Two of my reviews, both for timeshares in Crete, are included here:Hello
Trying to visit next summer. Has anyone stayed in the Greece timeshares Interval has? Any other suggestions you might have?
Agree... very few in cities and can be out far away... I haven't experienced being only with a few units tho..mine have all been resorts catering to TS.Have you checked the TUG reviews? I'd suspect they are little used by U.S. travelers. Generally, European TSs are out in the countryside, which stands to reason- European people live in cities and want to vacation (holiday) away from cities. Absent reviews, carefully read the information posted by the resorts. We've exchanged into RCI listed resorts in Spain, Portugal, and found them 'different', from US TSs. often just a few units in a residential apartment building. Metered electric use. Scanty wi-fi. OTOH, some had local wine for 1 Euro a bottle (who needs water?) and great access to local markets. They make you part of the community, not just a visitor seeing the museum.