I absolutely fell in love with Greece, the history, the culture, the scenery, it’s all amazing. Whether you are taking in the historic sites around Athens, island hopping in the Cyclades, or getting off the beaten path in the north, you are sure to enjoy your time there. One of the best parts of Greece is the Mediterranean climate, meaning it’s pretty nice year round, warm in the summer and mild in the winter. This makes packing super easy, with warm weather you don’t have to worry about bulky coats or anything.
See the best spots in Athens!
Packing for Greece
This packing list would work for a trip in spring, summer, or fall. I like pieces that are versatile, so that I can pair any top with any bottom I bring, that also mean I don’t have to pack a ton of things keeping my bag light.
I feel like Greece is such a fun, happy country that bright colors are a must. I’m really digging the corals and yellows right now.
Check out the view at this amazing winery in Santorini!
If you’ve been following along for a bit now, you’ll notices I have a few staples that I always pack, especially for warm weather. Always gotta bring a swimsuit, even if you aren’t on the water, you never know if there’ll be a pool or hot tub to jump in! My favorite pair of 501 jean shorts are so comfy, and easy to throw on to head down to the beach, and I can’t forget that floppy hat, it’s so nice to have a little shade from the sun, and your skin with certainly thank you.
1.White Tee // 2. Striped Tee // 3. Coral Camisole // 4. Off The Shoulder Shirt // 5. Red Dress // 6. Jersey Dress // 7. Patterned Dress // 8. White Jeans // 9. Maxi Skirt // 10. Jean Shorts // 11. Two Piece Swimsuit (similar) // 12. One Piece Swimsuit // 13. Floppy Hat // 14. Sunglasses // 15. Huarache Sandals // 16. Ikat Sandals (similar) // 17. Tennies
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