisfying all your wants and desires.
|Rome - Mykonos and VV||Tuesday and Friday||from August 2 to August 28|
Legend dictates that the Sun God Apollo chose the island as his home, which is why Rhodes now enjoys 300 days of sunlight a year. The largest island of the Dodecanese Islands, its coastline offers every type of landscape imaginable: from the rocky and jagged cliffs in the west to the beaches of fine sand in the east that fade into the shallow waters of the sea. It also doesn't lack for the allure of Ancient Greece: the old city of Rhodes is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, while the view from the towers of its Acropolis stretches as far as Turkey.
|Rome - Rhodes and VV||Saturday and Sunday||from August 4 to August 28|
|Milan Linate - Rhodes and VV||Saturday and Sunday||from August 2 to August 30|
It is no coincidence that the poet Ugo Foscolo paid tribute to the island in his poem A Zacinto. The island of Zakynthos, otherwise known as Zante, is unquestionably one of the most beautiful in Greece: a miniature paradise for all lovers of crystal clear seas and immaculate beaches. For a close encounter with nature, on the enchanting island of Marathon you can get up close and personal with Caretta turtles - believe us, meeting one is a truly incredible and emotional experience.
|Rome - Zakynthos and VV||Monday||from August 3 to August 24|