Region of Crete received three honors at the 1st Greek Travel Awards event, which was recently held in Stockholm, Sweden.
The famous Shipwreck Beach, otherwise known as Navagio, on the Ionian island of Zakynthos, has re-opened after a cliff collapsed injuring several tourists earlier this month.
For people who wonder why Greece is one of the leading travel destinations year after year, Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey offers some clues.
Russian businessman, and philanthropist Dmitry Rybolovlev is in the news this week with plans to develop a Greek island VIP tourism project.
Variety Cruises, named one of the top ten best boutique cruise lines by USA Today’s Readers’ Choice Awards, is offering newlyweds the chance to experience a small ship cruise with a special Honeymooners Package.
Bookings to Greece for the 2018 season are seeing an impressive increase compared to last year, Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura said on Friday.
Greece has dominated ‘Europe’s Top 10 Islands’ category at this year’s Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards, with Santorini taking first place, Crete ranking fourth, Paros in fifth place and Rhodes following in at number six.
As we thread our way down the sheer cliffs en route from Pollonia to Kypos on the first leg of our excursion to legendary Kleftiko, we see a boat lying at anchor. This must be the place! The Delfinia (Dolphin) will sail us southwest along Milos’ rugged coastline, about an hour’s sail from Kypos, to this one-time pirates’ lair.
For travelers destined for Crete, Lato Boutique Hotel in Heraklion has just completed the 3rd phase of a renovation that will enhance guest services and experience greatly.
Today’s hotel spotlight is on the newest of the new Greek getaway possible, a Grace Hotel that has yet to open. Being developed on the Isle Kea, known locally as Tzia, the Grace Kea Hotel and Residences will be a boutique paradise affair quite unlike any other. Slated for 32 rooms and two restaurants, this Island accommodation promises to be a new breed of elegance. Let’s look at what we can expect.
Greece’s financial woes have come down to selling off one of that nation’s most precious commodities, some of the world’s most beautiful Island paradises. News that international developers may be jumping on the fire sale of places like Pera Nissi in the Ambracian Gulf (map below) really come as no surprise.