Archaeologists have unearthed two new unplundered chamber tombs dating from the Late Mycenaean period of the Mycenaean palaces (circa 1400-1200 BC). Systematic research being conducted at the Aidonia dig by the Antiquities Ephorate of Corinth at the Mycenaean cemetery of Aidonia in Nemea continue to reveal fascinating new knowledge. In the first of the two […]
The construction of the super-luxurious €600-million-euro Elounda Hills project in eastern Crete is now closer at hand.
Greece tourism employment now represents 10.6 percent of all jobs in the country, according to figures from the Bank of Greece and INSETE.
The U.K. and Greek governments have issued instructions online for Great Britain citizens to get ready for Brexit.
At an event organized by Mouzenidis Travel Polska, the GNTO presented Halkidiki’s tourism value to more than 30 Polish Tour Operators.
For people here on Crete, the late Princess Diana visiting the island is still a poignant memory of a gentle spirit setting foot on paradise.
Dimitris Frangakis is the new Secretary-General of the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO).
Greek travel agency Smile Acadimos has now introduced a B2B feature for partners (in Greek) on its website.
TUI Family Life is mucking up Crete’s vacationing reputation this summer. A plethora of complaints haunt Elounda Breeze Resort.
Thomas Cook has opened its 8th Cook’s Club hotel in the heart of Rhodes Old Town. Cook’s Club City Beach features stunning views and more.
The death of George Psychoundakis at age 85 in Chania marks in bedrock legendary Cretan forthrightness. Here is a part of his epic story.
22 hours ago Nassa Travel in the UK posted a “Santorini Crazy Deal” to 29,000 plus followers on Facebook. Are they teaching TUI a lesson?