Homer’s Odyssey tells of the hero Odysseus visiting Crete on his return home. The tale also tells of the unsolved mystery of the Eteocretans.
The Tipping Point (TTP) and the G & A Mamidakis Foundation joined forces recently on Crete to offer an educational program for students.
A couple of weeks back we had the privilege of spending time with one of Russia’s most successful TV producers here on Crete. Ramilya Gilyazova of Channel 360, was on Greece’s biggest island for two weeks in June and July, and we thought to get her impressions about the island. We spent a few days […]
Tweets from Greece are so often amazing, we thought we should share this part of the journey. After all, this is what Argo stands for.
Heathrow may “shut down” if more than 4,000 workers walk. Thomas Cook may go belly up. And UK travelers and a penchant for tragedy.
A report on the state of the Crete hospitality market which will show key flaws in the strategies in place to serve this tourism destination.
A collection of the best Instagram sunset images from around Crete Island. Amazing inta-sunsets from an island paradise like no other.
Today, the fate of some of the world’s most treasured Minoan landmarks is still mired in a European bureaucratic bog.
Greece’s Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura and Crete’s Governor Stavros Arnaoutakis, joined four of Russia’s most distinguished cosmonauts to inaugurate Yuri Gagarin Park.
The following story-report brings to the forefront the question “When do we consider a multitude of coincidences key parts of a greater fact?”
The story of Terroir by Alexandra Manousakis, of Crete and the legacy her father and other winemakers seek to perpetuate.
The storm damage to roads, buildings, and the local infrastructure of Crete will exceed €100 million euro, according to the region’s Governor
Stavros Arnaoutaki .
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Chania, “Ney Matogrosso – Handsome as a Greek – Greek Mythology inspires a Revolutionist” an art exhibition by Alkistis Michaelides will be on display until March 30th.
Crete is a multifaceted mystery, a layer cake of human civilization made up of more than 5,000 years of history, tradition, and culture. A recent trip to a lost Minoan city proves once more, the treasure of the island is an eternity of peace.
A weekend jaunt in the countryside of Crete ends up in a reintroduction to what it means to really be free, human, and happy. A salty Cretan fisherman is the hero of this story about living right in paradise.