Nestled in the majestic Balkan Mountains, Bulgaria offers a plethora of world-class ski destinations that cater to all levels of skiers and snowboarders.
When traveling, eco-consciousness is becoming increasingly important for many individuals. As more people strive to reduce their carbon footprint and make sustainable choices, they reevaluate even their travel gear.
The hotels in Ierapetra are at maximum capacity just before the season ends, with occupancy rates comparable to those of 2019.
Greek tourism shatters records in 2023, offering you unrivaled experiences. The tourist season is extended until mid-November.
Olive oil prices surge as production decreases, creating a risk of shortage on store shelves. This phenomenon is not limited to Spain; it also affects Greece. The cost of olive oil in Greece and Europe has steadily increased due to a significant decrease in production this year. Producers sell the oil for 8 to 10 […]
Renting a car in Crete is the ideal way to fully explore and appreciate the beauty of this magnificent island.
Peskesi Organic Farm is at the forefront of implementing regenerative and biodynamic agriculture practices on the beautiful island of Crete.
The calendar may say winter as November arrives in Crete, but the temperature still hovers around a comfortable 20-23°C. And according to the locals, this means one thing: olive harvest season.
With comfortable temperatures, fewer crowds, and a myriad of festivals and events, October is the perfect month to explore Crete Island.
Folegandros is the answer if you’re yearning for an unspoiled Greek island getaway. With its hidden beaches, charming town, and rich history, this island offers a perfect blend of tranquility and adventure.
Archaeologists have recently made groundbreaking discoveries at the ancient Greek sanctuary of Poseidon at Helike.
While there are various modes of transport on Crete, renting a car offers the easiest and fastest method; additionally, it can take you places that may otherwise be inaccessible by bus.
Scientists in Greece are calling for reintroducing mask-wearing as a crucial preventive measure against new strains of COVID-19, particularly Eris and BA.6 substrains.
Samaria Gorge (Φαράγγι Σαμαριάς) remains closed today after a 4.9 quake injured a 45-year-old Spanish hiker last Sunday.
Vritomartis was a mermaid and a Minoan Goddess of mountains and hunting who fled from King Minos and became a protector of fishermen and hunters.