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Honeymoon Packages in Greece

Honeymoon Packages in Greece

Greece Honeymoons

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Our Greece honeymoon travel planning experts will guide you through planning the perfect Greek Island honeymoon from start to finish. With 25 years in business, you can trust our team to suggest the best Greece resorts and hotels, pre-arrange ferries, transfers, and Greek island activities and day trips.

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We have been to Greece and can help you plan your dream Greek Island honeymoon to Santorini, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Rhodes, Crete or any of the amazing Greek Islands. We have customized a few different options but can also customize something just for the two of you based on your budget and time parameters.

Greek Island honeymoon Island Choices

First, stop Athens - most couples want to stay a night or two in Athens!
Athens is the historical capital of Europe, dating from the first settlement in the Neolithic age. The highlight of Athens is the Acropolis, a must-see for all couples honeymooning in Greece. A rooftop dinner overlooking the Acropolis is must do as well. The shopping area is the Plaka district. If you have an extra day you can visit Delphi believed to be the center of the earth and Cape Sounion. ( the setting for many movies)

Honeymoon in Santorini

“a must-see island”

We often can be heard telling honeymooners who call us " do not leave Greece without seeing Santorini" truly it is the highlight of Greece, Europe and maybe the world. Believe it or not, Santorini was actually devastated by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century BC! This volcano-shaped the way the island looks now.

It is worth it to splurge in Santorini.

Santorini hands down has the finest most luxurious accommodations in all of Greece and has some of the most exquisite suites and knock your socks off views. There are two main villages on the island, Fira and Oia, both cling to cliffs above an underwater caldera (crater). They overlook the sea, small islands to the west and beaches made up of black, red and white lava pebbles.

Most couples want to stay in the beautiful hotels overlooking the caldera and the best views are from Oia

The whitewashed, cave houses are spread along the caldera with the most scenic section being in Oia Village which stretches out to a point at the end of the island where the ruins of the Santorini castle are located. (incredible place to watch the sunset)

Santorini offers incredible views, sunsets, great shopping, dining, ruins, and nightlife

There’s great nightlife, excellent beaches, spectacular scenery and tons of romance make this one of the world's top destinations for honeymooners. There are many steps so hopefully you are in good shape, otherwise, you will be getting a workout!

Fira is the capital of Santorini, a Greek island in the Aegean Sea.

The Museum displays items from the destroyed Bronze Age settlement of Akrotiri, including wall paintings and ceramics. Fira’s clifftop location provides amazing views of Nea Kameni, a still-active volcanic island to the west. Fira is the touristy and busiest village ( the cruise ships pull in to the port) with the most amount of nightlife. The cruise ships do bring a lot of tourism to this town.

Fira is ideal for couples on a budget

Couples who choose to honeymoon in Santorini must speak to an expert to choose where to stay, its crucial the right spot is chosen and only an agent who has been there can really give you the correct direction and guidance. Our experts will be of great help in determining your best options!

Imerovigli village on Santorini

Imerovigli is a quaint smaller village on the island of Santorini, Greece, adjacent to the north of the island capital Fira. Imerovigli is most famous for its beautiful sunset and its location raised up at a higher point than Fira. There are many hotels in this area and the village has some great little hideaways.

HIKING TIP: Our Greece honeymoon experts suggest that you can take a 2-hour hike from Fira to Oia, one of the best hikes in all of Santorini that you won’t want to miss.

Mykonos the jet setter island

Mykonos is a beautiful island with some great beaches, landmark windmills, and fantastic night spots for partying late into the night. The island is most known for its summer party atmosphere. Paradise Beach is an area that has bars that blare thumping music. Loud and high-end dance clubs often have world-renowned DJs and stay open well past dawn. Mykonos landmarks include a row of 16th-century windmills, which sit on a hill above Mykonos town.

For a little culture, there are boat trips to the uninhabited ancient island of Delos and the extensive ruins there, among the best in Greece. Our experts tell our honeymooners how to spend their time and about amazing places to visit on the island. July is the craziest month to visit, and there are a lot of

The ancient historical site to visit on your honeymoon

Delos is the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis, used to be a religious center for the whole of Greece in ancient times, as well as the principal trading port in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Roman times. Delos is uninhabited today and is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, receiving large numbers of visitors who flock to admire remarkable monuments and impressive mosaics.

Get off the beaten path to Paros Island

Our clients' favorite island is Paros

Believe it or not, our feedback from honeymooners has revealed that Paros is the favorite island when compared to Mykonos, Santorini, Crete, and Naxos. It has a certain charm and ambiance that you cannot find on the busier touristy islands.

Paros is a Greek island in the Aegean Sea best known for its beaches and traditional villages.

Paros is an ideal Greek island honeymoon spot for couples who love beautiful beaches and quaint villages. For example, Parikia - the bayside capital, is a boating and transportation hub for the Cyclades region. It's also home to a landmark Byzantine church from the 4th century A.D. The north coast's Kolimbithres is a beach where naturally sculpted rocks form swimming coves, a must-see on your Paros honeymoon

Antiparos — a tiny island less than a mile off the western coast of Paros. The Agio Ioannis cave, a stony abyss of stalactites and stalagmites is where Lord Byron carved his name. There are very few mopeds and cars in the main town, the streets are as narrow as sidewalks, and covering it all is a bounty of bougainvillea.

Paros Beaches

Paros’ 120km of coastline offers a mix of stunning beaches, idyllic harbors, and extraordinary natural rock formations. Parasporos, Farangas, Alyki, Pounta, Golden Beach, Dryos, Molos, Kolymbithres, Santa Maria are just a few of Paros’ beautiful award-winning beaches.


Home to the ruins of a 5th century Temple of Apollo, this historic was built atop a hill to provide a direct line of sight to the sacred island of Delos. This location offers impressive views of the other Cyclades islands.

Naoussa Town

The pretty town of Noussa on the north coast of Paros is home to a picturesque fishing harbor and the Venetian castle, as well as many churches. The nearby Kolympithres bay features extraordinary rock formations created by the sea, and a sandy beach with small coves. The 17th-century Loggovarda monastery nearby is also worth a visit.

Naxos Greece

The Greenest island, mountainous and beautiful beaches

Naxos is the greenest island, only an hour ferry from Mykonos with beautiful high mountains and green valleys. Naxos is an ideal Greek island honeymoon hot spot for couples who want to escape the touristy island of Mykonos. There are beaches, many beautiful exotic beaches just a few minutes’ drive from villages where they still wear traditional dress, weave on old looms and live off the fruit of the land. Naxos has some lovely old churches, monasteries and Venetian castles!

Naxos has been inhabited since the 4th Millennium BC and excavations around the island bring to light ancient artifacts and buildings on a regular basis. On Naxos, you will find some of the most interesting places to snorkel and scuba dive in all of Greece.

Are you a scuba diver?

A must dive, the “Lost Beaufighter”, a British bomber aircraft which sank during World Word II. It is in pristine condition

IOS island, next to Santorini

A quaint Cycladic village with a lively nightlife, perfect honeymoon hot spot for younger couples

Ios is on the way to Santorini set between Naxos and Santorini. By day, it is a lovely island with nice beaches, by nightfall every house is a disco, bar, fast food or boutique. Ios is not for anyone over 30, at least for not more than a day or so. It's like a Florida beach or Las Vegas at Spring break, if you are of college-age this place is it! If you are older, married, and looking for a nice peaceful island forgets about Ios There are daily boats to Santorini and a couple a week to Sifnos and one boat a week to Crete, sometimes more in the summer.

Honeymoon in Crete
The largest island in Greece

Couples may or may not want to visit Crete. It is a less expensive island to visit but does not offer the knock your socks off views. Couples do not realize that one of the most advertised and popular hotels, Blue Palace, is about a 1.5-hour drive from the airport and the port, and can cost $250 to $300 USD just for a round trip transfer. There are not that many restaurants near the hotels either, forcing you to eat at the hotel and pay top dollar. Couples will save money going to Crete on their honeymoon, but then spend the money on cabs and food. We are not saying do not go to Crete, we just want to send a slight warning to our clients and let them decide.

Crete is the largest island in Greece and the fifth largest one in the Mediterranean Sea. Crete is easy to fly to from Athens or a ferry from Santorini. In Crete, you can discover the remnants of brilliant civilizations, relax on nice white sandy beaches, check out some steep gorges, and become part of the island’s rich gastronomic culture. Crete has many archaeological sites. The Minoan civilization was one of the most significant in the ancient world.

Greece Honeymoon Day trips & Activities

Half Day Mykonos Island Tour - Unforgettable!

During this tour, see and visit the most interesting places on the island. The first destination is the beach of Saint Ioannis with its picturesque little church. Get an idea of the inside of a Greek church (over 400 on the island.) Then the bus passes by Ornos beach, Saint Stefano beach, and Tourlos harbor, where all cruise boats embark and disembark the visitors by small boats. The tour continues to the most distant beaches, such as Kalafatis and Santa Anna. Afterward visit the village of Ano Mera, well known for the monastery of Panagia Tourliani and the typical little square with the Greek taverns. Have the opportunity to taste Ouzo and octopus. After visiting the monastery and enjoying the enchanting sunset, return to Mykonos. Pickup from hotel; details to be advised locally.

Mykonos Delos Tour- a must-do in Mykonos

Sail from Mykonos to the island of Delos, which was once the religious center of the Aegean and Cyclades. According to myth, Latonna gave birth to Apollo, the Greek sun god, and Artemis, the huntress and goddess of marriage and fertility on the island. View the Sacred Harbor, and the regal Sacred Way, flanked by stone lions leading to the temples dedicated to Apollo and Artemis. Visit the museum housing archaeological artifacts found on the island and the tourist pavilion.

Santorini Volcano Cruise- a must-do for all honeymooners

Enjoy a cruise around the breathtaking island of Santorini. Sail to the island of Nea Kameni, and walk up to the still active volcano for a view of the Caldera. Sail to the island of Palea Kameni, where you will have the opportunity to swim in the bay in the water warmed by the sulfur springs. Continue to the island of Therasia, for some free time, perhaps ride a mule to the village of Manolas. Return to the port of Athinios in Santorini in the afternoon passing by the beautiful cliffs and Oia.

The Greek Islands

Why Choose The Greek Islands for your honeymoon?

Our honeymoon experts recommend Greece

  • More than just hang out on the beach for their honeymoon- Greece is a destination to be explored.
  • Want over the top scenery and views- truly one of the most spectacular places on planet earth to see
  • A desire to learn and explore ancient history- brush up on Greek Mythology before you go!
  • The freedom to move around, and try a lot of different dining options- words cannot express or describe the remarkable dining scene
  • Love good wine- Greece is offering some amazing wines these days, at prices far lower than you find in Napa
  • Looking for a little fun nightlife and party scene- Mykonos especially can be a fun place to be in June/ July

Greece is not the ideal honeymoon destination for couples who

  • Are looking for an all-inclusive honeymoon- nothing like Sandals here, the all-inclusive concept would defeat the purpose of honeymooning in Greece
  • Have to have bathwater warm seas for swimming and snorkeling- the ocean is a little cooler in Greece, not as warm as the Caribbean, Hawaii or South Pacific.
  • Want to stay in one spot for a week- fly all the way to Greece, and you need to see at least 2 islands, 3 if possible, and 4 if you are lucky


Is it your ultimate honeymoon destination?

Couples who want an exploration, as well as a relaxing honeymoon mixed with romantic dining experiences in quaint villages, will find Greece to be an ultimate honeymoon destination. We recommend it for couples who also love being on the water, whether a sunset cruise or Jet Ski ride around ancient rock formations. Another reason to head to Greece for your honeymoon would be for the accommodations. The islands have secluded, romantic hotels and suites that offer Jacuzzi’s and plunge pools with dramatic views and steps to the beach. Greece is great for couples who want a non-traditional resort feel with high-end luxury hotels with spectacular views and luxury suites!

Cool and fun things you can do in Greece on your honeymoon

Explore ancient beautiful islands together by ATV, motorbike or rental car- seeing spectacular sites, beaches, dramatic hillsides, rock cliffs, and stunning blue seas.

Discover endless great restaurants and cafes island-wide with fresh ingredients and grilled local seafood. There are places to eat for every budget.

History buffs and lovers of art and archaeology will be in heaven - especially on Santorini with the newly found lost Minoan city in Akrotiri from the 5th century.

Are there all-inclusive Greece honeymoon resorts?

The Greek Isles are definitely not an all-inclusive vacation experience like you see advertised on TV (such as Sandals resorts).

A honeymoon in Greece is totally the opposite of an all-inclusive concept where couples stay at one hotel, eat, drink, and do everything in one spot.

If you choose Greece, then you will be out and about exploring the islands together in an adventure of a lifetime- seeing some of the most beautiful locations on Planet Earth, eating delicious meals at local romantic and seaside restaurants, renting an ATV or motorbike and exploring ancient ruins and secluded picnic spots overlooking scenery that you’ve seen in the movies.

When should we travel to Greece for our honeymoon?

This question all depends on what you want to experience for your Greek island honeymoon and the temperature you are most comfortable with. It can get very hot in Greece especially in the summer and could be unbearable for some. The hottest months are mid-June to the beginning of September.

The Greek Islands are some of the most dramatic, beautiful islands in the world, and perfect for couples seeking an exotic island adventure with almost guaranteed sunshine and dry weather. The season begins April 1st to the end of October (most hotels are closed between November and March). April and May being shoulder season, June peak season, and July - August to mid-September are the highest peak season. The end of September and all of October to the first of November are the low season. Our experts feel that if you want to spend a lot of time in the water and at the beach, that the best time would be June till mid-September. April is way too cool, and May is getting warmer, the pools are heated starting in May at many hotels. The ocean is cooler than the Caribbean and Hawaii

April honeymoon in Greece

April is a great time to visit if you want to save money, avoid the crowds, and are not interested in lying on a beach all day swimming in the ocean. The ocean will be too cool for a swim (the water is not nearly as warm as the Caribbean or Hawaii) so the heated swimming pool or Jacuzzi on your balcony would be perfect.

May honeymoon in Greece

May- May might be one of the best months to visit because it warming up around the islands, and still the busy season has not yet begun. Prices are still good, and the wild partying has yet to start. In May couples can start heading to the beach and take a swim without feeling like they stepped into an ice bucket!

June honeymoon in Greece

June- June is starting to heat up in Greece, and Athens especially can be brutally hot and challenging to be outside if you are sensitive to heat. The islands are more tolerable during this time, Mykonos is always a bit windy, yet the ocean is refreshing.

July, August and September honeymoon in Greece

July to mid-September- This is the very peak season of the Greek Islands, with July and August being the busiest of the three months. Couples can still enjoy the islands over the summer; however, there are some pretty massive crowds in the more touristy areas of Santorini and Mykonos. Mykonos is by far the most crowded summer island with thousands of tourists and packed beaches. Cruise ships drop off thousands of tourists as well. We suggest couples consider other islands besides Mykonos in the summer such as Naxos, Ios or Paros which are not far from Santorini by ferry. Crete is also a nice option for the summer to avoid the crowds and save money.

October honeymoon in Greece

October- We love the month of October in Greece, the sun is shining, it is not too boiling hot, and the major crowds have subsided. The ocean is a little cool but very refreshing. The rates are a little lower and there are no line ups for dining or excursions, plus less traffic. You can go to Santorini until the end of October and still have a great time and get some sunshine, Mykonos until about October 17th is fine (most hotels close that week). Some of the other islands are fine to visit as well

Tips for peak summertime travel for the Greek Islands for your honeymoon:

Fly into Mykonos, and then take a quick 1-hour fast ferry to Naxos or Paros, which offer a more authentic Greek experience without the hordes of crowds and nudist sunbathers in Mykonos. Santorini is a must-do and can be easily reached from Naxos or Paros. Ios is another good choice but does tend to be a party island for the younger crowds.

TRANSPORTATION to the islands

Many couples do not realize how many transfers and in-between flights or ferries are required, and ferries need to be booked well in advance. Booking with a travel agent is essential.

In destinations such as Greece, you typically will fly from Athens –> islands and then you can take ferries between islands depending on their vicinity to one another. We book ferries in Greece for you, which can be a very big challenge if you aren’t familiar with how travel works there.

Greece Honeymoon Budget:

Many couples fail to estimate how much they are going to spend. An expert travel agent can help you figure out what you will spend from personal travel experience to the islands. Depending on many circumstances, week-long (7 nights) stays in Greece during low season start at around $5500- 6000+ for airfare from larger airports, pre-arranged transfers included, and hotels. A week during high season (July to September) will be higher at least $7000+ for two, and a 10-12 night package with air will be in the $8-9000 range for two.

You will need to budget additionally for lunches/dinners/activities once there…and this does add up to about $2500-3000 for a week in Greece

Estimate at least $250.00 per day for two for food/drink depending on your own personal habits

Estimate between $50-150 per day for two for activities (museum passes, entrances to ruins, city tours, etc.)

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