We are all Greeks. Our laws, our literature, our religion, our arts, have their root in Greece. Percy Bysshe Shelley
All through ancient times the Gods, poets, authors and artists revered Greece as the cradle of all civilisation. It was in the capital of the country, Athens, that the first conference of the civilised world took place. Pericles, the founder of democracy, addressed the people of Athens from Pnyx at the foot of the Acropolis.
Since then we have taken giant leaps in improving the comfort of our conference facilities and complimenting them with ultra-modern state of the art, purpose-built properties.
In the last few years, Greece has heavily invested in upgrading and creating new infrastructure as it is hosting the 2004 Olympic Games. The 28th Olympiad has been the catalyst of this change in the country with a number of major developments taking place.
Greece is a country with a diverse landscape that renders it an enticing proposition for leisure and business travellers alike. From its rugged mountains to its lush forests and emerald lakes, the country offers a variety of activities to be enjoyed throughout the year.
Consider the possibilities. The geography of Greece is such that parts of it are ideal for incentives including Pelion, Macedonia, Peloponnese, Epirus and Central Greece with its gorges, lakes and mountain ranges or the Cyclades for a flotilla trip.
On the other hand, Athens, Thessaloniki, Halkidiki and the islands of Rhodes, Kos, Corfu and Crete are all perfect for conferences due to their modern facilities.
Greece has the right mix of antiquity, mythology, history and culture blended with modern facilities to enthuse even the most difficult of business travellers.
Learn more about the regions of Greece
To learn more about the regions of Greece choose from the list below, or click on the map.