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Olympic Holidays introduces new hotel openings and group tours

Olympic Holidays has launched their first guided group product and a handful of hotel openings for 2020 in Greece and Spain, including Ikos Andalusia, MarBella Elix and Domes Zeen Chania.

Olympic’s new guided group tours cover Athens, Olympia & Delphi and guests travelling with the company can now choose between two-, four-night tours and a slightly longer seven-night tour where they will be immersed in and learn all about Ancient Greece, accompanied by an expert guide. 

On the launch of the guided group tours, Michael Vinales, MD of Olympic Holidays, said: “Athens, over the last year has become a hugely popular destination for Olympic. Guests aren’t always looking to fly and flop, they want to see, explore, learn and discover and Athens, with the beach, city, extensive history and mountains combine to make for the ideal location. It was a natural progression for us, and we hope to expand into other destinations in the near future”.

One example of Olympic Holidays' new holiday is the ‘Celebration of Ancient Greece’.

Guests will visit the ancient sites of Athens including the Acropolis, the sanctuary of Olympian Zeus, explore Olympia and experience Delphi and Meteora before enjoying a full day’s Saronic Gulf Islands cruise. The seven nights Athens, Olympia & Delphi tour is priced from £1,199 per person. 


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