The DMC Greece – Greece

„Discover, explore and experience all that is Greece with THE DMC GREECE as your host.“

A team of dedicated, professional organisers, providing solutions encompassing all aspects of meetings and events.

What better place to convene your next group program than at the beginning of modern civilization, Greece?
History unfolds at every turn. The Acropolis, the Parthenon, Adrian’s Gate, Mount Olympus, the list goes on.

Athens, the Athenian Riviera, Cape Sounion plus over 2000 Greek Islands offer an adventure that that will appeal to the most seasoned travellers. There is no other destination that can deliver the eternal beauty of Greece. With an extensive array of city hotels, island resorts, cruising options, and a new airport, Greece has the modern infrastructure that will enhance your program’s success.

The DMC Greece offers you a dazzling Greece… Cities, islands, or countryside villages. Unique programs and motivation based activities influenced by Greece’s classical heritage and the modern up to date post Olympics Athens. The team creates tailor made incentive programs that meet all your requirements, using all of Greece as a backdrop. Innovative ideas to reward your company staff, your valuable associates and your VIP clients.

Exclusive services from start to finish, guaranteeing unforgettable events! The DMC Greece’s reputable professional team provides destination management services of the highest standards with outstanding value for money. their international staff is attentive to your needs and committed to success. The team is your partner who shares your expectations with dedication towards achieving your most unique and memorable experience.

Motivated by innovation – privileged by expertise Visioning goals – surpassing expectations Quality results – outstanding value Client focus for distinctive creativity.

Website: www.thedmcgreece.com

Victor Peralta

Athens

Athens is the historical capital of Europe, with a long history, dating from the first settlement in the Neolithic age. In the 5th Century BC (the “Golden Age of Pericles”) – the culmination of Athens’ long, fascinating history – the city’s values and civilization acquired a universal significance.

Over the years, a multitude of conquerors occupied Athens, and erected unique, splendid monuments – a rare historical palimpsest. In 1834, it became the capital of the modern Greek state and in two centuries since it has become an attractive modern metropolis with unrivalled charm.

The temple of Olympian Zeus (6th c. B.C.), one of the largest in antiquity and close by Hadrian’s Arch (131 A.D.), forms the symbolic entrance to the city.

Creta

Combine a visit to the world-famous Minoan Palace at Knossos with a unique wine-tasting session!

A visit at the Minoan Palace at Knossos, symbol of the Minoan civilization, which is widely acknowledged as one of the founding cornerstones of European civilisation, is an absolute must.

The age-old practice of viniculture is still an integral part of Cretan life: we cordially invite you to continue your journey through fertile vineyards to the traditional village of Skalani.Think of a spectacular multimedia show where Cretan history comes to life; A stately wine cellar with superb wines maturing in oak barrels; A guest hall where wines are enjoyed next to delicious plates of the local, yet renowned Mediterranean cuisine.

Mykonos

Take a Full-Day-Trip with a traditional boat at the southern coast of Mykonos to Elia Beach. Relax, enjoy the sun, watch the crystal clear seawater and the quiet beaches. Get aboard the traditional kaiki which takes you along the south coast towards the East.

Follow coast to coast of Mykonos island and stop at the Elia beach and take some time for swim and snorkel. All the water sports are available at this organised beach. Lunch and beverages are served on board of the Kaiki. After lunch there is enough time to spend on the beach. The boat leaves for Paradise Beach. Then head back towards Ornos beach.

Santorini

If Santorini is known as the „Greek Pompeii“ and is claimant to the title of the lost Atlantis, it is because of the archaeological site of ancient Akrotiri, near the tip of the southern horn of the island. The site re-opened in April 2012 after undergoing lengthy structural repairs of the protective roof spanning the entire enclosed site, which is in fact a whole ancient city buried under the volcanic ashes and still waiting to be unearthed—almost intact.

In the 1860s, workmen discovered the remains of an ancient town. The town was frozen in time by ash from an eruption 3,600 years ago, long before Pompeii’s disaster. It is thought that the 40 buildings that have been uncovered are only one-thirtieth of the huge site and that excavating the rest will probably take a century.