I am Panos Sparangis and I was born and raised in Athens. My family though was originated from the Peloponnese region, it was this areas beauty that made my got interested in nature and generally the environment. So, I got my bachelor and integrated master in Agriculture and that was the point that I discovered my true passion, exploring and travelling the beautiful parts of Greece.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I consider Athens, Peloponnese, Greek mainland along with many Greek islands my area of expertise. We want to combine cultural tours and unique activities within every tailor-made trip. I know a lot about local gastronomy and wine and consider them an amazing experience. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"Naturally, I enjoy traveling. The idea of learning about new cultures history and traditions really excited me and found me wondering, what if someone wanted to know about my culture, my country and its beautiful scenery? That’s the question I asked my self. People like me that want unique experiences through traveling, it was them that I wanted to help."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I consider every trip unique and every experience unforgettable, so I will describe the most recent one. It was a road trip at Mount Pelion in Magnesia region. That area was beautiful, its picturesque villages, the mesmerizing path, the breathtaking view and the tasteful local cuisine were definitely unforgettable."
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Hit some of the hottest destinations in Greece on this itinerary. You'll start in Athens, visiting the towering Acropolis and day-tripping out to the archaeological site at Delphi to experience the ancient world. Then head to the islands, where you'll lounge amid the luxury of Mykonos and then stroll along Santorini's volcanic caldera before you loop back to Athens.
You'll see the ancient sites of Athens, discover the coastal Byzantine city of Thessaloniki, and stroll around the Venetian streets of Chania with this 9-day itinerary. Along the way, you'll go wine tasting, commune with the oracle at Delphi, and bask on the beaches of Crete. End your journey back in the capital, where you'll enjoy a farewell dinner with a view.
Two weeks is a great length for a Greek vacation. You'll have plenty of time to see multiple islands and historic mainland sites, taking part in cultural or outdoor activities along the way. These itineraries explore the possibilities: get active on some of the Cyclades lesser-known islands, dive into ancient mythology, enjoy a laidback beach holiday, and more.
The Cyclades aren't just for honeymooners; you can take the whole family on this 15-day trip through some of Greece's most famous islands. After your arrival in Athens, you'll set sail to Mykonos to cruise around the beaches and out to the historic site at Delos. Busy Naxos is up next with biking, horseback riding, and even more beaches before you go over to Santorini to experience the caldera from all sides.
Head to Greece for 14 days of relaxation. Start with a culinary tour and winery day trip on the mainland before chilling island-style in the Cycladic Islands. Cruise through the caldera of Santorini, prepare a typical Greek meal on Naxos, and recline on sandy beaches throughout.
Hit three major hotspots on this active eight-day tour of some of Greece's most beautiful and iconic sites. You'll start in Athens, with a full day to experience the Acropolis and Greek mythology and buzzing neighborhoods before hopping a ferry to glamorous Mykonos. Here you'll explore beaches, boardwalks, and nightlife under the eyes of the island's famous windmills and take a horseback ride to the coast. End the trip in Santorini with its classic white-topped cliffs and caldera views, complete with island cruising, hiking, and stunning sunsets to spare.