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What is the best time and season to travel to Greece?

When we think about Greece, we believe it is the perfect destination for the summer and indeed it is, but Greece is also an all-year-round tourist destination, offering travelers diverse options across the seasons. The variety of options is enormous, for instance, the warm and sunny summers, perfect for beach lovers and vibrant Greek #island experiences, or the mild winters offer quiet exploration of historical sites and cultural festivities for those who love history and culture. The spring brings a palette of colors as flowers bloom, while autumn charms with milder temperatures and changing landscapes. It is good to notice that the off-peak months provide quieter exploration opportunities. Even for those seeking winter sports, Greece offers snow-covered regions for skiing and snowboarding.



Here let us guide you on what the seasons are like and what kind of activities you can explore as a #wheelchair traveler in #Greece:



The Greek Spring (April to June)

The spring in Greece covers the months from April to June. It offers mainly mild weather. Spring is considered one of the best times to visit Greece. The weather is pleasantly mild, with temperatures ranging from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius (59 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit). The countryside

comes to life with colorful flowers, and the by Wikipedia

thriving greenery is a sight to behold.


What to do this time?

Various festivals and cultural events take place during spring, offering a chance to experience Greek traditions and celebrations, especially in the big cities and areas like #Athens, #Thessaloniki, and the #Peloponnese. At this time of the year, it is also ideal to start going to visit the Greek islands.


The authentic Greek Summer


The summer season starts in July and ends in the middle of September. Usually, this is the peak of the season and there are more travelers around. If you're a beach lover, summer is the ideal time to visit. The warm temperatures, averaging between 25 to 35 degrees Celsius (77 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit), make it perfect for sunbathing and swimming.


What to do this time?

For those in love with summer, #Islandhopping is the ideal Greek

vacation. The islands are in full swing, lively with energy, nightlife, and numerous water

activities.


Early Autumn


As the summer rush drops, September and October offer a more relaxed atmosphere and lower crowds.

You can still enjoy warm temperatures but with fewer tourists.


What are the ideal activities to do?

Autumn brings a wealth of cultural events and festivals. It is the ideal time to explore archaeological sites without the summer crowds and participate in local celebrations as well as travel around the mainland region and discover places as the Peloponnese and northern such #Meteora and #Chalkidiki.



Late Autumn to Winter (November to March)


The winter months in Greece start in late November and finishes in March. Usually, Greece is less crowded during these months but it is important to note that some tourist sites, especially on the islands, may close or have reduced hours. In general, Greece’s coastal areas experience mild winters, but higher elevations and mountainous regions can be cooler.


What are the ideal activities to do?

Winter is an excellent time for cultural exploration and city visits, with fewer tourists around.

Even when Greece offers different alternatives any time of the year, we recommend you regardless of when you plan your visit, consider your unique mobility needs as the country is still doing its best to improve #accessibility, and not every destination may be completely accessible. Usually, the biggest cities and popular tourist spots offer better accessibility.


Therefore we recommend you to contact #CareunderSun to tailor your itinerary accordingly to your needs and plan your trip that includes all the accessibility you need in your destination.

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