Travel/Tourism

Greece distinguished at World Travel Awards 2020

The Ministry of Tourism and the Greek National Tourist Organisation (GNTO) were together awarded as the World's Leading Tourist Board at the World Travel...

Pavlopetri, the oldest submerged city in the world

In the Greek Peloponnese, off the coast of southern Laconia lies Pavlopetri, the world’s oldest underwater city that was discovered by geologist Fokion Negris in 1904...

Natural History Museum of Meteora  and Mushroom Museum wins new awards

The Natural History Museum of Meteora and Mushroom Museum has added three new awards to its prize collection. Earlier this year, it received two...

Crete is a safe destination for UK travelers

The British government announced on Thursday 15/10 that it has added Crete to the list of safe destinations, a decision that means that those...

Conde Nast Traveler: Six Greek islands among the 10 best in Europe

Folegandros, Zakynthos, Crete, Mykonos, Skiathos and Paros are on the list of the 10 best islands in Europe, according to the results of the...

Skopelos Among Travel+Leisure’s 30 Secret Islands

The Greek island of Skopelos has been voted as one of the “30 Secret Islands to Visit for the Ultimate Secluded Vacation” by the prestigious Travel +...

Historic Shipwrecks become ‘Underwater Museums’

The creation of "underwater museums", where visitors can dive in, to visit one of the most mysterious chapters in History, will soon become a...

Iraklia: Aegean’s true gem

Iraklia belongs to the small Cyclades complex situated at six hours from Piraeus. It is an ideal destination, away from the capital's intense rhythm....

Parga: The gem of the Ionian Sea

Parga is a magical city in the heart of Epirus overlooking the Ionian Sea, Paxos and Antipaxos, with turquoise waters and natural surroundings, thus...

The island of “The Big Blue”

Amorgos is located at the southeastern tip of the Cyclades, between Naxos, the Small Cyclades and Astypalaia. It combines the wild and mountainous landscape...

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