In Greece villas to rent can be expensive, especially in prime locations although saving on the cost of your holiday is possible. Most villa rental rates fluctuate by season, and visiting outside of the popular high season months can lower the price of your villa. In most cases, beachfront villas or those with spectacular views also command the highest prices, and it’s also worth sacrificing some amenities to save money. You may not need a lot of outside space, extra rooms or a Jacuzzi, and the villa’s square footage can affect its rental price. It also pays to shop around and compare prices; the same Greek villa may be listed on several different sites at different rates. After the price of your rental, location is probably the most important factor, and choosing from the dozens of Greek islands can be challenging, yet fun.