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Top 5 Culture Spots: Greece and Turkey Holidays

How you spend your time abroad should be a truly individual experience. While many enjoy basking in the striking temperatures on sensational shorelines, your Turkey or Greece holiday has plenty of cultural alternatives on offer.

  1. 1.     Lindos

Lindos is one of the most romantic areas of the Med. Second only to the Island of love, Cyprus, Lindos is a piece of paradise for romantics and honeymooning couples.

The soft white sands of the bay are enhanced by the unspoilt view of the Acropolis, which is surrounded by traditional Greek whitewash builds.

  1. 2.     Side

Side Turkey holidays are brimming with Roman remains, ample sightseeing opportunities as well as stretches of soft golden sands.

With an eclectic mix of Turkish culture, ancient ruins and contemporary luxuries, Side has something for every type of traveller.

  1. 3.     Santorini

Located south in the Aegean Sea, Santorini is a small, serene volcanic Greek island. More recently its claim to fame is as the setting for popular film adaptation of the west end hit, Mama Mia.

As well as blue dome buildings, fabulous tavernas and stunning shores, Santorini’s Mansell Reef is superb for scuba diving.

  1. 4.     Chania

One thing is for sure, as the most southern of the Greek islands your Cretan Greece holiday is guaranteed to deliver top temperatures.

Chania on the north coast of Crete is ideal for those who love to kick back and relax in a quaint authentic Greek town

  1. 5.     Rhodes Town

Heading back to the island of Rhodes, the union of the island’s Old Town and neighbouring New Town is a destination not to be ignored.

Explore the ancient port, once guarded by the Colossus – one of the seven wonders of the ancient world – and the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights, before hitting the shops, bars and restaurants in the adjacent area.

 

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