This past weekend we had the pleasure of visiting one of our favorite Crete hangouts, the amazing Almyra Seaside Food and Cocktails, for their season opener. Located in unbelievable Agia Pelagia, Almyra is one of those places you will never forget. Here’s a recap of yet another evening of hospitality magic right on one of […]
Greek authorities have to shut down the beach of Navagio on Zakynthos Island after a massive landslide injured at least three people.
TripAdvisor®, the travel planning and booking site, today announced the winners of its Travelers’ Choice® awards for Beaches.
CNN and other mainstream media need westerners to feel like geo-policy has somehow ruined the Crimea peninsula for tourism. Since voting to return to being Russian, the people of this fascinating part of the world have weathered a political blitz, sanctions, and outsiders doing everything possible to misrepresent the reality there. Here is a candid […]
Hurricane Sandy cut a scar into seaside communities along the New Jersey coast in October 2o12, and only now are some beach communities emerging with a prosperous touristic outlook for Summer 2014. However positive the tide may have turned for Jersey shore communities though, the sustainability of Atlantic coastline beach communities is endangered by sea […]
Fitness spas, ranches, resorts, and getaways California, all the rage these days. How come? Well, Spring and Summer in California is pretty marvelous. Hotels and other venues there wait to help guests get fit, fed, and entertained, so Argo Travel News offers this slight preview.
For those of you searching for the best places to dip into the ocean in Europe, a new report covers almost all the bodies of water on the continent. This year’s report reveals Cyprus and Croatia as having the cleanest bathing waters, followed closely by Malta, Greece, and Ireland.
News from one of Britain’s leading seaside getaway OTA’s, On the Beach, reveals Cyprus beaches as one of this Spring’s most popular attractions for UK travelers. According to figures from Cyprus, some 200,000 people bathed in the azure waters off Cyprus in April alone.
South Africa is launching ambitious plans to open up the country as one of the world’s top holiday destinations. Last Wednesday in parliament, the country’s Minister for Tourism Marthinus van Schalkwyk, detailed his government’s plans to more than double the number of foreign visitors to the country over the next eleven years.