Want to fly to, from or around Greece with your group? A private charter flight could be the option you are looking for. Why? Because it is an affordable, comfortable, and efficient way to travel anywhere in the world, at any time, with a group of any size.
If you rent or charter a plane, you can fly anywhere to, from and around Greece, landing at the Greek airports of your choice. This way, you can organise the route that best suits your travel needs without having to adapt to the distances and times of a commercial flight. Still not sure where to fly to in Greece? Here are some of the most popular routes around Greece:
The capital of Greece is the most important and populous city in the country. Fly to Athens and discover the cultural and philosophical contribution of Greek artists, writers, and thinkers to Western culture. Visit the archaeological remains of the Acropolis of Athens, the Odeon Theatre of Herodes Atticus, the Plaka Quarter, Lycabettus Hill, the Academy, the National Library and the University of Athens. Syntagma Square and the Hellenic Parliament, Monastiraki Square, the National Garden of Athens, and the Port of Piraeus are some of the places you should visit. You cannot leave Athens without visiting its important museums such as the National Archaeological Museum, the Museum of the Agora of Athens or the Benaki Museum, among others.
When you think of the quintessential Greek island, Santorini comes to mind with its famous whitewashed houses and characteristic narrow streets. Fira, the capital of Santorini, has incredible viewpoints overlooking the sea and the imposing caldera. The port of Fira Skala, the Santorini cable car, the volcano, the village of Oia, the great black sand beaches, such as Perissa or Kamari, the red beach or the white beach, are some of the great attractions you can visit on this picturesque island.
Mykonos, also known as the "Greek Ibiza", offers endless options to fall madly in love with the island located in the Aegean. If you fly there, here you'll find a list of some of its highlights: the old port of Mykonos, Chora, the island's capital, the Panagia Paraportiani church, Little Venice, the characteristic Mykonos windmills, the village of Ano Mera, and the Armenistis lighthouse are a must for any tourist.
The capital of the second largest island of the Ionian Islands was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2007. Unlike Greek islands, such as Mykonos or Santorini, Corfu has two Venetian fortresses and a mountainous landscape. After landing in Corfu, visit the historic centre of Corfu, Spianada Square, the Palace of St Michael and St George, Achilleion Palace, the former Palace of the Empress Sissi, the Vlacherna Monastery, and the village of Boukaris, among many other sites.
If you fly to Thessaloniki, you can enjoy seeing some of its most popular attractions. The White Tower, the Basilica of Hagia Sophia, the Church of St. Demetrius, the Rotunda of St. George, the Arch of Galerius, the Baths of Paradise or the Byzantine Culture or Archaeological Museums of Thessaloniki are some of the places you should visit in Greece's second largest city.
The island of Rhodes or the Pearl of the Mediterranean is one of the most important tourist destinations in Greece. Rhodes Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988. Go there and enjoy its magnificent and well-kept old town. Among the places and buildings you have to visit, there are: the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes, the Acropolis of Lindos, Kamiros, the Valley of the Butterflies, Mandraki, the Castle of Kritinia and the Archangels' Castle, among others. Last but not least, the Kallithea Springs and the Tsambika Monastery.
If you travel to Zante or Zakynthos, you will discover all the treasures that the island of "Shipwreck Beach" has to offer. Discover its fascinating Blue Caves, the city of Zante, the city of Laucha, Porto Lommionas beach, and Laganas Bay, and enjoy sea turtle watching here.
Do you know the island of the goddess Venus? Fly to Milos and discover the beauty of this magnificent volcanic island of Greece, where the statue of Aphrodite was found. Lose yourself in the neighbourhoods of Plaka, the capital of the Hellenic island, the port of Milos, the Greek Amphitheatre of Milos, the Catacombs or underground cemetery of Milos, the seafaring village of Klima and the lava flows of Sarakiniko. Definitely, the island of Milos has many attractions not to be missed.
Meteora is a must-see destination if you travel to Greece. Do you want to know why? The Meteora Monasteries are located on a rocky mass carved by erosion over the years. These "suspended in the air" monasteries have been a World Heritage Site since 1988.
According to the legend, Minos, one of the sons of Zeus and Europa, was the father of the Minotaur, who was imprisoned in the Labyrinth of Crete. How can you miss out on all the wonders that Greece's largest island has to offer? Enjoy the grandeur that remains of the Minoan civilisation such as the Palace of Knossos or the archaeological site of Festus. The lagoon of Balos, the port of Chania, the city and fortress of Heraklion, the cathedral of Agios Minas, the Samaria Gorge and Elafonisi Beach are just some of Crete's other unrivalled tourist attractions.
Are you travelling to Delphi? This city is known the world over for being the site of the Oracle of Delphi within the temple dedicated to the god Apollo, and also for being "the centre of the World" for the ancient Greeks. When you travel there, you must visit the Archaeological Museum of Delphi, the Sanctuary of Apollo and the Oracle of Delphi, the Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia and the fortified Gymnasium, the European Centre of Delphi or the Via Sacra.
Paros is one of Greece's best-located islands. And what makes it a must-see destination on your trip to Greece? Naoussa, Lefkes, the port of Piso Livadi, Paros Park and the capital Parikia, its old town, its Kastro and the church of Panagia Ekatontapyliani. Don't forget its wonderful beaches of fine sand and crystal clear waters.
Naxos is one of the most beautiful islands in Greece. When you fly there, you will enjoy the town of Chora and its charming promenade, where you will find the famous Portara. You can also discover the mountain valley of Tragea, the villages of Halki or Filoti, Apiranthos, Mount Zeus or the Kouros. However, like the rest of the Greek islands, one of the things that makes Naxos an ideal location is its beautiful beaches.
Greece is a lively country with plenty of surprises and places to discover during your trip. Here is a list of the most important events you should not miss if you fly to Greece. Greek Easter, the Apokrias or Greek carnivals, the Eleusis Folklore Festival, the Bull Festival, the various Wine Festivals, and the Panagia or Ochi Day are just some of the most popular events in Greece.
If you are flying to, within or from Greece, you should be aware of the different options that can meet your travel needs. With a large number of islands and archipelagos, there are a large number of airports, and which airport should you choose to fly to Greece? Here are the busiest airports in Greece:
If you want to fly to, from or within Greece in a private jet, LunaGroup Charter is the right company for you. Here are the reasons why you should choose us for your private group charter flights:
Chartering a private group flight is more affordable than you think. In fact, when you take into account the comfort it offers, the fact that you travel only with the people you want and the possibility of carrying the luggage you need at no extra cost, it could be argued that a group charter flight to/from Greece is quite economical.
So how much does it cost to charter a plane to/from Greece? The total amount will depend on the duration of the flight and the aircraft you charter, among other factors. But don't worry, LunaGroup Charter is the agent you need to get the best deals on charter flights. Click on "request quotes" now and get ready to enjoy your flight from/to Greece at the best price.