The most wonderful Greek islands to visit during winter

Although you may not think of Greece as an end-of-year getaway, the winter islands may convince you otherwise. Even if you don’t like snow, you’ll enjoy spending the winter on the Greek islands. Usually, the temperatures are mild, and the sun is shining, turning the crisp wind into a balmy atmosphere.

During the winter, the Cyclades islands, which include Crete, Syros, and Santorini, are open to tourists. Except for the temperature that gets a little cooler in December, there is typically minimal change between summer and winter. You will be able to see the islands in all their glory, as well as learn about their history and culture.

Corfu, with all its charm and beauty, offers a variety of winter hiking trails. Despite being one of the coldest islands in January, Corfu provides an abundance of activities. There’s always something to explore or see on this gorgeous island, whether it’s tasting the local specialties, exploring the mountains, or simply making local friends.

Rhodes, Greece’s fourth largest island, has a diverse range of activities. You can go for a walk on the beach or participate in watersports. The water will be cold, but you’ll be amazed at how many people participate in watersports during the winter. You can also visit touristic sites. The Acropolis of Lindos, a beautiful ancient ruin, is worth exploring. During the summer, the area is usually packed with tourists from all over the globe. You’ll be able to appreciate the breathtaking views and connect with the history without the crowds during Winter.

If you’re looking for cool and culture-filled adventures, we’ve gathered some islands you could visit this winter. You could go against the grain and explore the most wonderful locations while avoiding crowds.