One Country, Thousands of possibilities
Above: The ancient Minoan Palace of Knossos, Crete.
Timeshare Resales in Greece
Affording visitors a wide range of holiday experiences, Greece enjoys one of the sunniest climates in Europe and receives over 20 million holiday makers every year. Famed for its warm hospitality, gorgeous coastlines and some of the worlds most ancient historic sites, a holiday in Greece can serve up something for everyone.
Whilst Athens is home to a plethora of must-see sights, it is the many Greek Islands that have proven more popular with holidaymakers over the years. With well over 1,000 islands no one knows for sure exactly how many there and some are very small although around 200 are inhabited.
If you are considering buying a timeshare in Crete, Corfu, Rhodes, Skiathos or Kos, below you will find a summary of some of the resales we have on our books. However, for the best advice, speak with one of our consultants who will be happy to answer any of your questions and undertake a detailed search on your behalf.
The largest of the Greek Islands, Crete occupies the southern-most region of Greece’s claim to the Mediterranean Sea. Steeped in mythology, visitors here should take time to visit the ancient Minoan Palace of Knossos or the Cave of Zeus whist the cities of Rethymnon and Herakleion on the northern coast of the island are top attractions in their own right with the beaches surrounding Rethymnon being a great place to witness the hatching of baby Loggerhead Turtles. The Leoniki Residence in Rethymnon and the RCI Gold Crown resort of The Village Holiday Club are amongst some of our most requested timeshare resorts in Greece.
Part of the Ionian Islands, Corfu is one of Greece’s larger islands that, together with a beautiful coastline, has a lush, green appearance thanks in part to a little more rainfall in the winter months. Visitors here can enjoy such sites as the Byzantine castle of Angelokastro, the Bay of Agios Georgios and the UNESCO World Heritage site of Corfu City. Here, it is the well-positioned resort of Aeolos Beach Club on the east coast of the island which attracts the most attention from on the resale market.
The largest of the Dodecanese Islands and most easterly region of Greece, Rhodes is home to sights such as the Acropolis of Rhodes and the town of Lindos whilst the UNESCO World Heritage city of Rhodes houses the Palace of the Grand Master, a relatively young building by Grecian standards having been built during the 14th century. If visiting in August then head for the Valley Of The Butterflies which should be filled with swarms of butterflies as they take to the skies during their mating season! The RCI Gold Crown resort of the Sun Beach Holiday Club is one of just a few resorts on the island.
Another of the Dodecanese Islands in the Aegean Sea, Kos sits well over 200 miles from Athens whilst is less than 5 miles from Bodrum and the Coast of Turkey. The 5 star luxury accommodation of the Kos Imperial offers some of the highest quality accommodation on the island and receives exceedingly good feedback from guests.
Sitting north of Athens and part of the group of islands known as the Sporades, Skiathos boasts well over 50 beaches despite its tiny size with Lalaria Beach being one of the most popular. Not surprisingly, there are some great watersports and coastal trips to take part and the open air cinema is a great way to enjoy an evening.