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Experience every facet of life in Greece: classical ruins like the Acropolis, thrilling adventures like sailing the Mediterranean, pebbly beaches like Mylopotas in Íos. And the olive on the salad? Fine Greek cuisine for the foodies among us. You may already have a list of must-do experiences in Greece, but these ideas will spark further inspiration.

Experience every facet of life in Greece: classical ruins like the Acropolis, thrilling adventures like sailing the Mediterranean, pebbly beaches like Mylopotas in Íos. And the olive on the salad? Fine Greek cuisine for the foodies among us. You may already have a list of must-do experiences in Greece, but these ideas will spark further inspiration.

amoudi bay oia greece | Amoudi bay located below Oia village in Santorini, Greece

amoudi bay oia greece | Amoudi bay located below Oia village in Santorini, Greece

There are no more oracles in Delphi, but you can still see Sybil rock, where the Sybil delivered her prophesies as well as the ruins of the treasury of Athens and a massive amphitheater.

There are no more oracles in Delphi, but you can still see Sybil rock, where the Sybil delivered her prophesies as well as the ruins of the treasury of Athens and a massive amphitheater.

Oracle of Delphi - Temple of Apollo - Delphi, Greece - Jim Stanfield

Oracle of Delphi - Temple of Apollo - Delphi, Greece - Jim Stanfield

The Temple of Apollo at Delphi in Greece, April 2007

The Temple of Apollo at Delphi in Greece, April 2007

Delphi, Greece- In myths dating to the classical period of Ancient Greece (510-323 BCE), the site of Delphi was believed to be determined by Zeus when he sought to find the centre of his "Grandmother Earth." Earlier myths include traditions that Pythia, or the Delphic oracle, already was the site of an important oracle in the pre-classical Greek world (as early as 1400 BCE) and, rededicated, served as the major site during classical times for the worship of the god Apollo.

Delphi, Greece- In myths dating to the classical period of Ancient Greece (510-323 BCE), the site of Delphi was believed to be determined by Zeus when he sought to find the centre of his "Grandmother Earth." Earlier myths include traditions that Pythia, or the Delphic oracle, already was the site of an important oracle in the pre-classical Greek world (as early as 1400 BCE) and, rededicated, served as the major site during classical times for the worship of the god Apollo.

The Palace of Minos at Knossos, Greece

The Palace of Minos at Knossos, Greece

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