The Greek island of Karpathos has been included in National Geographic’s annual list of the world’s 25 most impressive destinations for 2023. National Geographic refers to the island in the Dodecanese as an amazing and beautiful place, where women-owned businesses lead the way in sustainable tourism. Also included in the same category in the extensive […]
Greek tourism news
Greece Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias says the next tourism campaign will hyper-focus on sustainable tourism.
Cyprus Deputy Minister of Tourism Savvas Perdios has stated his optimistic view on the potential for tourist flows from Russia this season.
Study of Ipsos MORI sentiment analysis and first-party Tripadvisor data shows traveler intent for 2022 demonstrates high demand.
Okay, Vassilis Kikilias had his shot at doing right by Greeks and the whole sustainable tourism issue. Unfortunately, he’s not making the cut.
Greece and Saudi Arabia agree to expand on tourism, defense, and energy cooperation in the coming months.
Digital Governance Minister Kyriakos Pierrakakis says Greece will be fully digitalized in a few short years.
Greece’s Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias says the occupancy rate of tourist accommodation and hotels reached 63 percent recently.
Greece’s new Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias says USA tourists will still come to the county despite a waning market demand.
Greece officials recorded 3,628 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours according to the National Public Health Organization (EODY).
Data complied by Kethimerini has revealed that tourist arrivals up until mid-August indicate a tourism recovery on the order of 40%.
Authorities tighten COVID restrictions on Mykonos after cases rocket. Police and other authorities say unbridled partying a cause.
Cyprus’ Deputy Minister of Tourism Savvas Perdios, said earlier this week that the coming weeks will be extremely difficult for tourism.
Samaria Gorge, one of Crete’s most visited natural wonders, will be closed today on account of very high temperatures.
Cyprus tourism may not reach the halfway point of 2019 visits as predicted. COVID cases are rising and hoteliers fear failure for 2021.