The ancient Minoan civilization on Crete was one of the first to create a functional sewer system, but you'll be staying above ground in the fresh air on this eight-day itinerary for the whole family. After a tour of the mythology of Athens, you'll fly to Crete for six days of hiking, beaches, and city tours that will transport you through history.
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Visit the world-renowned sea sports paradise of Paros and Naxos islands for 8 days of oceanside hikes, windsurfing, and stand-up paddleboarding. And when you're not taking on all the active adventures the islands have to offer? Explore the unique local architecture, delectable cuisine, cosmopolitan nightlife, and impressive archaeological sites.
Walk hand in hand through the brightly colored doors of the Cyclades with this 10-day family itinerary. After an Athenian mythology tour, you'll sail to the islands for a slew of activities, with farm dinners, bike rides, horseback tours, and a cruise through the caldera on wooden ship all on the agenda.
Blend education and relaxation with this itinerary for the whole family. You'll explore the streets and archaeological sites of Athens with interactive tours and hands-on experiences. Then, head to coastal Nafplio for some shore time and a glimpse into Greek agriculture that can be enjoyed by travelers of any age.
Spend two weeks taking your family through the largest of the Greek islands with this Crete-focused itinerary. After a quick stop in Athens, you'll head out to the town of Chania to explore Crete from all angles, whether you're on a trek through the natural beauty of the Samaria Gorge, historic village tour, or interactive food experience.
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.
Take two weeks for everyone to see the islands with this family-focused itinerary. After a mythology tour of Athens, you'll ferry out to Mykonos to take in everything from the archaeological site at Delos to a traditional farm dinner. Naxos is up next, with bikes and horses to transport you through its fields and beaches, followed by Santorini, where you'll end your trip with a cruise through the volcanic caldera.
The standout Cyclades island chain isn't just for honeymooners—take the entire family with this itinerary. You'll start in Mykonos, where you can dodge the jetsetters with quiet beaches and a farm visit. Then go on to Naxos and Santorini. See into ancient history, experience scenic shores, and dive into the sea to fill photo albums you'll enjoy for years to come.
See Athens and the Cycladic island of Naxos with this five-day itinerary. Start by taking your whole family up to the Acropolis to experience the myths of Classical Greece up close, then head down to the island of Naxos to explore its former Venetian castle district and lounge on the many beaches.
This family-focused trip features all that Greece has to offer, but with a kid-friendly twist. Start in the bustling capital of Athens where you'll take an interactive language class and tour the incredible Acropolis, followed by an archeological tour and beach day in Nafplio. End the trip on the island of Crete, where you'll visit beaches, enjoy guided tours of historic sites, and become archeologists and artists in a simulated excavation and a mosaic-making class.
Spend a week with your family exploring Greece's largest island on this 7-day itinerary. After a start up on the Athens Acropolis, you'll head to Crete to experience the depths of the Samaria Gorge, sunny shores of Chania's beaches, and traditional stone villages of Apokoronas with tales to keep everyone interested.
Bring your whole brood to meet the most famous residents of Mykonos—its pelicans—on this eight-day itinerary. You'll start off with a guided mythology tour of Athens, then head to Mykonos to make some animal friends with beach time and a traditional farm visit. Then head to Naxos, where you'll see the island from horseback and top it off with one last day of lounging before you depart.
A short but sweet itinerary perfect for your short people. This five-day trip takes you to some of the child-friendly highlights of Athens and neighboring Nafplio, with storytelling at the Acropolis, a seaside bike tour, a castle built to defend against pirates, and plenty more to see and entertain regardless of your age.
Visit Athens and Chania on this five-day itinerary that brings the whole family into the experience. After a mythology tour of the Acropolis and accompanying tour of some of the highlights of Athens, you'll head to the former Venetian port city of Chania to explore some of the nature and history of Crete.
Hippocrates prescribed trips to the Cretan seaside for ancient Greeks to treat various maladies, believing the air had healing powers. Take your family to take the waters with this 10-day itinerary. You'll visit the beaches of the port city of Chania and inland to the traditional Vamos village, where the fresh food and sea breezes are sure to cure whatever troubles you may have brought with you.
Spend seven days with the sun and sand on this family-focused itinerary. Start off with a mythology tour through the Acropolis, then set sail for Mykonos where you can feel the surf on your feet and taste traditional flavors with a farm dinner. You'll end in Naxos, seeing the island from horseback before you sneak in one more day on the beach.
Take a six-day spin through Greece with this family-friendly itinerary. Whether you're listening to stories of the city's founding on the Acropolis, channeling your inner Olympic athlete, or watching a play on an ancient stage, there's something to keep everyone entertained.
Get a glimpse of multiple angles of Greece on this six-day family trip. You'll begin with a mythology tour of the Acropolis, then sail to the Cyclades to visit Naxos. This island has a rich agricultural and archaeological legacy that you can explore on horseback or simply via wandering through its castle district, plus plenty of stunning beaches that kids and adults will love.
Get a six-day glimpse of some of the highlights of Crete with this family itinerary. You'll start off atop the Athenian Acropolis with a mythology tour, then down to Crete and into the depths of the dramatic Samaria Gorge before you finish it off by finding equilibrium with a stroll through the stone villages of Apokoronas.
Come to Crete with childlike enthusiasm on this 12-day itinerary. After an Athenian mythology tour, the island awaits you, with Venetian architecture, sprawling natural landscapes, historic stone villages, and more ready to be explored.
Spend a week discovering the playful side of Greek history with this seven-day family itinerary. Whether you're touring bustling Athens, consulting the oracle at Delphi, or biking through the streets of Nafplio, you'll be accompanied by expert guides who can tell you stories of Greek history to keep all your participants engaged.
Get lost in the labyrinths of Crete with your whole family with this itinerary. Travelers of any age can enjoy the largest Greek island, with traditional village experiences, beach visits, and hikes filled with both scenery and history. And, of course, many new snacks.
Go from the top of the Acropolis down to the sea with this nine-day itinerary customized to suit every member of your family. Whether you're listening to the retellings of famous legends, riding a horse past the waves, or sailing through Santorini's caldera, the sights and sounds will keep your party satisfied.
Legend says the island of Mykonos was named after Apollo's grandson. Work on solidifying your family's Greek legacy with this 11-day island itinerary. You'll start off in Athens with stories on the Acropolis, followed by a boat trip to Mykonos for time on both water and land. Then head to Naxos and Santorini for more beach and boat time before your departure.
Hear the stories of Greek mythology from a new perspective on this family-friendly tour. You'll start with an interactive experience of the myths of Athens and the Olympic games before you go south to Nafplio, where you'll transform into a shepherd or ancient actor on Greece's timeless stage. Top it off with a food tour of Athens to sample everything the city has to offer.
Enjoy theater, nature, and sport like the ancient Greeks on this family-friendly tour of the country. Your family can take on the roles of Olympic athlete, Peloponnesian shepherd, Classical actor, and more as you travel from Athens to Nafplio in just over a week.
Bring the whole family for 13 days of exploring the ABCs of Crete with this itinerary. After discovering the myths of the Acropolis in Athens, you'll fly to Greece's largest island to discover its architecture, beaches, culinary arts, and more via walking tours, beach days, cooking classes, and even a horseback ride.
Explore the islands across history and generations with this 13-day family itinerary. After a mythology tour of the Acropolis, you'll venture down to Mykonos, Naxos, and Santorini to explore via a different transportation method for every island, whether it's a traditional wooden boat, bike, or even donkey leading you on your journey.
This 11-day itinerary can appeal to all ages, mixing cultural experiences parents will enjoy with enough engaging entertainment for children. The first half of your trip will be set in Athens, with games in the Olympic stadium or atop the Acropolis. Then head to the seaside city of Nafplio, where you can play shepherd or actor for a day.
Dwarf mammoths used to roam over the hills of Crete, and while they unfortunately have since gone extinct, the smaller members of your family can check out their old stomping groups with this 11-day itinerary. You'll trek over the expanse of the Samaria Gorge, explore the stone villages of Apokoronas and Vamos, and even learn how to take some of the food from your travels home with you in a cooking class in the Botanic Garden.