Yes, it does snow in Greece. Snow can fall between the months of November and April, with the northern regions receiving most of the snowfall.
While Greece is known as a tropical destination full of paradise-like islands surrounded by sparkling turquoise water, it's also a destination that experiences snow during the winter months. However, the frequency of snowfall and the amount of snowfall a region receives depends on its location with areas on the mainland more prone to experiencing more frequent and heavier snowfall than those on the islands.
Snowfall generally coincides with the beginning of the winter season, however, snow can fall as early as November and last until April, meaning there's plenty of time to enjoy the country's beautiful white landscapes. January is the coldest month out of the year and also boasts the lowest sunlight hours per day, as well as the highest number of rainy days per month. January is also the month that experiences the most snowfall in the northern regions of the country, followed closely by February and December.