Top 10 Amazing And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Greece

Top 10 Amazing And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Greece

With so much history in one country, it is hard to know where to start when making a list of amazing and unusual places to visit in Greece. But I think the ten I have chosen are the very best of them…


Top 10 Amazing And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Greece


Windmills of Lasithi Plateau ,lasithi

Windmills of Lasithi Plateau ,Lasith

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There was once thousands of windmills located here, but now just a few have survived making them stand out more and look even more picturesque.

Brettos, Athens

Brettos, Athens

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Said to be one of the oldest distilleries in the world, its a place of colour and of course booze.

Thessaloniki Train Cemetery, Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki Train Cemetery, Thessaloniki

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Not the most exciting place to visit, but seeing thousands of rusting trains and carriages all in one place makes for a fantastic holiday snap with a difference.

Volcanic Rocks of Lemnos, Lemnos

Volcanic Rocks of Lemnos, Lemnos

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I’m no geologist, but I do like a weird shaped rock if I come across it.

Dikteon Cave, Psichro

Dikteon Cave, Psichro

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It is said that Zeus himself once hid inside this cave. I would have thought he would have chosen somewhere a little grander.

Davelis Cave on Pendeli Mountain, Penteli

Davelis Cave on Pendeli Mountain, Penteli

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Strangely, despite it being one of the most amazing places in Greece, it is also one of the least visited mostly thanks to its location and superstitions that surround it

Valley of the Butterflies, Rhodes

Valley of the Butterflies, Rhodes

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It’s not something that a camera can capture, but what you are looking at is tens of thousands of butterflies that come to this place to next each and every year.

Antikythera Mechanism, Athens

Antikythera Mechanism, Athens

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If you want to see the unusual, the Antikythera mechanism is as weird as it gets. Known as one of the world’s most advanced technological artefact, it asks a million more questions than it has answers for.

Meteora, Kalabaka

Meteora, Kalabaka

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Meteora is home to what I can only presume to be the world’s most inaccessible Orthodox church. There are no tour guides here, but you can get close.

Tourlitis Lighthouse, Andros

Tourlitis Lighthouse, Andros

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Built in 1897, it was once flat on the island, but erosion has since made it look like a pillar with a lighthouse on top.

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