The Greek peninsula , at southeast of Europe, with an area of 131,944 square kilometers, consists of the mainland Greece (Attika, Peloponnese, Central Greece, Thessaly, Epirus, Macedonia, Thrace) and the Aegean and Ionian Islands. Geographically, the Greek peninsula is part of Europe, because it is the extreme south tip of the Balkan Peninsula. The small group of Ionian islands, in the Ionian Sea, marks the western boundary of Greece. On the contrary, there are several islands in the Aegean Sea, which in some places form groups of islands, such as the northern and eastern Aegean islands, the Sporades, the Cyclades and the Dodecanese, while other isolated islands are to the South, such as the Crete island. The unique natural changes, the alternations of the landscape, the exceptional climate, the important archaeological sites and monuments of every kind, the highly developed resorts near the picturesque villages by traditional colors, and overall, the lifestyle and hospitality of the inhabitants, all make Greece really singular and unique. The natural beauties of the mainland as well as of the island regions are exclusive creations of nature. The monuments of classical antiquity attract tourists from all around the world; the archaeological excavations still continue to bring to light the splendid Hellenic past.
Meteo in Greece
August is the hottest month in Greece with an average temperature of 29°C (84°F) and the coldest month is January a 10°C (50°F). The month with the warmest sea is August when the average sea temperature is 25°C (45°F).
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