4 Tips to help you get around the Greek islands


Greece is a traveler’s paradise. You can easily spend months discovering every nook and cranny this archipelago has to offer. Whatever you are looking to do, whether it is bumming around in a secluded beach hidden by cliffs, or maybe partying it up all night with your group of friends, this country can surely provide it.

If you’re planning a vacation getaway in Greece, you need to make sure that you are making the most of your time spent there. Check out the following tips on the best way to get around the Greek islands below.

  1. Do your research – there are so many facets of this beautiful country and you want to make sure that you get to see the best that the country has to offer. While the country attracts tourists all over the world all year round due to the great weather, it’s better to do your research on what are the best months to go there. If you are eyeing a specific activity you want to do, find out where you need to go. List down all the activities or tourist sites and even food that you want to try, so that you will have an idea of the places you want to go to.
  1. Plan your itinerary well – being an archipelago, Greece is made up of thousands of islands, numbering up to 6,000 according to some reports, although not all of these islands are inhabited. You do not need to see all of the islands! It’s better to plan to stay in a couple of islands and discover the region. A vacation is supposed to make you feel relaxed and that will not happen if you try to put so many destinations in one day. As you do your research, choose a few islands that really appealed to you and plan your itinerary when you go there.


  1. Make sure you get the right information about the ferry schedules – while you can certainly fly around Greece to get the different islands, a really enjoyable and economical way to get around Greece is through the ferries. There are so many companies offering this service, so just make sure that you look at the Greek island ferries routes and map so that you can plan the best route to take and what ferry you need to take to get to your destination.


  1. Hire a car or rent a motorbike – in a city like Athens, public transportations like buses and trains are well-organized so there is no problem with transportation there. But note that some taxi rides can cost quite a lot of money. Renting a car in the city is not advisable as parking can be hard to find anyway. If you’re moving away from the city limits, many veteran travelers to Greece suggest renting a car instead to get around the region. You can also rent a motorbike if you’re just traveling alone or with just your partner or spouse.


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