A violent storm that ripped across northern Greece has killed six tourists and injured at least 30-50 others.
The entire island of Makronissos, off the coast of Attica, was declared an archaeological site by a unanimous decision of the Central Archaeological Council
A dissenting view on the question of privatization and questionable politics in Greece.
A new sea link between the port of Piraeus, initially with Mesta on Chios island and afterward with the port of Sigri on Mytilene is effect.
The island of Ithaca has banned plastic bags and has distributed replacement textile ones free of charge in a move toward sustainability.
The growth in tourism arrivals in Greece early in the 2019 season is double the world average according to data from the World Tourism Organization of the United Nations (UNWTO). In the period starting January of 2019 until March, international touristic flows have slowed overall. According to the UNWTO figures, global arrivals increased only 4 […]
Growing tourism has spurred Greece’s economy and attracted investor interest in large projects with high-profit potential.
Greece has experienced a 21.9% increase in average expenditure per trip in the first quarter of the 2019 touristic season.
Excavators have found beneath the ancient theater of Mytilini, the Temple of Nemesis on the northeast island of Lesvos. What remains of the temple was found under large limestone blocks in the south entry passage to the theater.
According to a new survey by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) the number of visitors to Greek museums and archaeological sites saw incredible increases as of 2018.
For an authentic Aegean experience, the tiny island of Anafi is a relaxing and clam paradise still untouched by the throng of tourists flocking to the Cyclades each year. Located just off world famous Santorini, the island is an iconic shelter from the dizzying outside world.
Greece is now among the top 10 European countries attracting the interest of investors seeking to tap into the hospitality market, according to a survey released last week by property brokers Tranio.
“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.
“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 […]