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Our philosophy strengthens interpersonal relationships and aims to provide services that are carried out with absolute security.

Our goal is to offer innovative services in collaboration with the support of local agents, transforming your trip into a real experience.




Wave Travel is a relatively young tourism agency based in Paralia Katerini, specialized in incoming travel services in Greece. It has been operating since 2014, with a network of collaborators within the country and abroad.

Besides a wide variety of accommodation units, hotels and apartments, that we offer, we also provide other services to our customers, many excursions in the northern part of Greece, the possibility to rent a car for customers who arrive by bus or a plane and transfers all over the country.


80% of Greece is made up of mountains when you picture Greece, you might think of the whitewashed buildings and blue domed churches of the cities on the Mediterranean, but the majority of Greece is actually mountains.

Greece is one of the most mountainous countries in Europe. 
Greece is primarily a mountainous country with more than 300 larger or smaller mountains. The most significant mountain range is Pindus, which forms the “backbone” of Mainland Greece. This mountain chain extends down the Peloponnese and Crete. The highest mountain in the country is Mount Olympus, in Macedonia -known from Greek mythology as the home of the Gods- (Mytikas peak 2,917 m), while about 40 mountain ranges throughout the country exceed 2,000m height.  

The Greek mountains have a rich diversity. Some forests are among the oldest natural wooded lands in Europe. Due to the unsurpassable rich flora and fauna, many are protected as National Parks. Last but not least, there is aplenty of mountain activities that you can enjoy either in winter, summer, spring or fall.


Greece’s national parks  
National parks were established in Greece as long ago 1938 to protect places with special ecological, biological, geological and aesthetic value. Any activity that could endanger the ecosystem is strictly prohibited in each park while there is a zone around the perimeter where limited and controlled facilities, such as camping sites, logging, parking lots or breeding game are permitted. Currently, there are 10 national parks in Greece: Olympus, Parnitha, Parnassus, Enos on Kefalonia, Sounion, Oiti, Samaria, Valia Kalda, Prespes and Vikos-Aoos. You’ll be spellbound by their wild beauty.

Popular mountains in Greece
1.    Olympus: The highest mountain in Greece. There’s a reason it was thought by the ancients to be the home of the gods and Zeus’s throne. A grand mountain rich in flora and fauna, its highest peak Mytikas at 2,917m can be reached with a six to seven-hour hike, which you will find unforgettable.
The great archaeological park of Dion is in the foothills of the mountain.

2.    Parnassus: The Park encompasses the famous sanctuary of Apollo, the archaeological site of Delphi, as well as the popular mountain resort town of Arahova, which has excellent hotels and services for the skiers who head towards the ski centre on the mountain.  

3.   Taygetos: The tallest peak in the Peloponnese, looking down on Sparta and Kalamata on either side, is Profitis Ilias at 2,404m. The mountain’s nickname is Pentadaktylos (five fingers), due to its resemblance to a closed human hand. Dozens of kilometres of marked trails await you.

4. Pelion: This mountain is known as the kingdom of the half-human, half-horse centaurs in mythology. Pelion’s famous green slopes rise out of the sea.  
It is known for its fertility, running water, vast network of paths and scores of stone villages whose architecture and vigour attract visitors from around the world.


The islands are the main characteristic of Greece’s morphology and an integral part of the country’s culture across the ages.   

Cyclades, Dodecanese, Ionian islands, Crete, North Aegean islands, Sporades, and the islands of the Saronic Gulf: Cosmopolitan or secluded, with beautiful beaches and lush mountains, Greece’s islands promise you a dreamy holiday.      

The country includes 6,000 islands and islets scattered in the Greek Seas, of which only 227 islands are inhabited.


The Greek coastline offers a diverse landscape: beaches stretching over many kilometers, sheltered bays and coves, sandy beaches, sand-dunes, pebble beaches, wetlands and deltas, caves formed by seawater and dark-colored sand in volcanic areas.

Explore the beautiful Greek islands!


Pieria is one of the regional units of Greece located in the southern part of the Region of Central Macedonia, within the historical province of Macedonia. 

Its capital is the town of Katerini. The name Pieria originates from the ancient Pieres tribe.

In Pieria, there are many sites of archeological interest, such as Dion, Pydna, Leivithra and Platamonas.

This area is very connected to mythology: Pieria is home to Mt. Pierus from which Hermes takes flight in order to visit Calypso, home to Orpheus and the Muses, as well as the Pierian Spring.

Mt. Olympus, the highest mountain in Greece and throne of the ancient Greek gods, is located in the southern part of Pieria.

Other ancient cities included Leibethra and Pimpleia.

Our accommodation units are in Paralia Katerini, Olympic Beach and other resorts and villages of the area, like Korinos, Nei Pori, Platamonas, Leptokarya, Plaka Lithochorou, etc.


“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”
― Augustine of Hippo