Greece Singles Holidays & Solo Tours

Escorted holidays to Greece designed exclusively for solo travellers

Singles Holidays & Solo Tours to Greece

Greece Escorted Tours for Solo Travellers

Made up of thousands of islands throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas, as well as its iconic mainland, Greece is both intriguing and irresistible. Thought to be the cradle of Western civilisation, its ancient influence is staggering and can still be felt even to this day. A muse-like quality surrounds Greece – both natural and man-made aspects of the country. Wherever you go, you’ll find a land steeped in history and heritage, as well as beautiful beaches, peaceful coves and gleaming streets. From its impressive architecture to its vibrant culture, Greece has a charm that’s difficult to beat. For a solo travel experience like no other, Greece is definitely your best bet.

With Just You, all aspects of the rugged mainland and beautiful islands of Greece are yours to discover and enjoy to the full. On singles tours of Greece, you may wish to get acquainted with both the ancient and modern sides of Crete – the country’s largest island – or perhaps soak up the sun whilst exploring Santorini or Rhodes as part of your Greek Islands cruise. After all, it’s a vast, versatile destination; the options are pretty much limitless. Wherever you do in Greece, one thing’s for sure: You’re in for a great time. Experience all Greece has to offer on handcrafted solo tours with like-minded single explorers, all with Just You!

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Featured Greece Solo Escorted Tour Holidays

  1. Just Landed

    Ancient Athens & Greek Islands Cruise

    Experience a holiday of contrasts, with a combined city break in the Ancient City of Athens where history comes alive, and then voyage into the iconic Aegean Sea to delve into the charm of Greek Island culture and hospitality. A perfect way to combine a country famous for its land and sea.

    • Return flights
    • 3 nights in a 4 star hotel and 4 nights on board the cruise ship Celestyal Discovery
    • 16 meals included

    8 days from
    was £2,349
  2. Monastiraki in Athens

    Athens, Olympia and the Corinth Coast

    This tour begins in Greece’s capital, Athens, and moves on to Olympia and ancient Delphi for a fascinating glimpse into the past.

    • Return flights
    • 7 nights in 3 & 4-star hotels and 11 meals
    • 10 included meals: 7 breakfasts and 3 dinners

    8 days from
    was £2,149
  3. Walking in Crete

    Walking in Crete

    Enveloped in the myths and legends of Greek gods, explore Crete, an island paradise, on our tour led by expert Local Guides.

    • Return flights
    • 7 nights in a 4-star hotel
    • 16 meals included - 7 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 7 dinners

    8 days from
    was £2,249

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Frequently Asked Questions about Guided Holidays for Single Travellers in Greece

What are the best tours in Greece for solo travellers?

Greece has such an array of delights for travellers - there is something for everyone in this beautiful country - which is probably why it's so popular with the solo traveller. If you want to learn more about it's historical roots, then Athens Olympia and the Corinth Coast is the tour for you. If you prefer the calm, the romance and the beauty of the islands - try our Greek Islands Cruise tour. Or if a Walking holiday is for you - there can be few more picturesque places to roam than Walking in Crete


What is the climate in Greece?

Greece has a warm Mediterranean climate. We recommend checking the weather forecast a few days before you travel.

In summer, dry hot days are often relieved by stiff evening breezes, especially in the north, on the islands and in coastal areas. Athens can be stiflingly hot, with temperatures occasionally exceeding 40C in July, so visitors should allow time to acclimatise - the evenings are generally cooler, but can remain very hot during heat waves.

If you are planning to visit the beach, the sea is warm enough to swim from June through September, and hardier types will also manage in May and October. 

What is the food and drink like in Greece?

Eating out is national pastime in Greece.

Greek food tends to be very simple, rarely involving sauces but with full use of local seasonal produce, olive oil and charcoal grills – just as people have been eating in outlying villages for many centuries. However, Athens and some of the more fashionable islands such as Santorini and Mykonos have seen the arrival of fusion cuisine and so-called modern taverna fare (involving lighter dishes with more subtle flavours and artistic presentation).


  • Dolmades (stuffed vine leaves).
  • Gemista (tomatoes, peppers and courgettes, stuffed with rice and oven-baked).
  • Gigantes (big butter beans baked in a rich tomato sauce with olive oil).
  • Moussaka (aubergine casserole with minced lamb, cinnamon, red wine and olive oil).
  • Calamari (deep-fried rings of squid) or htapodia (octopus).
  • Souvlaki (spit-roasted meat, generally pork or chicken).
  • Stifado (a rich beef stew with caramelised onions, cinnamon and cloves).
  • Kokkinisto (a rich stew of either beef, pork or chicken cooked with red wine and tomatoes).
  • Horiatiki (Greek salad: feta cheese, tomato, cucumber, green peppers, black Kalamata olives and fresh olive oil).

Regional Drinks

  • Krasi (wine - lefko is white, kokkino is red).
  • Retsina (wine made with pine-needle resin).
  • Ouzo (an aniseed-based clear spirit to which water is added).
  • Raki (a sharp and fiery spirit made from distilled grapes, like the Italian Grappa).
  • Metaxa (a Greek spirit, similar to brandy).
  • Greek coffee (thick and strong, and sugared according to taste).
  • Frappe (frothy iced coffee made from Nescafe and drunk through a straw).