ACES Destinations in Greece

Athens City

Athens, one of the world's oldest cities, is the capital and largest city of Greece.

Delphi Archaeological site

In ancient times, Delphi was considered to be the center of the Earth.

Ancient Olympia

Ancient Olympia: the birthplace of Olympic Games.

Theatre of Ancient Epidaurus

The fully operational Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus is renowned for its natural acoustics, as ordinary words from the stage can be heard by all 14,000 spectators.


Lavrio port serves ferries to the north (mainly) Cyclades islands as well as cruises to the Aegean Sea.

Corinth Canal

The Corinth Canal connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea.


On the way from western Greece to Delphi, following the coastal road, a stop is usually made at charming Nafpaktos and its 15th century Venetian fortress.


Mystras is one of the greatest delights of the entire Peloponnese. It is a key Byzantine site, seat of an autonomously-run despotate with direct connections to Constantinople, a major centre of art and learning.


The archaeological site of Vassae ("Bassae"), where the majestic Temple of Apollo Epikourios is located, is the first Greek inclusion to UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.


Dimitsana is a beautiful traditional mountain village in the region of Peloponnese in Greece.

Ancient Corinth

Just a few kilometers west of modern-day Corinth, excavations have unearthed the foundations of the whole Ancient Corinth city center.


As its name suggests, Mikrolimano (small port) is a picturesque bay in Piraeus, famous for its seafood taverns.


Vouliagmeni is a seaside suburb about 25 km south of Athens city centre.


Meteora, an impressive field of rock formations in central Greece, whose name literally translates to "hovering".


Kalamata is the second most populous city of the Peloponnese peninsula, after Patras, in southern Greece.


Loutraki is a seaside resort close to Corinth, Greece.

Agios Konstantinos Port

The port of Agios Konstantinos has regular ferry connection to the islands of Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonnisos.


Glyfada is a seaside southern suburb of Athens.


Mycenae, the mythical capital of King Agamemnon.

Rafina Port

Rafina is a port town located on the eastern coast of Attica in Greece. Ferries from here go mainly to Evia and the Cyclades islands.


Nafplio, the picturesque seaside city with a the multitude of restaurants, bars and shops.

Piraeus Port

The Port of Piraeus has been serving as the port of Athens since ancient times.

Athens International Airport

Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" is the international airport that serves the city of Athens and the region of Attica.

Kyllini Port

From the port of Kyllini there are several ferry connections to Kefalonia & Zakynthos.

Porto Heli – Costa (Spetses Ferry)

Porto Heli & Costa area in Peloponese, Greece


Lagonissi, a seaside residential area at approximately 30 km southeast of Athens.

Cape Sounion

Cape Sounio and the Temple of Poseidon.

Kranidi-Amanzoe Resort

Explore the wonderful Kranidi and enjoy the beauty of Amanzoe with its luxury pavilions, villas and the stunning views of Porto Heli!

Pylos – Costa Navarino Resort

Pylos & Costa Navarino resort

Lefkada Island

Lefkada island.


Marathon, the site of the legendary ancient battle and birthplace of the modern-day marathon race.


Monemvasia is a powerful medieval fortress located on a small island linked to the mainland by a short causeway.