9 places in Greece that you should visit before they become too expensive


The sunny days, the pristine beaches, the affordable choices, and the wealth of ancient monuments included in the UNESCO lists are just some of the reasons why it’s worth spending your holidays in Greece. To serve the visitors, many airlines have increased flights to lesser-known and popular destinations. So, make the smart move and visit the following destinations before they become too expensive or as famous as Mykonos and Santorini. They may not have some activities like a casino, but you can always search the internet and find NetBet online casino.


The big blue is waiting for you to discover it. People say that when they visit this island once, they feel the urge to come back again and again. A place to visit is the monastery built in the mountains which offers breathtaking views. The food is fantastic and is made with local ingredients. You should try the Rakomelo, a grappa-like beverage that the tavernas offer after the meals. A must-visit is the two little uninhabited islands across the island that you can reach by boat. Clean crystal water, along with untouched wild beauty, is waiting for you in Amorgos.


Lesvos, also called Mytilene, is a green island in the North Aegean, very close to the coast of Turkey. Limited tourism has allowed the island to retain its original charm and natural beauty. This island is the perfect playground for nature lovers, hiking, cycling, and of course, swimming. The fantastic landscapes are combined with the hospitable locals and the amazing Mediterranean traditional cuisine. All this composes the most beautiful scenery for a unique island that is worth discovering before it becomes the next most popular destination.


Very close to Mykonos is a charming island, known mainly as a pilgrimage destination due to the Virgin of Tinos. However, in recent years the island is beginning to gain different popularity. It’s beautiful, whitewashed villages and beautiful beaches make Tinos stand out. Every year the island hosts several festivals worth discovering, such as the Tinos Festival and two more dedicated to jazz and ethnic music. In addition, a different and exciting fishing festival is organized every August, where throughout the day, locals and visitors gather at Kionia beach in the southeast of the island and go fishing.


This popular seaside town near ancient Delphi is one of the best-hidden secrets in the country. The neoclassical mansions, the quiet harbors, and the calm atmosphere of the city are attracting more and more tourists every year. Until 1963 the only way to approach it was only by boat. It’s ideal for a three-day stay in such a position – just twenty minutes from Delphi – convenient for exploring the surrounding area.


The increase of flights from different European and Greek airports to Kavala has contributed to the emergence of this mainland city. Kavala has various monuments, a relaxed pace, and many places to visit nearby. It’s a rough diamond that you should explore before it becomes widely known. From sites to see while you’re there is the aqueduct of Sultan Suleyman, the Byzantine fortress from the 16th  century, and of course the ancient city of Philippi with its beautiful beaches. Don’t forget to spend some days or even hours in Thassos, a pristine and quiet island just an hour by ferry from Kavala.

In order to explore the whole area and the beaches is to rent a car in Kavala and go on day trips to the surrounding areas!


It’s most likely that Karpathos will never become an expensive and approachable island. However, it’s certain that its tourism is constantly increasing, mainly due to the flights that operate from Athens, Rhodes, and Germany directly to Karpathos during the summer months.

The island of Karpathos seems protected due to its location in the southern part of the Aegean Sea between Rhodes and Crete. This is the reason that has not yet been discovered by mass tourism.

The southern part of the island is full of seaside resorts and hotels, while the inner land and the north coast are almost untouched and are an earthly paradise for those seeking relaxation away from the crowds.

Karpathos is blessed with crystal clear waters, beautiful beaches, picturesque villages, and many hiking trails. It’s one of the islands of the country that you must definitely visit.

Another thing that adds to the island’s value is the island of Kassos, which is just an hour away and is ideal for a beautiful day trip.


Skiathos is located in the northwestern Aegean and is the westernmost island of the Sporades, off the coast of Pelion. This lush island is known for its relaxed atmosphere, beautiful beaches, and traditional villages. A very popular destination especially for young people, Skiathos has vibrant nightlife and many attractions to visit. In addition, it’s conveniently located so that you can make day trips to the nearby islands of Skopelos and Alonissos.


In the area of ​​Epirus, overlooking the Ionian Sea, Preveza is a beautiful peninsula with kilometers of beaches and a very charming atmosphere.

The picturesque old town with its narrow alleys and houses beautified by bougainvillea will enchant you. But in the evening, nothing compares to a walk in the port. Apart from its relaxing atmosphere, Preveza is a very convenient base for exploring the neighboring area and, of course, the island of Lefkada.


Famous for its hot springs and festivals, Ikaria is the island where the New York Times reports that people forget to die. So, Ikaria has a very promising future. With rich mythological interest and wonderful nature, Ikaria is becoming more and more popular with Greeks and foreign visitors as an alternative summer destination.

The festivals, and specifically the biggest one organized on the 15th of August, attract thousands of visitors to the island. This is the period when the island is suffocatingly full, so you can accordingly organize your vacation on the island of Ikaria.


Between the Dodecanese and the Cyclades, Astypalea has a Cycladic atmosphere with whitewashed houses and ancient fortresses that will satisfy even the most demanding visitor. Part of the Dodecanese complex, this beautiful island is the favorite destination of those looking for a relaxing place to spend their summer holidays. Filled with charming beaches, small harbors, lush valleys, and picturesque villages you will enjoy hiking and climbing. It’s certain that you will fall in love with Astypalea if you visit it.