Key Takeaways

  • Bachelorette parties in Greece are an affordable and popular option for wedding parties from around the world.
  • Athens, Santorini, and Mykonos are some of the top choices in Greece for bachelorette parties.
  • You can dance the night away with excellent nightlife or sample delicious food and wine.
  • Daytime activities include relaxing on the beaches and spas, exploring cities and historical sites, or taking a sailing trip.

The last single days of your life are meant to be remarkable. They are meant to properly farewell your single lifestyle and be the ultimate introduction to your new married life.

But have you ever thought about Greece for your bachelor or bachelorette party?

Choosing Greece as your bachelor/bachelorette destination alone will make all of the above happen. However, like all parties, it can take some organizing and finessing.

For that reason, our luxury travel planners have provided ideas for your bachelor or bachelorette party in Greece.

Creating a budget for your bachelor/ bachelorette party in Greece


It’s the last thing you want to think about, and yet, unfortunately, the most important one: your budget. Setting a budget for your bachelor or bachelorette party in Greece is essential. It will determine your destination, your accommodation, and your entertainment. It will determine pretty much everything you will do, visit, see, drink and eat.

Thankfully, Greece is one of the more affordable countries to visit. That, however, can change depending on where exactly you want to celebrate. Suppose you choose an offbeat destination such as Mani in the Peloponnese or the island of Amorgos, for example. In that case, your Greece bachelor or bachelorette party will cost you significantly less than if you choose a luxury Greek vacation in Mykonos or Santorini.

We highly suggest you save up as much money as you can and go all out on your bachelor/bachelorette party. The party may have a price, but the experiences and moments you will share with your closest friends are invaluable.

Read also: Greece Transporation on Your Honeymoon and How Much Does a Greece Honeymoon Cost? |  Budget Guide

Best Places For a Bachelor/ Bachelorette Party in Greece

Amorgos – credits: Kite_rin/

The country that never sleeps is a haven for pre-wedding celebrations worldwide. There is a wide variety of places that coils serve as excellent hosts for your party. And this stands true whether it’s on the mainland or the famous Greek islands.

To choose the best place for your bachelor/ bachelorette party in Greece, first, you have to consider a couple of factors. You need to decide when you’re going to visit, the amount of money you’re willing to spend, and last but not least, the type of party you’re after.

If you have your bachelor or bachelorette party in Greece during winter, then the mainland and the Greek countryside are the way to go. If, on the other side, you choose the path most visitors of the country do, and you want to have your bachelor’s in Greece during summer, the Greek islands are an absolute must. But, of course, one cannot forget Athens, the Greek capital that is the most fun travel destination all year round.

Budget-friendly options for a bachelor/ bachelorette party in Greece

At the same time, if your budget is restricted, you need to go for the more alternative and offbeat regions of Greece that don’t get flooded by tourists. Islands such as Sifnos, Syros, Sikinos, Skiathos, Amorgos, Anafi, and many more you’ve probably never heard about before are the ones you want to look for.

They are coincidentally the best Greek islands for couples too. Although they may not be as popular, they are as gorgeous if not more, and they will enchant you. 

If you want your bachelor or bachelorette party in Greece to be a wild ride, the party islands of Greece are waiting for you to discover them. Whether you choose cosmopolitan Mykonos, impressive Santorini, Paros, Naxos, or Ios, chances are you’ll have a full 8-hour sleep only when you return home.

Of course, you can have the most laid-back bachelor the world has ever seen, even if you visit Mykonos. All we’re saying is that in the famous islands above, you will have the choice to party as you’ve never had a hangover before.

Picking the dates for you Greek bachelor/ bachelorette

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Woman taking a photo of Athens – credits: Kirill Skorobogatko/

Deciding when you want your bachelor/bachelorette party in Greece to take place is also an essential element of your bachelor’s trip. Contrary to popular belief, Greece is an excellent travel destination all year round. So whether you visit it during autumn, winter, spring, or summer, you won’t be let down.

Of course, you need to keep in mind that Greece’s weather is intense during the summer months. The heat can be overwhelming for most, and tourists flood the country. If you don’t mind the high temperatures and high season popularity, though, the months of June, July, and August are the ones for you.

Most travelers choose those times to visit Greece and experience an authentic Greek summer, and there is nothing wrong with being one of them.

However, from a local’s point of view, the best time to organize your bachelor/bachelorette party in Greece is late spring or early autumn. From late April to early October is ideal. You can catch the country in full bloom, enjoy its warm weather, and avoid the massive tourist swarms during that time. Not to mention that all destinations and accommodation choices will be significantly less pricey during the off-season months.

Travel, Hotel, and Transfer Assistance in Greece

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You can gather all the information you can, but nothing will come close to the advice the locals can give you. For that reason, and because you should rid your bachelor party of the stress and anxiety the planning can bring, you should consider trusting the hands of the experts for your bachelor or bachelorette party in Greece.

Eros & Psyche can carefully design itineraries just for you, offer you fun activities to enjoy with your loved ones, and present you with a wide variety of luxury hotels you can choose for your rest. Another significant factor that can make or break your bachelor party in Greece is transportation.

You can choose to spend most of your time in the country waiting for public transport. You can also spend half of your budget on taxis. Or you can book a private transfer service and enjoy being transported from one place to another in luxury and comfort. It’s your choice!

Decorations, Props & Accessories for Your Greek Bachelor/ Bachelorette

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No successful bachelor or bachelorette party in Greece or anywhere else in the world can lack decorations, props, and accessories. These are the last hours of carefreeness and freedom, and you should celebrate them as eccentrically as your heart desires!

From the basic balloons to glitter balloons Mr and Mrs props, you can make your part fun in seconds! Visit your nearest local shop or order them online. They will make your party unforgettable, and the photos of your bachelor party are incredibly cool!

Greek Bachelor/ Bachelorette spa packages


Pampering yourself should be your no.1 priority during your bachelor/ bachelorette party in Greece. The country offers a range of party ideas with unique spa offers and spa packages for an unforgettable bachelor or bachelorette party in Greece.

An original gift for brides or groomsmen who can enjoy a beauty treatment and specialized spa treatments in some of the most specialized spas in that, undertake Spa Bachelorette Party on the theme of beauty and wellness!

Organize your spa party in one of the best spa hotels in Greece and experience a unique experience with your friends and family you won’t be able to forget!

Mykonos for a Greece bachelor/ bachelorette party

Little Venice, Mykonos – credits: Pawel Kazmierczak/

How to Get There

Airport sign board – credits: Paul Cowan/

You can easily and comfortably travel by boat from Piraeus, Rafina, and the surrounding islands to Mykonos. Tickets for Mykonos with the conventional ferry from Piraeus start at around 20€ and can reach up to 60€ by speedboat.

Mykonos has a ferry connection with the following ports: Piraeus, Rafina, Thessaloniki, Amorgos (Katapola), Andros, Chios, Heraklion (Crete), Ios, Ikaria, Kavala, Koufonisia, Lesvos (Mytilene), Lemnos, Milos, Patmos, Samos, Santorini, Syros, Tinos, Folegandros, Fourni.

The journey from Piraeus to Mykonos takes 5 hours by conventional boat, while by speedboat it takes about 3 hours. The trip from Rafina to Mykonos takes 5 hours by conventional boat and 2 hours and 50 minutes by speedboat.

If you plan to travel during June, July, and August, it would be best to book your tickets several days, weeks, or even months in advance to avoid any unfortunate surprises.

Read on: Greece Transportation: Your Ticket to Seamless Travel [2024]

When to Go

Mykonos – credits: Aetherial Images/

Winter is out of the question since we’re talking about a Greek island. If you don’t mind overcrowded beaches and packed streets, then the high-season months of June, July, and August will offer you the opportunity to experience the island at its peak. The bachelor/bachelorette parties are infamous for being crazy at times, and Mykonos will ensure the rumor is true.

Of course, you can choose the more alternative route of visiting Mykonos during spring and early autumn to experience a different, much quieter, and more original side of the island.

You may not get to experience the extravagant parties that last all day and night long, but you will get to see the true beauty of Mykonos and its stunning beaches away from the curious eyes of the tourists.

Items to Pack

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Less is more. You have to resist your desire to pack all your belongings and stick to only what’s necessary. We highly advise you to pack your lightest clothes made from the most breathable materials, as the heat during the day can get pretty intense.

However, you should not forget to bring with you a light jacket for the chilly summer nights; Mykonos is not known as the ‘island of the winds’ for no reason. Another thing you should be aware of is that the cobblestone streets of Mykonos are made for comfortable flats and loath high heels.

Other than that, all you need is plenty of sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, a camera, and a good mood.

Read also: Packing List for a Greece Honeymoon | A Handy Traveler’s Guide

Getting Around Mykonos

Elia beach, Mykonos – cedits: saiko3p/

You can rent a vehicle if you want to transport yourself around Mykonos. Since Mykonos is considered a small island, it is easy to get around. The most extended distances that one can travel in Mykonos do not exceed 30 minutes, even if the road is not asphalt.

Of course, in the summer and especially in July and August, you will encounter a lot of traffic on the roads, which will change the duration of your travels.

Alternatively, the most costly option would be to take taxis, while the most inexpensive would be public transport. In addition to being the most affordable means of transportation, however, it is also the most troublesome and inconvenient. It will also cost you a lot of precious time.

The best way to get around Mykonos is, in our opinion, the private transportation services you can find on the island that will rid you of the stress and effort of figuring your way around the island.

Things to Do

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Mykonos’ windmills – credits: No Tracers/

We promise that in Mykonos, you’ll never run out of things to do and see. If you have to see only one landmark of the island, let it be Paraportiani. It is a complex of five churches, named after its location between the sea and the side door of the castle.

An iconic key point of Mykonos is also its famous Windmills, which are located right next to the water, overlooking the sea. So take out your camera or cell phone and take some of the most magical photos you’ve ever seen. 

You can also indulge in some Cycladic shopping by walking down the famous Matogianni Street. Mykonos is an island full of expensive boutiques, where you can find all the international luxury brands, such as Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga, Hermes, and Chanel, to name a few.

These are just a few examples of the plenty of things to do regardless of the time of day. Ask the locals and trust your intuition. You’ll see that Mykonos has a world of treasures waiting to be discovered.

Where to Eat

Greek food – credits: Veniamakis Stefanos/

In the gastronomic map of Mykonos, there is a grand arrival every year, which renews the interest of foodies worldwide and maintains the island’s reputation at high levels. You can taste incredible Greek and international cuisine creations in ‘Alegro,’ ‘Alemagou,’ ‘Bakalo,’ ‘Baos,’ and ‘Vaggelis.’

What’s more, ‘Nicholasin Agia Anna is a great traditional Greek island tavern. The fish there is divine fresh, and the fish appetizers are the same at average prices. However, the tavern is also famous for the Mykonian pies, which keep alive the Mykonian tradition.

Last but not least, you can taste Japanese cuisine at ‘Matsuhisa’ and ‘Ling Ling.’

The Best Beaches

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Each of the romantic beaches in Mykonos has its beauty, happenings, and passionate audience. Some of our favorite organized beaches on the island are Elia, Lia, Kalafati, Agia Anna, Kalo Livadi, Psarrou, Paradise, and Super Paradise

However, the cosmopolitan island also boasts incredible, serene, disorganized beaches. For example, next to Ai Giannis -a very nicely organized beach with a windless landscape- hides the enchanting, deep blue Kappari beach.

At the same time, Agios Sostis is the official favorite beach of the locals and the old visitors of Mykonos. It is the most remarkable and most alternative place for swimming- as long as it doesn’t get too windy. Wherever you go, you will swim in amazing, crystal-clear waters; swimming in Mykonos never disappoints.

Read also: The Best Spots for Snorkeling in Greece

Daytime Activity Ideas

Delos ancient ruins -credits: Dimitris Panas/

Many daytime activities can spice up your stay in Mykonos during your bachelor/bachelorette party. However, suppose you want to feel like a Hollywood star. In that case, a sailing trip across the coastline of Mykonos and the neighboring islands of Rhenia and Delos is an experience you’ll never forget.

Delos is one of the most significant ancient places of worship, and UNESCO protects it. To get introduced to the local cuisine of Mykonos, you can join a hands-on cooking lesson with your friends and have the time of your life while tasting incredible Greek treats made from your hands.

Of course, you can also join tours around all the sights of Mykonos that will help you visit its highlights with the help of locals and minimal effort. However, even if you choose to just relax by the beach, that’s fine too; it’s your party after all, and you should do what makes you happy.

Nightlife activity ideas

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Mykonos is one of the best islands to party on in Greece. For a drink in Chora, you can go to ‘Rapsonti’ if you like Greek music or ‘Katerina’s’ if you like foreign music. And if you find a table outside on the ‘Balcony,’ you’ll be in a position where you’ll be able almost to touch the sea.

What’s more, wherever you choose to sit in Matogianni Street, you will have a wonderful time, as the famous alley is the top observatory on the island. However, the lucky ones secure a table in ‘Aroma’ since it holds the most strategic position. So start here with coffee or a drink while the night is still young.

There are also perfect terraces to drink creative cocktails and immortalize your own Greece sunset. The area of ​​Scarpa is a different example of Mykonian architecture, so unique that it resembles a Cycladic miniature of Venice. Captains’ mansions once dominated the scenery. While sunbathing in the sea, drink or eat delicious and organic at ‘Nice & Easy.’

In ‘Notorious’ in Agia Kyriaki and ‘Astra,’ the whole island lounges until dawn. If the party animal wakes up inside you, there is an excellent arena to defile it, which of course is none other than the world-famous ‘Cavo Paradiso.’ The biggest DJs on the planet have admired the sunrise before returning to the decks, from where they make the unrepentant clubbers dance until they drop.

Santorini for a Greece bachelor/ bachelorette party

Santorini – credits: turtix/

The island of Santorini is connected by air with Athens, Thessaloniki, Crete, and the rest of the Aegean islands, with flights throughout the year. During the summer, flights increase to serve the increased tourist needs, while direct flights from cities abroad are also available.

The island also has an excellent ferry connection. There are daily itineraries with ships and speedboats that connect the volcanic island with Piraeus, Rafina, the other islands of the Cyclades, and Crete.

The journey takes 8.30 hours by conventional ferry and 6 hours by speedboat from the port of Piraeus. The journey from Heraklion takes about 5 hours, but if you take the catamaran (flying cat), you will do less than 2 hours.

In Santorini, there are two ports, one in the capital, Thira, and one in the port of Athinios. The main port is Athinios, which serves the largest number of tourists. The seaport of Thira offers mainly itineraries for nearby Greece cruises and excursions to the volcano and Thirasia.

Things to Do

Imerovigli sunset – credits: Georgios Tsichlis/

The island’s capital is where you will spend almost all your afternoons. You will get lost in its alleys. Additionally, you will buy local products. You will eat, drink and take the best photos overlooking the Aegean.

Moreover, the sunset in Oia is unmatched. Oia is the place advertised more than any other on the island. As picturesque as it can be, but with thousands of tourists, who applaud ecstatically every time the sun goes down.

Appreciate the moment and maybe take a couple of photos; only a couple, though the pictures will not translate the feeling you will experience in person.

Where to eat

Traditional Greek ‘meze’ – credits: Veniamakis Stefanos/

Santorini is famous for its traditional dishes. You should try fava beans, tomato meatballs, which the locals are proud of, and their local salad with plenty of capers.

You will find everything from very high-end restaurants to small family-run, traditional taverns on the island. Therefore, you can choose one according to your budget. An excellent choice for tasty traditional dishes is ‘Spilia you Nikola’ in Akrotiri and ‘Anogi’ in Imerovigli. If you want a ‘souvlaki’ on the go, ‘Lucky’ in Fira will serve you the best one on the island.

Don’t forget to stop for ice cream at Solo Gelato. A summer trip on a Greek island without ice cream is unheard of. For this reason, you should try some of the dozens of flavors that this store in Fira has. It’s refreshing, delicious, and the perfect pick-me-up.

The Best Beaches

Perissa beach, Santorini – credits:

Unlike most Greek islands, in Santorini, you won’t swim in turquoise waters and walk by the vast sandy coast. However, on this unique island, your swimming endeavors will be memorable and will have some of the magic of the volcano. The primary color shades of the beaches of Santorini are three: black, white, and red!

On most of the island’s beaches, you will find black volcanic sand. Perissa, Perivolos, Kamari, Monolithos are all incredible and quite similar. The first two are the most famous on the island, with Perivolos being a hangout for young people.

There you will find many beach bars, sunbeds, music, and parties from morning until night. On the contrary, Kamari and Monolithos are much quieter, and there you will see mostly families with children.

Moreover, Red Beach is breathtaking. It boasts an imposing setting of a huge red rock and orange sand full of sunbeds. It is worth visiting at least once. The White Beach is more reminiscent of the beach of Sarakiniko in Milos due to its lunar landscape. It is accessible only by sea and is considered one of the most beautiful places on the island.

Read on: Discover the Most Romantic Santorini Beaches for Couples

Daytime Activity Ideas

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As with all the Greek islands, sailing across the island’s magnificent coast is one of the best ways to spend your day. That way, you will be treated like a star.

However, if you want to do something different from the usual, you can book a tour of the island of Nea Kameni opposite and see up close the crater of the volcano that once destroyed the island’s culture.

For those who have the energy, the walking route along the Caldera, which connects the villages of Fira, Imerovigli, and Oia, is highly recommended. You will need about three hours for the nine kilometers of this breathtaking route, but it is more than worth it.

For lovers of the underwater and diving enthusiasts, a visit to Tripiti and Palia Kameni is mandatory near the wreck of Taxiarchis. At the same time, near Akrotiri, you can dive on the reef of Adiavati. Finally, Mesa Pigadia is suitable for cave explorations.

Nightlife activity ideas

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From the moment the sun sets, the island acquires another look, a little more playful and fun. So, in Fira, where the heart of Santorini beats, you will go out for the night and bid your single life goodbye with your group of friends. ‘Tango Bar’ is ideal for a cocktail overlooking the Aegean Sea. Then, you will relax on its sun loungers and listen to the most incredible foreign lounge music.

If you still want to dance around, then all you have to do is go to ‘Koo Club’ or ‘Enigma’ for even more fun. If you’re a rocker, don’t worry, Santorini’s got you! You can visit the historic pub ‘Two Brothers’ and drink to the sounds of your favorite songs.

For a more sophisticated night, you can treat yourself and your friends to wine-tasting in one of Santorini’s vineyards. Santorini is famous for its vast and high-quality wine production, and nothing stops you from experiencing it yourself.

Athens for a Greece bachelor/ bachelorette party

Athens’ street overlooking Hadrian’s Arch – credits: Viacheslav Lopatin/

How to Get There

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The Greek capital has one of the most modern and luxurious airports in Europe. You can reach Athens by landing at Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport. The airport is located 30 km from the center of Athens. You can reach it directly by taking the Metro with direction to Nikaia, the Proastiakos with direction to Piraeus, or the Bus Line X95.

Alternatively, you can take the Suburban Railway to ‘Doukistis Placentias’ station and from there the line 3 of the Metro to the center.

If you want to reach the port of Piraeus from the Airport, you can take the Suburban Railway to Piraeus, or the Bus line X96. Alternatively, take the Metro line 3 to Monastiraki and the Metro line 1 to Piraeus.

Read also: Athens Honeymoon: The Ultimate Guide to the Greek Capital

When to Go

Athens Riviera – credits: Sven Hansche/

Unlike the Greek islands, Athens, the capital of Greece, is brilliant as a bachelor or bachelorette trip destination all year round. You can visit it during all the seasons of the year, and you’ll have an equally great time. It’s also a great option for a Valentine’s Day mini-break in Greece.

Athens also serves as an excellent base for one-day or multi-day trips around Greece, whether you want to visit incredible Greek mainland beaches or the nearby islands of Kea, Aegina, Agistri, Spetses, Hydra, and Poros.

Things to Do

Plaka – credits: Milan Gonda/

Athens is known worldwide as the city that never sleeps in the country that never sleeps. So, as you can understand, there is a limitless amount of things to do, see and visit, no matter how long you’re staying.

Spend your days getting culturally enlightened with a visit to the legendary Acropolis rock and the Acropolis museum. Wander around the picturesque and historic neighborhood of Plaka.

Visit the flea market in vibrant Monastiraki to buy souvenirs for the people back home. No matter how relaxed or intense you want your bachelor party days to be, Athens will satisfy all of your needs and desires.

Many people don’t know that there are charming islands near Athens. If you wanted to include a Greek island-hopping experience in your bachelor or bachelorette party, it would be easy to do this on a day trip from Athens.

Read on: Top Romantic Things to Do in Greece: Love and Adventure

Where to Eat

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Athens is a foodie’s paradise. The multicultural city is a hub of gastronomic excellence, and its hundreds of restaurants serve as a testimony to that.

You can taste delicious breakfast pastries in the cult-classic ‘Ariston’ bakery or have a traditional ‘koulouri’ in one of the street vendors that can be found scattered along the main streets of the city center.

Among the best restaurants that follow the modern trends of Greek cuisine, we highly suggest ‘Vasilena’s.’ It serves creative Greek comfort food and carries over 100 years of history. You should also try the mouthwatering dishes of ‘Kuzina,’ the emblematic restaurant on Adrianou street.

‘Ella’ Greek Deli, close to Syntagma Square, will allow you to try local products and dishes that will introduce you to the riches of Greek cuisine. Additionally, Po’Boys is one of the best restaurants in Athens with bbq food.

With notes from the American South, this eatery wins over the locals and visitors of the city, with its strong suit being its menu and flavors.

What’s more, from Athens’s traditional, family-run taverns, our top picks include ‘Telis’ and ‘Koudounaki’ in Psirri. The menu in both places is somewhat restricted, but everything you’ll order will be out of this world.

Of course, you can’t visit Athens without tasting the king of Greek street food, souvlaki. The best places to eat souvlaki are ‘Kostas’ and ‘Hoocut’ in Agias Irinis square, as well as ‘Elvis’ in Metaksourgeio and Pagkrati.

The Best Beaches

Vouliagmeni Beach – credits: Jekatarinka/

It may come as a surprise, but Athens boasts incredible beaches that often go off the radar for those who don’t know any better. Vouliagmeni Beach lies about 15 km from the center of the capital. It is a beautiful, organized beach with a bar, restaurant, cafes, and sports facilities.

Lake Vouliagmeni is a good alternative for summer swimming. It is about 12 km from the center and is a lovely location. The water is usually warm. It is equipped with umbrellas and sunbeds. It also has a cafeteria and a hydrotherapy unit.

Alimos Beach is the nearest beach, around 8 km from the capital’s center. It is located along the coastal road, and it is organized.

Asteras beach is one of the best and one of the most popular beaches in Attica. The European Union has awarded it a ‘blue flag’. It is located about 20 km from Athens and is organized.

Erotospilia Beach is situated in ​​Porto Rafti, about 30 km from Athens. It is a small bay with a sandy beach, rocks, and caves. It is not an organized beach, but there is a snack bar.

Finally, Legraina beach is located near Sounio and is about 60 km from the city center. It is trendy in the summer months. It has a sandy beach and is not organized. There are taverns nearby for food.

Of course, there are many more beaches along Athens Riviera. However, we would highly recommend these of our favorite ones for your fun swimming exploits.

Read also: Best Beaches in Mainland Greece: Sun, Sand, and Serenity

Daytime Activity Ideas

Gazing at the acropolis – credits: Aleksandar Todorovic/

Your days in Athens will be anything but dull, and we can make sure of that. You can join one of the many guided tours in the city that will take you around Athens’ highlights and help you experience them in a fun yet educational way.

You can also embark on a food tour and get to know the rich gastronomic culture that has charmed the country’s visitors from all over the world.

Although it is a big urban city, Athens also offers the opportunity to sail its coast and swim in crystal-clear waters you would be able to swim otherwise.

Visit as many of its museums and galleries as you can during the day, or spend your free time lying on a beach and getting a tan before heading for a wild night out. We are sure you’ll fall in love in Athens in no time.

Nightlife activity ideas

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If you want to know the modern capital and the habits of its inhabitants, it is necessary to be introduced to the codes of nightlife and entertainment. The range of your options is vast, and you are likely to consider your time spent a little trying to get an overall view.

So, after enjoying your coffee in a neighborhood cafe or if you are looking for something more sophisticated, in a coffee shop in Glyfada or Vouliagmeni, you can choose a bar to enjoy your drink relatively calmly. In this case, your options vary depending on your musical preferences and the general style of entertainment that expresses you. 

You can find some charming rock bars or alternative music bars in ​​Exarcheia, concerts and live of well-known bands in Gazi. In addition, you can have fun at the bouzouki, which is considered the epitome of nightlife in Greece. You will find these on Iera Odos and in some parts of the seafront boulevard.

In addition, a good choice is the traditional restaurants and taverns of Plaka and Psiri. Undoubtedly, if you have the time and mood, the nights in Athens are very promising.

Final Thoughts on Greece bachelor/ bachelorette parties

Now you’re ready to take over Greece for your bachelor/bachelorette party with ease and confidence. Finally, you have all the information you need to make your bachelor party -or even your honeymoon in Greece- a time to remember.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Which part of Greece is best for partying?

    Mykonos has luxurious nightlife and is known as the Ibiza of Greece.

    But there are different nightlife opportunities throughout Greece, from buzzing Athens to cute cocktails and dancing in Santorini.

    For the best party experience, opt to stay in an adult-only resort in Greece.

  • How far apart are Mykonos and Santorini?

    If you wanted to tick off two islands during your bachelorette, this is easily doable.

    Mykonos and Santorini are 2-4 hours apart by ferry. You could also fly in 2-3 hours, but you’ll have a 45-minute layover in Athens.

  • Does Italy or Greece have better nightlife?

    Both countries have an excellent nightlife scene. Greek nightlife caters better to tourists while Italian nightlife has more of a local, cosmopolitan atmosphere. Both are diverse countries with clubs and bars to suit everyone.


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