According to news from Aircompany Armenia, the airline still remains in the red but insists it will become financially successful in three years’ time.
Greek officials have now approved three tourism investment projects totaling over €240 million euro for three of Greece’s most visited islands.
Crete region has been inundated with heavy rainfall, high seas, and winds for the last few weeks. This past weekend the “Oceanis” cold wave brought thick snowfall to western Crete, and torrents of hale to parts of southern and central Rethymno and Heraklion prefectures.
Region of Crete received three honors at the 1st Greek Travel Awards event, which was recently held in Stockholm, Sweden.
“Oh My Greece | Unlock the Feeling”, the country’s new tourism promotional campaign has now gone live.
A pitched battle is being waged over the inclusion of ancient Minoan palaces as UNESCO World Heritage sites.
The olive tree is one of the most revered plants in the Mediterranean basin and has significant symbolistic in Greek mythology. As the symbol of the goddess Athena, the plant was revered in ancient Greece and it still bears importance today as the source of the oil that plays such an important role in the […]
Wednesday, January 16th, Santo Wines collective will conduct an exclusive wine tasting event presenting prestigious wines from Santorini.
January 16th in Cyprus, the 3rd annual Digi.travel Cyprus International Conference & Expo will feature leading travel industry experts with analysis and strategies covering the latest trends and potential.
Coming up in Heraklion, April 5th through 17th, 2019, the British School at Athens will offer the Prehistoric, Greek and Roman Pottery Course, a unique opportunity for hands-on experience in the field of archeology.
Santo Maris Oia Luxury Suites & Spa, one of Santorini’s most successful luxury hotels, has just unveiled a new corporate identity and logo designed to brand its authentic hospitality philosophy. Part of the Metaxas Group of Companies, the award-winning property aims to redefine the luxury experience.
“A Trip to Crete” is a rare film from France from the 1950’s, a short that took the French filmmakers to various landscapes across the island. The French-language film is a window onto the beaches, mountains, villages, mills, and agricultural scenes (harvest grain and melons) during a simpler time. Crete during the 1950s was a […]