IMPORTANT INFORMATION: As part of the sanitary measures due to the Covid 19, from July 1st Greek authorities requiere the completion of the travel form available on the official site, at the latest 48 hours before your trip.
To help you to fill in the form, requiered information is as follows:
Address: CLUB MED GREGOLIMANO, Agios Georgios Lichada, 343 00, Island Euboa, GREECE
Region: Sterea Ellada


Gregolimano is the ideal choice for an all-inclusive holiday by the sea. With a festive and family focus, this Club Med Resort on the Island of Evia is a wonderful oasis between the beach and the olive groves. Enjoy a dream holiday - dive head first into the blue waters of the Aegean Sea, or whisk yourself off... on your water skis.

Highlights of Greece

Journey back in time among the treasures of the Mediterranean

  • All inclusive holidays perfect for family breaks and wellness retreats
  • Explore ancient Greek ruins
  • Visit picturesque coastal towns
  • Enjoy delicious Mediterranean cuisine

Towering hillsides and azure seas

From the picturesque blue roofs of Santorini to the magnificent ruins of Athens, Greece is ready to take your breath away. Perfect for family holidays with a difference, cultural adventures with your favourite people, or peaceful getaways by the sea, Greece is yours to explore island by island.

History brought to life

Home to some of the oldest and most important historical sites in the world, Greece is so much more than a holiday destination. Explore the ancient ruins of Athens and lose yourself in stories of gods, gorgons and Greek heroes for a family-friendly holiday back into the past and a history lesson the kids will love.

A Dionysian feast

On top of its historical heritage, Greece has an impressive gastronomic pedigree. With its typically Mediterranean specialities – such as moussaka, taramasalata and souvlaki – it’s a dream destination for foodies. Go for an all-inclusive resort on the coast and treat your kids to baklava while you savour sumptuous local olives, freshly-caught seafood and a chilled glass of ouzo next to the Mediterranean Sea.

Facts about Greece

Direct Flying Time: 2h40 (GVA-ATH)
Currency: Euro | Language: Modern Greek
Best months to visit: May - Oct
Well known for: Beautiful islands and historic sites

Greece Weather

Monthly weather averages in Greece

Greece has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry weather seven months out of the year, with the north meltemi winds providing gentle relief from the heat along the coast. With highs of 34°C in August, you’ll want to make the most of the cool mornings for sight-seeing, then relax in the pool during the hot midday hours, ready to enjoy the famously pleasant Grecian summer evenings.

The best time to visit Greece is between May and October, when you can expect average highs of 25-34°C and dry, sunny weather.

Discover Greece

Greek getaways: an all-inclusive journey back in time

Treat yourself to a Greek getaway, where history comes back to life and the striking colours of the Mediterranean are never far away.

Stay in the land of your dreams with an all-inclusive Greek getaway

Inhale the enticing perfume of Greece’s wild countryside as you head off to discover the Meteora Monastery from your Gregolimano Club Med resort. Linking heaven and earth, this monument is perched on top of a spectacular rocky peak. Then head off for Athens and its Acropolis, the legendary hill where the Parthenon has stood for thousands of years. Aboard Club Med 2, sail off to the Cyclades and the countless azure tones of Mykonos and Santorini. Two icons of a Greek paradise for you to discover island by island, archaeological site by archaeological site, during your all-inclusive holiday.

Travel back to the origins of the modern world

During your stay in Greece, get closer to history by visiting the Museum of Eretria in Evia. This seaside town houses a museum with a large collection of artefacts and ancient remains. Your all-inclusive Greek odyssey then takes you north, to Thessaloniki, Greece's second largest city. A young city, proud of its historical heritage. Discover the amazing curves of the church of Agios Pavlos, or visit the fascinating archaeological museum: the mosaics on display here will knock you off your feet.

Gourmet Greece: your all-inclusive holiday in the land of Dionysos

As well as its natural and historical heritage, Greece also has an impressive cultural and gastronomic heritage. With its typically Mediterranean specialities, it’s a dream destination for gourmets and those who like to try new things. Make sure you take a glass of chilled ouzo, accompanied by a seafood platter, dakos or moussaka on the shores of Santorini, in the shade of an olive tree.

Things to see and do in Greece

Sightseeing is a must !

Sanctuary of Asclepius in Epidaurus

You’ll find this ancient sanctuary in the lush setting of a Peloponnese valley. Dedicated to the god of medicine Asclepios, this gigantic amphitheatre used to welcome pilgrims who came here to convert to the cult of medicine. Considered one of the masterpieces of ancient architecture, this monument leaves a lasting impression on all who see it. Proof of this is the impressive panorama seen from the top steps of the theatre.

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki

Accessible in 4 hours from your resort of Gregolimano, this museum is a must-see during your all-inclusive holiday in Greece. Architecturally close to ancient Greece, the museum’s major collections retrace the history of Macedonia and its capital: Thessaloniki. It’s a great way to immerse yourself in the daily life of the ancients, through masterpieces (Derveni krater, sarcophagi etc) and everyday objects (bracelets, crowns, papyrus and the like).


Archaeological site of Olympia

The archaeological site of Olympia takes you back to the days of ancient Greece. In the heart of the Peloponnese Valley, the site is one of the country’s archaeological treasures, and one of the greatest memories from your all-inclusive holiday in Greece. The mythological and historic site of the Games, here you’ll discover the remains of its famous sports arenas. A major museum dedicated to Olympia stands here, with "The Hermes of Praxiteles" one of its outstanding exhibits.

Archaeological site of Eretria

It’s one of the country’s most important archaeological sites, and just 3 hours from your resort of Gregolimano. As it’s located around the archaeological museum, you’re welcome to walk among the millennia-old remains. As the highlight of your visit, the ancient theatre takes you back to the 5th century BC. You should also consider visiting the House of Mosaics to discover some superb pieces from the period.


The Monasteries of Meteora

In central Greece, 3 hr 30 from your Club Med Gregolimano resort, come and see these unmissable monuments to Greek Orthodoxy. In the heart of Thessaly, amid the mountain vegetation where rocky peaks stretch skyward, is where you’ll find the Great Meteoron cliff-top monastery. Since the 14th century, it’s been the largest and highest monastery in active use in the region. Quite an inspiration for your all-inclusive holiday in Greece!


Elia beach

It’s the longest beach on one of the most famous of all Greek islands: Mykonos, the queen of the Cyclades. A protected site, it’s home to myriad different shades of blue. This fine sandy paradise isn’t just an idyllic place to lie back and relax during your all-inclusive Greek holiday; it’s a leisure paradise with countless water sports and a thermal centre nearby.

Greek holidays with kids

Family adventures

Greece: a mythical family holiday, guaranteed!

Whether you’re looking for unspoilt nature or cultural heritage, Greece has something for all of the family.

An adventure full of history and mythology

Greece is the perfect destination to awaken the spirit of adventure in aspiring archaeologists. Take the children for a hike around Meteora to discover this monument that defies the laws of both time and gravity. Then head east towards beautiful Thessaloniki to continue your journey back in time. Pay the archaeological museum a visit, where hundreds of objects from ancient Greece are on display. Finally, take in a sunset, sitting with your tribe on the walls beneath the Trigoniou tower.

A family getaway beneath the warm Greek sun

Greece isn’t just a cultural destination; it’s a playground for all ages, too, both by land and by sea. Escape to the Sporades islands in the Aegean Sea. There’s nothing like a family game of volleyball on the island's beach that provided the backdrop for the film Mamma Mia. Back at your resort of Gregolimano, visit the countryside around nearby Euboea and Gialtra, ideal for a family trek.

Places to visit as a family

Corinth Canal

Spectacular both in terms of its size and history, the Corinth Canal promises you a memorable passage of over 6km through a narrow neck just twenty or so metres wide. Its steep walls, which plunge into the clear, shallow water below, the work of a French company, offer some striking landscapes. Little visited, the site offers an original family outing, 4 hours from your resort of Gregolimano.

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Agios Ioannis Sto Kastri

If you’re prepared to climb its 198 steps, you won’t find a view like it anywhere in Greece. Overlooking the Aegean Sea, the little chapel of Agios Ioannis delivers a dazzling panorama over 100m above sea level. Built on a rocky peak jutting out into the sea, the site, which served as the setting for the film "Mamma Mia", offers some wonderful scenery.

The Athens Acropolis

It’s the most famous hill, not just in Athens, but in all Greece. The Acropolis has watched over the Greek capital for thousands of years, just 3 hr 30 from your resort in Gregolimano. Discover this symbol of a civilisation that today forms part of UNESCO's heritage and feel the full force of ancient history beneath the Parthenon’s majestic columns.

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These windmills stand in proud testimony to the winds that blow across Mykonos, the most famous of the Greek islands, in the heart of the Cyclades. Above the little white houses, you’ll easily make out these venerable windmills, around 400 years old and now converted into guest houses and museums. All very poetic, the site offers a spectacular, romantic view from the hill overlooking the Aegean Sea and the surrounding islands.

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