Purely focused on the sustainable side of life, the interest for the enhancement of the geographical character of a destination, including its environment, culture, aesthetics, heritage, and the well being of its residents, constantly grows. Being the bridge between culture and nature, geotourism is based on the power of authenticity experienced through the contact with the natural heritage of the Greek land. Are you eager to live the authentic experience based on unique biodiversity and exceptional natural wealth accompanied from culture and traditions? Greece constitutes one of the most significant cultural and environmental reserves of earth with unique geological monuments. Either caves, gorges and mines, or petrified forests, volcanoes and strange geological formations, the geotourism destinations in Greece have enormous aesthetic and scientific values. In fact, Greek territories have been integrated in the UNESCO Global Network of Geoparks including the Petrified Forest of Lesvos, the Natural Park of Psiloritis in Crete and the Helmos and Vouraikos Geoparks in Peloponnese. Some of the most interesting geological monuments include the Petrified Forest of Lesvos Island, the Gorge of Samaria in Crete, the gorge of Vikos in Epirus, the cave of Alistrati in Macedonia, the lakes of Deros in Peloponnese, the waterfalls of Edessa in Macedonia, the rocky formations of Meteora in Kalabaka, the volcanoes of Nisyros and Santorini, the mineral wealth of Milos Island and the geological outline of Tilos Island.