Hi guys our country today is a magical one which is greece I’m personally can’t wait to go there , so we must know first the best places to visit in greece and also the best time to visit Greece so lets begin.
– Greece is one of the countries in the south-east of Europe, south of the Balkan Peninsula, bordering Greece on the northern side of Albania, Macedonia and Bulgaria, on the east the Aegean Sea and Turkey, and on the western and southern sides bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and the Ionian Sea. The history of the Greek state dates back thousands of years, and historians regard it as the “cradle of Western civilization”.
It has an area of ?? about 130,000 square kilometers, with a total of 9841 islands. These islands constitute one-quarter of the country’s territory. The largest of its islands is Crete, with an area of ??8260 square kilometers. It has a mountain range called Pindus, with a peak of 2,636 meters above sea level and a mountain range in the north called Ridoufa. There are three types of the Greek climate: the Mediterranean climate, which is characterized by moderate winter and extreme heat in summer, the climate of the Alps mild climate, and fall in winter snow.
– The most beautiful tourist areas in Greece:
1- Santorini Island:
one of the most beautiful islands in Greece, where the beautiful and romantic view of the sunset from there, in addition to the view of the ocean can be seen from the houses on that island.
2- Parthenon Acropolis:
An ancient historic building and historic site built on the ruins of the Acropolis Temple in Athens, one of the most important classical Greek buildings.
Is an island on the Aegean Sea, with its magnificent buildings around the fishing village’s bay, white buildings with narrow streets and roads, and beautiful beaches and beautiful sunset views.
It has the most important monasteries in the country, built on vertical rocks north of the Thessaly Plain, consist of 6 monasteries and were included in the World Heritage List in 1988. They are difficult to reach except for The path of wooden ladders is hidden in the rocks but can be seen and enjoy its breathtaking view from afar.
5- Moritos Beach:
This beach is located on the island of Kefalonia in the north-west of the island, where you can see the interesting contrast between the blue sea and the white beach, as well as the mountains and the steep slopes.
6- Samaria Valley:
This valley is located on the island of Crete, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Greece, where more than half a million visitors a year, a garden can be moved through the paths and slopes created by nature.
7- Rhodes Island:
Named after Apollo Rhodes, this is one of the seven wonders of the world. It is located on the southern coast of Turkey, the most remote island of Greece, with its turquoise waters and white beaches.
And now we will talk about the best time to visit Greece and we will inform you about it’s weather:
1- Greece owes it’s beautiful climate to it’s nice geographical location that it has the lovely meditarian sea weather with a balanced winter weather but in this season rain falls.
2- summer season in Greece is hot but its been soften thanks to the seasonal wind the main wind is in aiga sea months of summer is from (may-septembre) and called “meltemi” continues averagly for 2 to 4 days from 8:00 a.m to 8:00 p.m and be with high intenisty at 2:00 p.m and blows espicially at seclayds islands.
3- There are two main seasons in Greece: rainy and cold winter season which continues from the middle of october till the end of march and a dry and hot season which continues from april till october.
4- Temperatures are rarely excessive in coastal areas, where the highest range is observed in annual and daily temperatures in remote areas, plains and highlands.
The fall of snow
Snowfall is common on the mountains from the end of September (in northern Greece, late October as an average in the rest of the country), while in the lowlands the snow usually falls from December to mid-March. However, snow fell in the city of Florena even in May. In the coastal areas of the islands, the snow rarely falls. Snowfall is not an essential feature of climate in the islands.
Heatwaves mainly affect lowlands, and rarely occur in July and August. However, do not last for more than three days.
5- In terms of climate, we can divide the year into two seasons: the cold season, the winter rain, which lasts from mid-October to the end of March, and the dry hot season that lasts from April to October.
During the first period, the coldest months are January and February, where the average temperature ranges from 5 to 10 degrees Celsius in coastal areas, from 0 to 5 degrees Celsius in continental areas and below zero in the northern regions.
Rain, even in the winter does not last for several days, and the sky is not cloudy throughout the winter, as in other parts of the world.
6- Winter storms sometimes stop in January and the first two weeks of February, and the sun rises. These days are known from ancient times to the days of Ecclesiastes. During this period in the islands – in particular – in the southern part of the country, as in the island of Crete, the temperature can exceed 18-20 ° C, attici 13-14 ° C, and in Thessaloniki can exceed 9 mercury and sometimes 10 Degrees Celsius. In other cities, for example, in the city of Alexandroupoli in the days of the Aleconyets, where the temperature exceeds 7-8 degrees Celsius, which leads to the melting of snow during the day.
7- The winter is milder in the Aegean islands and the Ionian Sea than in the north and east bank of Greece. During the hot and dry season, the weather is stable, the sky is clear, the sun is bright, rain rarely rains, and the rain or thunderstorm is often short.
The hottest period is between the last 10 days of July and the first 10 days of August when the average temperature range is between 30 and 35 degrees Celsius. During the hot season, the atmosphere of the cold sea breeze in the country’s coastal areas and the northern (annual) wind blows to blowing mainly on the Aegean Sea.
8- Short spring season period due to delayed winter expiration. While summer begins early. 
The autumn season is a long, warm season, sometimes in southern Greece and the islands until mid-December.
9- In the capital of Athens the cold is usually noticeable from November onwards, and continues until the end of March. After mid-December, the cold begins in urban areas, and continues until the end of February. From the beginning of March, spring becomes noticeable and temperatures gradually rise.
The coldest period of the year in Athens is the last week of December until the third week of January. In Athens, the lowest temperature was recorded on December 28, 1938, which is 17.1 degrees Celsius below zero, while the lowest in the country is 30 degrees Celsius below zero. It was observed at minus 28 ° C (in nephrocobe) and at minus 27 ° C (in Ptolemae)
10- Greece has the record for the highest temperature recorded in Europe, or 48.0 degrees Celsius in Athens on July 10, 1977, where some sources reported that the temperature was 48.7 degrees Celsius, was recorded on July 10, 1977 in the town of Al-Fesina.
Another high temperature was also recorded in two cities: Nea Philadelphia (Athens Municipality), where temperatures reached 47.5 ° C on 26/6/2007, and 1 at Attica on the same day.
At the end i hope you choose the perfect time to travel to Greece this lovely country bye guys 🙂