Fitness Holiday in Greece

Fitness Holidays in Greece

There’s no experience as transformational as a fitness holiday in Greece. I plan to host another one this year, and I’m already getting excited for this next active travel adventure. These trips are unlike any other, as they combine physical culture with traditional culture, in the land of beauty and the gods: Greece.

So if you’ve ever wanted to experience the “real” Greece on an active vacation, click on the link above for all the details.

Fitness, Greek dance, festivals, hiking, cooking — we do it all — in authentic, rural village surroundings.

The destination for 2015 is an area of northwestern Greece called Epirus. It’s filled with traditional mountain villages, stunning views, deep gorges and a huge variety of flora and fauna. We’ll be there during festival season, so there will be lots of opportunity for traditional music and celebrations!

This isn’t a bootcamp. The goal is to provide a transformational experience, where I’ll share some of my lifestyle philosophy as we become stronger, leaner and take on a few challenges along the way. We’ll stay active by hiking and completing morning workouts — all of which can be scaled for any fitness level.

It’s my goal to give you strategies to help you stay mobile, strong and healthy throughout life. And I plan to show you a side of traditional Greece that remains hidden from 95% of the tourists that visit the country each year.

The culture of Epirus in northwestern Greece is incredibly rich. I’ve travelled there many times to hike its mountain paths and villages, and I’m in love with its unique traditions, incredible cuisine and hospitable people.

You have to experience Greece this way for yourself.

Here’s the thing: The next trip is scheduled for July 18, 2015 (11 days, 10 nights). But the trip will book fast and registrations have to be secured now.

You’ll also save $200 (the price goes up soon)…

See the full itinerary at the link above, as well as pricing, dates and registration info.

See you in Greece!



PS: Don’t just click on the link — get your registration and deposit in as well. This trip will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and our group size will be small — so spaces are limited.

PPS: If you have any questions or need more info, feel free to drop me a line.



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January 25, 2015 2 Comments

2 thoughts on “Fitness Holiday in Greece

  1. Hi Greg.

    I just wanted to know when you’ll be heading back for a trip to Ikaria. I’d also like to know what the prices are for a trip. Have the prices gone down because of the financial situation over there?

    Thank you.


    1. Hi Brian,

      Prices have gone down somewhat with regards to flights and in some of the larger tourist destinations. But in the villages – it’s business as usual. Local food from the garden, wine from the barrel, etc. – there aren’t margins to begin with.

      The next trip will be in June of 2016. I’m working on a detailed itinerary with dates now, and prices will be announced when we’ve got things finalized. The last trip was around $2800Cdn, which might give you an idea. 10 days, inclusive of accommodations, most meals, domestic transport, etc. We started and ended in Athens.

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