Greece Luxury Holiday Houses, Villas and Apartments

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Luxury Villa and Holiday Home Information

Greek villa rental: When you rent one of our luxury villas, you’re guaranteed the ultimate self-catering holiday accommodation experience. It’s like your home away from home in an amazing location and destination. You get exclusive use of the house, total privacy and it’ll be pre-serviced and ready for you to just walk in and start enjoying your holiday. Many of our properties come with private pools and are furnished to a very high standard.

About Greece

Greece is a sensory overload consisting of beautiful beaches, ancient ruins and rugged hillsides. Culturally, Greece is the birthplace of both artistic significance and many Myths. Look around and it’s not hard to see why. With a landscape that is as varied, as it is vast, it’s easy to seek inspiration. A plethora of archaeological sites add to the mystic and charm of Greece.
Take an unforgettable trip to the unparalleled phenomenon of the Greek Islands, surrounded by aquamarine coastlines and powder-soft beaches.

Greece’s People and Culture

Greece has its own single cultural identity although lends many of its influence to the Roman and the Byzantine Empires. Often referred to as the birthplace of western culture, Greece can be credited with the belief in government and trial by jury while also with ideals of beauty in art.

Greece - Getting There

Flights operate daily on a number of different airlines from Auckland. There are no direct flights from New Zealand, so the duration depends on what airlines and routing you take.

Greece - Getting Around

Air: Olympic Airlines have the monopoly and operate between many towns and cities.  

Bus: There is a comprehensive bus network that operates on both the mainland and the islands.

Car & Motorcycle: With a high road fatality rate, driving in Greece can be a hair-raising experience!

Boat: Over the summer months there are a vast number of ferries that operate between the mainland and the many islands. Ferries operate but less frequently in the winter months.

Train: Trains in Greece operate over two mainlines, the service is limited but of a good standard.

Greece - Popular Destinations

Athens: Sophisticated and cosmopolitan the capital of Greece never fails to impress. Significant cultural monuments are a draw-card, but it’s the cultural revival and hedonistic lifestyle that really gives Athens its edge.

Corfu: One of the Ionian Islands, Corfu inspires with its seductive landscapes. Once a playground for the world’s elite, Corfu is now a popular tourist destination.

Crete: Historically diverse, Crete is renowned for the ruins, fortresses, mosques and Byzantine monasteries that weave a rich tapestry of local culture.

Cyclades: Where island dreams are born. Jutting out to the Aegean Sea, jagged coastlines come complete with whitewashed houses that precariously hug cliff sides. Terraced valleys and olive groves complete the dramatic landscapes.

Hydra: Tourists love Hydra’s picturesque harbor. A beautiful and popular island protected by a special preservation order.

Kefallonia: The largest of the Ionian Islands. Spectacular scenery of Fir tree forests blankets the rocky terrain. An island rich with Myth, often described as ‘a little piece of heaven’.

Mykonos: Known for its glitz and glamour, Mykonos is home to fashionable holidaymakers and is a cosmopolitan travel mecca.

Rhodes: One of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations. Abundant with beautiful beaches and rich with historical sites, Rhodes is a must see Greek Island.

Santorini: Situated on the remains of one of the world’s largest volcanic eruptions, Santorini is famous for its landscapes and sunsets. Consistently topping lists for the world’s best island, Santorini never ceases to captivate and amaze.

Greece’s Weather and Climate

Greece’s climate is classified as Mediterranean. However the varied geography of Greece leads to a range of microclimates. Mild temperatures, plenty of sunshine and low rainfall are all typical and summers are hot and dry.

The weather on the Aegean and Ionian islands is milder than the mainland. Summer brings with it a seasonal wind called the meltemi, that cools dry hot days and is perfect for sailing.

In summer months temperatures can soar above 40˚C in some areas. While winter can bring with it snow and rain from mid October until February.

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Villa Aloni - Traditional Greek Villa

Sleeps 5, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

From $789 per night (1 night minimum)
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Charming Chania

Sleeps 6, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms

From $1315 per night (1 night minimum)
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Luscious Chania

Sleeps 6, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms

Enchanting Mykonos

Sleeps 8, 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms

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Aegean Retreat

Sleeps 8, 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms

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Honeymoon Residence

Sleeps 2, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

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White Sand Mykonos

Sleeps 5, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

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Superior Mykonos

Sleeps 8, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms

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Fantastic Views

Sleeps 4, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

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Private Pool Villa 1

Sleeps 6, 2 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms

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White Megalochori Haven

Sleeps 6, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

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Private Pool Villa 2

Sleeps 5, 2 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms

From $384 per night (3 nights minimum)
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Hersonissos Villa

Sleeps 6, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

From $1216 per night (3 nights minimum)

Villa Eraklia

Sleeps 8, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms

From $118 per night (3 nights minimum)

Villa Agios

Sleeps 4, 1 Bedroom, 2 Bathrooms