Exciting Activities to Do At The Coast Of Greece



Thirty-three million people visited Greece in 2018, according to Statista. From the rich history and culture to modern developments, you will never lack something to see in Greece. This country boasts of its many beaches, islands, and a long coastline. Her capital Athens and other locations like Rhodes, Corfu, Santorini, Mykonos, Chalkidice, and Crete make this country one of the most attractive and popular destinations in Europe. The country also has a breathtaking countryside, wine, and delicious food. This article explores the exciting things you can do on the coast of Greece.

Exciting Activities to Do At The Coast Of Greece


Take Part in Sea Kayaking

The calm seas found in Greece present a perfect opportunity for Kayaking. This will give you time to explore the fantastic coastline. If you do it during the day, you will enjoy swimming, walks, cliff jumping, snack, and beverages.  Kayaking companies plan their day trips based on bookings and weather. When the weather is calm, no prior experience in Kayaking is required.

Sailing

For people who enjoy sailing, Yachts are perfect for taking sailing trips on your terms and pace. Sailing is ideal for exploring Greece as you will get to enjoy seeing the ruins, beautiful islands as well as the breathtaking waters. Yacht rental in Greece is widespread, and several companies offer this service. Do your research beforehand and pick the option that suits your preferences and budget.

Explore the Magnificent Beaches

The coast of Greece is the eleventh longest beach in the world, and it's packed with smooth pebbles or golden sand and blue-green water. There is a wide variety of beaches that you can choose from, so; it will all depend on your preference.

Myrtos Beach in Kefalonia is a must-visit destination. Although it is a bit pebbly, its water is stunning. Make you have shoes since the pebbles can be tough on your feet. The sea in this beach changes its color from dark blue to turquoise and electric blue. Access to this beach can be via the sea with a private boat or through the main road using a car, public service bus, or motorbike.

Elafonisi beach is children friendly due to its shallow waters in some areas. Located in the west of Crete island, you get to lay back and enjoy the turquoise blue sea and the pink and white sands with your loved ones or alone.

Tour the Corinth canal

This forms part of the best engineering developments in Greece. Its construction was pioneered by the ancient Roman emperor, Nero, but completed by the French in the late 19th century. You can take in the beauty of the canal, watch ships sailing or even engage in Zulu Bungy Jump if you can tolerate the heights. The channel has a width of 25 meters and a length of 6.4 kilometers. It is, therefore, too narrow for ships more massive than 58 feet, but it remains functional.

Greece is one of the affordable countries in Europe. Therefore, you will not have to dig deep into your pockets to enjoy the great things that she has to offer.