Combining two of Greece’s most luxurious islands Santorini and Crete, enables you to explore both the natural and ancient wonders in true style, and experience two very different islands.

10 nights, From £595*

Price is a guide for this itinerary including all your flights, hotels, transfers and ferries.

* Prices are only to act as a guide


5 Nights – Santorini
5 Nights – Crete

✈ UK – Santorini (5 Nights): You will first fly direct from the UK to Santorini in the Cyclades. Famous for its traditional white-washed villages that cling to the high clifftops, this volcanic island is instantly recognisable from many postcards of the blue-domed churches backed by brilliant blue skies.

With 5 nights on the island you will have the perfect amount of time to enjoy the busy towns, archaeological sites, and the exquisite black beaches. Santorini was shaped by a devastating volcano in the 16th Century BC which left a rugged landscape and dramatic volcanic crater known as a Caldera, peeking out of the sea and is what makes Santorini so unique, so take in these famous sights and enjoy the Caldera’s hot spring. The main towns of Fira, Firostefani, Imerovigli and Oia, are spread along the cliff overlooking the caldera and walking between the towns, or even part of it, makes for a perfect day. There are countless dramatic viewpoints, enchanting lanes, and spellbinding stairwells. Also, make sure you head to Oia to take in the famous sunset – something not to be missed.

⛴ Santorini – Crete (5 Nights): Sailing onto Crete, the largest of the Greek Islands, you’ll find some of Greece’s most popular beach resorts. You can spend your days relaxing in a luxurious beach hotel, however there’s much more to Crete than just beaches.

Birth place of Minoan civilisation, spend a day exploring the ancient ruins of the Palace of Knossos and learn about all the Greek mythological tales linked to it. Also head to the nearby city of Heraklion, to walk around its historical centre with its bustling market and the recently renovated Archaeological Museum. Another must-do day trip is a hike through the Samarian Gorge, the longest and most impressive of Europe’s limestone gorges. Chania is also well worth a visit, the Venetian Harbour, the old port, the narrow shopping streets and the waterfront restaurants are all wonderful to wander around.

✈ Crete – UK: At the end of your Greek holiday, you are able to fly direct to the UK from one of the international airports on Crete.