Kolokytha Keftedes

Kolokytho keftedes, which are little fried balls

They are best compared to zucchini fritters topped with grated fetta cheese. These tasty morsels are a terrific way to start any meal, especially in the summer when served with tzatziki. In the bright afternoon sun, learn from the locals while enjoying kolokythokeftedes and a glass of wine.

Pants or skirts that are long and ventilated

For daytime tourism in Greece, long, light clothing is recommended – especially when visiting historic religious sites that require modest apparel – as it can be warm all year round and exceedingly hot during the summer.

Whether you're lounging by the shore or exploring the country's historical sites, remember to drink plenty of water. Bottles made of stainless steel keep water cool for up to eight hours while being environmentally friendly.

Shoes for strolling

When you're out from dawn to dusk, you'll want shoes that are both comfortable and supportive. Closed-toe shoes or robust open-toe sandals will help you walk comfortably for long periods of time.

In Greece, there are several sights to take your breath away, such as miles-long coastlines and some of the world's most impressive ruins. Using a camera with a wide-angle lens will make it simpler to capture the scenery.


Exceptionally divine in every way As a country spanning from the Mediterranean shores all the way up to the peak of Mount Olympus, Greece is large enough for mythical gods while yet being welcoming to visitors.

Explore the area's old ruins and relics, as well as the whitewashed homesteads that dot the countryside. This is merely the tip of the iceberg in terms of what awaits you once you step foot on Greek soil for the first time.


In addition to being one of the most beautiful places in the Mediterranean, this area is also home to the region's oldest ancient settlement. A volcanic explosion in the year 1450 B.C. destroyed and preserved the ancient settlement of Akrotiri.

The "Minoan Pompeii" is the name given to the city's excavation location. The vineyards, whitewashed chapels, volcanic cliffs, and world-famous Santorini wines are among the island's most popular attractions.

What else should you know before to going?

You may require a visa to enter the country if you don't have a valid passport. It is highly recommended that you check this well in advance of your travel. Before making vacation plans, be sure

  • your passport has at least 3-6 months left on it before the destination country's expiration date;
  • you have everything we talked about before;
  • a hat and sunglasses for the sun.

SPF50+ sunscreen, wide-brimmed sun hats, and long sleeves are all good choices when it comes to sun protection for this well-known summer vacation destination.