The main gateways are Athens and Thessaloniki and each offers its very own personality. You can't visit Athens and not visit the Acropolis and the Parthenon, as they are wonders of the ancient world and the main reason why millions of sightseers visit the city. A walk through the oldest district in Athens is a must as there are hundreds of shops to browse in to your hearts content. There are also lots of restaurants where you can dine alfresco and watch the world go by. Thessaloniki is much more laid back and has some of the most beautiful beaches, finest hotels and best restaurants in northern Greece.
The most tourist developed places in the mainland are Halkidiki, Pieria, Parga and various towns of Peloponnese. Apart from wonderful beaches, there's lots to explore off the beaten track.
Visit Macedonia and explore where east meets west. Mt Olympus, the country's most famous and highest mountain is the imposing backdrop here, and the Falakro mountains offer skiing and snowboarding activities during the winter. Halkidiki with its crystal clear waters and golden sandy beaches, bays and green landscapes, is simply breath taking. Central Greece, known as Roumeli, is part of the Greek mainland and filled with forests, mountain ranges, rivers and lakes.
There's lots of reasons to consider a holiday to mainland Greece.
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