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With around 200 days of sunshine each year, it’s no wonder that millions of tourists flock to Greece each year. The ‘birthplace of civilisation’ has a rich history spanning four millennia, but it’s the beauty of Greece which will keep you returning year after year.
Whether you want to visit ancient ruins, relax on stunning beaches next to crystal clear waters, or lace up your hiking boots for an adventure, we offer holiday insurance to suit any trip to Greece.*
If you need travel insurance for Greece, Holidaysafe offers an award-winning range of European travel insurance policies to protect you against unexpected disasters. When you buy a travel insurance policy from Holidaysafe, you will enjoy the following benefits:
Simply click ‘Get a Quote’ and remember to select ‘Europe’ to be covered for your trip.
Don’t forget to order or take your free European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) when travelling in Europe, just in case you need to seek medical treatment during your trip. If you do use the card during your holiday, we’ll waive the policy excess on any medical claim you need to make.
June, July and August are the most popular times to visit Greece, but with guaranteed sunshine comes hordes of tourists. If you would prefer fewer tourists or slightly cooler temperatures then April, May and September are also great times to visit.
December, February and March are less reliable times to visit Greece in terms of weather; some days can be crystal clear and warm, whereas others can be cold and miserable. It all depends on where in Greece you are planning to travel, so ensure you do plenty of research before booking.
There is so much which can be added to a Greek itinerary that you might just have to make several trips to tick it all off, but here are some of our favourites;
The food in Greece is simply delicious from authentic moussaka to fresh sea food. However, the real speciality is the meze, a selection of smaller dishes including fresh pitta bread, tzatziki (yoghurt and cucumber dip), saganaki (fried cheese), kleftiko (slow cooked lamb), and souvlaki (meat kebabs).
Click here to view all countries Holidaysafe can provide cover for.*
*Please note Holidaysafe does not provide cover for any trip which goes against the advice of the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO). Please check the FCDO advice on your chosen destination before booking your trip or purchasing our insurance.
Please note, Holidaysafe’s online prices automatically include a 15% discount against our Customer Service Centre prices.
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