If you’re looking for the perfect place to spend spring break, look no further than Greece. The country has been popular among tourists for decades and is brimming with ancient ruins, beaches and mountains. However, if you’ve never traveled solo before, this might feel like a daunting prospect. So here are our top tips for planning your solo travel to Greece.
Athens is the capital of Greece and a great place to visit on your solo travel to Greece. There’s plenty to see and do in Athens, including eating at some of the best restaurants in the world. Athens has a lot of history, too! You can go to one of its many museums and find out about it for yourself.
Sounio is a town in the southern part of Attica and is popular with tourists. The town has a long history, as evidenced by remains dating back to ancient times. They built here the Temple of Poseidon in 390 BC, and it’s also home to several other ancient sites such as the Sanctuary of Poseidon, the Cleopatra Beach, and the ruins of Fort Lepanto. This makes Sounio an ideal spot for anyone looking for some peace while still being close enough to Athens that they can return when they need more excitement!
During your stay in Sounio you’ll be able to enjoy some fantastic views over both land and water—the Mediterranean Sea meets this coastline at its most beautiful at Cape Sounion (also known as Cape Colonna). But if you’re not interested in getting up close with nature (or want nothing obstructing your view), then there are plenty of hotels nearby where you can relax after a day exploring Greece’s rich history or just enjoying yourself outdoors!
Santorini is the perfect place to soak up the sun and relax on a beach. We know this volcanic island for its white-washed houses, which provide a stunning backdrop for your afternoon stroll. While you’re here, go see the caldera that forms Santorini’s famous volcanic landscape. And when it comes time to choose your accommodation, remember that this island has a beautiful black sand beach—which makes it even better!
Though it’s a pretty small island, Mykonos is teeming with things to do and see. The primary focus is the nightlife, but there’s also plenty of beach time to be had. Plus, if you want to purchase some souvenirs from your trip (and who doesn’t?), Mykonos has tons of shops that will keep you busy for hours on end!
Solo travel to Greece is a great way to spend spring break.
If you’re looking for an adventure and want to meet new people, Greece is the perfect place. Most people in Greece are extremely friendly, especially if they think you are from another country. As a solo traveler, I have been invited into homes to eat dinner with families and been told that my presence alone would bring good luck upon their home.
If you’ve ever wanted to explore Greece but haven’t had the time or money, now is your chance! With spring break just around the corner, why not spend it somewhere exotic like Athens? Your friends will be jealous when they see all of your pictures on Facebook!
If there’s one thing I’ve learned while traveling through Europe (and Greece specifically), it’s that everything tastes better when eaten outdoors. From grilled octopus tentacles on Santorini Island to fresh seafood appetizers at taverns along Mykonos beaches; nothing compares with sitting under bright blue skies while staring out over azure waters as waves crash onto shoreline rocks below you. And don’t forget about all those ancient ruins scattered throughout history-rich areas like Athens! You’ll see nothing like them back home—or anywhere else in this world–so take advantage now before it becomes too crowded during peak tourist season later this year (July – August).
Greece is a beautiful country, and it’s easy to see why so many people visit each year. It has great food, amazing history and culture, and more than enough things to do during your stay. If you’re looking for a fun spring break destination this year then look no further than taking a solo travel to Greece!