The tourism situation in Greece calls for new thinking. Meanwhile, Athens decisionmakers are locked into old ways of doing business.
Six of Greece’s islands have been named to Conde Nast Traveler Magazine’s 33rd Readers’ Choice Awards.
Six Greek hotels named among 30 best resorts of Europe by the readers of the magazine Condé Nast Traveler.
Travelers to England must now self-isolate for 14 days after arriving on seven of Greece’s island getaways.
The Greek authorities have now banned all parties and gatherings of more than 9 people for any reason on Mykonos and the region of Halkidiki.
Businesses on Mykonos Island are now in a hectic race to prepare for tourists since the lifting COVID-19 restrictions.
Greek authorities have given the green light for the “The Mykonos Project”, a significant tourism development investment on Mykonos.
The Greek Tourism Ministry, in cooperation with Google, has launched the greecefromhome.com (#greecefromhome) site.
Condé Nast Traveler magazine has just named Ftelia Beach Club in Mykonos the best beach club in the world for 2020.
Tourists headed to Mykonos by ferry seldom leave the docks at Tinos. This is unfortunate, because this is one of Greece’s true hidden gems.
Crete is more than a Mykonos wanna be, the island paradise is a real alternative experience well suited to the luxury travel segment.
The all-new Aegon Mykonos, an Autograph Collection Hotel by Marriott International, is a stunning new luxury choice on Mykonos.
According to data from INSETE, UK tourists lead all others in June for Greece hotel demand. Italians and Germans came in second and third.
Mykonos video captured shows sailing passengers off Mykonos getting visited by dolphins surround their vessel.
Greek officials have now approved three tourism investment projects totaling over €240 million euro for three of Greece’s most visited islands.