Private tours from ports of Greece.
Shore excursions offered by the cruise ships can be expensive - or they can book up before you make your reservation, especially if you wait until embarking to try and schedule them. Here are some options you can book yourself at the most popular ports in Greece.
Rhodes is a year-round Greek island destination just a few miles off the shore of southern Turkey. The city of Rhodes was the location of one of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World, the Colossus of Rhodes, a massive statue that is said to have straddled the entrance to the harbor...Read more
Katakolon's proximity to Ancient Olympia, site of the ancient Olympic Games, makes it a very popular cruise stop. Before the 2004 Games in Athens, two museums were opened adjacent to the ruins - the Olympia Archaeological Museum and the Olympic Games Museum, making the area even more appealing...Read more
Mykonos is the second most popular tourist destination in the Cycladic Islands after Santorini and has its own unique appeal. The town of Mykonos is one of the Cyclades' most scenic with its iconic windmills and the Little Venice area where whitewashed houses hang over the sea and sport colorful balconies...Read more
If you book one of your Greece Shore Excursion with Celsus Travel, You can make a FREE RESERVATION to our Ephesus Shared Tour.
This Ephesus tour is one of the most popular tours from Kusadasi port, and best way for a real experience about the Ephesus/Kusadasi area.
Reviewed August 14, 2016
The first thing that attracted me to Celsus Travel was Ezgi’s communications. She promptly and appropriately responded to all our emails and arranged a superb experience for our four days in Athens. The guide and driver picked us up at the pier (Star Clipper) at 8AM on Saturday morning and immediately took us to Ancient Corinth and several sites throughout the Peloponnese. Sunday was Athens including the Acropolis, formal changing of the Guard at the Unknown Soldier Memorial, and the New Acropolis Museum. Monday was an evening trip for sunset at Poseidon’s Temple in Cape Sounion. Tuesday was Delphi. During each trip, Dimitris had selected a local restaurant for dinner or lunch and we were lucky enough to have him join us for each meal. Our guide was perfectly fluent in English, exceedingly knowledgeable about all the sites and made our experience unforgettable.