Greek Islands Hotels

Lindos Hotels - Whitewashed Village with amazing beaches.

The holiday village of Lindos is located on the east coast of Rhodes about 45 minutes from the capital and the islands airport. This whitewashed village clings to the hillside and looks down over a number of stunning sandy bays. The village itself is a maze of narrow cobbled streets that are great fun to explore, here you will find a wealth of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. The village is able to offer a perfect mix, a chilled out atmosphere that then seems to spring into life as the evening goes on without you ever realizing how it happened. There is a great choice of accommodation, budget family pensions, apartment complexes and modern first class hotels just outside the village are all to be found. Along with a number of good quality boutique properties for those wanting a relaxing stay with a more personal service. Lindos has changed over the years but still has managed to hold onto its special charm and character.

Mykoos Hotels - Amazing beaches, beautiful town and lively nights. 

One of the most beautiful of all the Greek islands, along with Santorini must be the most photographer places in the whole of Greece. The town is stunning,   explore and enjoy the atmosphere. Chill out bars, smart cafes, romantic restaurants, this island has it all. Can tend to be expensive, however it also offers its fair share of snack bars and Giros fast food options. The beaches are a joy, Paradise, Plati Gialos, Super Paradise and Elia to name just a few. The island offers an amazing choice of accommodation, small family run rooms to really top end boutique hotels. Some of the hotels on the island are popular with the rich and famous, they feature fine dinning and rooms with ocean views with private Jacuzzi s or small private plunge pools. Mykonos is one of the top Mediterranean holiday destinations.  

Santorini hotels - Pretty villages, Breathtaking scenery and some amazing hotels.

The island has become very popular for romantic breaks over the last few years, this is mainly due to the creation of a number of stunning boutique style hotels that have been built on the island. The village of Oia is the main target for this style of break, picture post card village with many quality shops, cafes and restaurants. This area is for those wanting to chill out and relax. Fira the capital once had the same kind of atmosphere as OIa, but that was many years ago. Now it offers the visitor a great choice of places to eat and drink, with a very lively nightlife in high season. The island has accommodation of all grades, budget to top end Deluxe properties. Whatever your budget, it can be found on Santorini.