What's included in your holiday
With an All Inclusive to Greece you’ll be well catered for, as most resorts cover buffet meals, alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks as well as snacks and nightly entertainment. You’ll also receive free transfers from your hotel to the airport and into the main cities if your accommodation is located on the outskirts. Of course make sure to check the hotel information before booking as some will not include all amenities, and things like the spas and watersport activities may come with an extra fee.
Greece is home to hundreds of beautiful and noteworthy beaches, ranging from popular golden stretches with restaurants and bars, to quiet and secluded pebble-and-rock bays. The island of Kos has more than 20 beaches along its border, all with fantastic amenities and watersport facilities. One of the biggest hotspots in Kos is Paradise Beach, known for the volcanic gases that rise from the seabed and make for a relaxing, natural hot tub experience.
If you’re a keen wind or kitesurfer, then the beaches in Rhodes may be just what you’re looking for. The coastlines here have excellent watersport facilities and the blustery breeze creates an ideal stomping ground for braving the seas. Faliraki, meanwhile, has the longest beach on the island, as well as watersports, Greek tavernas and cafes scattered along its coast.
Corfu may win the award for most Greek beaches, with over 50 to choose from. As you can imagine, there’s a lot of choice and diversity when it comes to the shores in Corfu, though they all enjoy a backdrop of green cliffs and mountains. If you’re travelling with little ones, the ideal beach is Nissaki. This secluded gem is far enough from the cities that it’s never crowded, and the rock formations surrounding it mean the water is shallow and calm.
Visit Greece for a beachy, beautiful All Inclusive break
With flight times averaging just three hours direct from the UK, you can be on the sunny shores of Greece, cocktail in hand, in no time at all.
All Inclusive reigns supreme here, so you’ll find several resorts that fit this bill all over the mainland and on the Greek Islands. Corfu – an island on the west side of Greece – is known for its lush landscapes and gorgeous gold beaches. The All Inclusive hotels here make the most out of their stunning surroundings by building right on the shoreline, so you can bask on your own private beach just minutes after leaving your hotel room.
Crete, one of the most popular holiday spots in Greece, hosts a range of hotels situated on the beach and among groves of olive trees. Each town here has its own Cretan vibe, so you can find the All Inclusive that best floats your boat. Rhodes is Greece’s largest island and attracts holiday goers with its ancient history and Blue Flag beaches. Resorts here are diverse, some with wild waterparks and others with relaxing and rejuvenating wellness spas.
Sun Palace Hotel was built to impress. If you have children, or are a big kid at heart, this spot will be right up your alley. This All Inclusive has a massive on-site waterpark with top notch slides, chutes and lazy tube river. You’re also only a 10-minute walk to the beach as well as Faliraki’s restaurants and bars. If you want to stay close to the hotel, there’s plenty of dining options here with both a buffet and a la carte restaurant at your service.
This All Inclusive is chock-full of entertainment and fun, with three large pools, waterslides, a mini-golf course and beach volleyball. If your stomach is grumbling there’s lots of choice here, with four restaurants giving you Italian, American grill, and Greek dining options. For some local cuisine, several traditional Greek tavernas are only a two-minute walk away and beach bars dot the sands outside your accommodation, so there’s no need to hail a taxi on this holiday.
With terrific views of the ocean and a beautiful sandy beach at your doorstep, this All Inclusive hotel echoes with beauty inside and out. The large pool overlooks an expanse of blue seas, and you’re only 10 minutes away from the popular Lake Antinioti. There’s endless options when it comes to dining here as Mareblue Beach’s buffet serves up delicious Cretan, Mediterranean and international western dishes.
Other All Inclusive holiday destinations
Greece is big on All Inclusive resorts, but there’s plenty of other hot destinations deals. If you’re interested in finding more incredible offers just take a look at Spain,
Mexico, and Portugal, all locales famed for their excellent All Inclusive lineups.
But if the pristine beaches, rich history and gorgeous mountainous backdrops of Greece are calling your name, take a look at our travel guide and our top five All Inclusive hotels below.
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