In a just-published press release from Heraklion MP Dr. Nikos E. Igoumenidis, the cardiologist parliamentarian lambasts the Mitsotakis administration over Heraklion, Crete’s current coronavirus “red” status.
The lastest coronavirus tally in Greece is 715 cases in a 24-hour period. Some fear the second wave may turn into a tsunami of death and economic devastation.
Heraklion MP Nikos Igoumenidis pursues definate answers from Culture Minnister Mendoni on the Knossos UNESCO candidacy.
A public service announcement in English language parents, teachers, and those interested in the 2020-2021 school year on Crete island.
Heraklion MP Dr. Nikos Igoumenidis has taken issue with an new policy that will force hospitality providers to become hospitals.
Crete’s Governor Stavros Arnaoutakis and other officials open the new Archaeological Museum of Mesara.
A pitched battle is being waged over the inclusion of ancient Minoan palaces as UNESCO World Heritage sites.
A day trip from our home in Heraklion to a quaint little touristic village of Kokkinos Pyrgos proves once again the unbelievable discoveries to be found on Greece’s biggest island. Like pulling back successive veils that cover the lovely face of a goddess, exploring Crete is just an amazing experience. Visit with us a tiny deserted touristic gem shining on the Gulf of Mesara.
A few days ago Argo News had the opportunity to discuss with Greek parliamentarian, Dr. Nikos Igoumenidis, the importance of emerging tourism trends and the necessary shift by all stakeholders.
News from the Greek Travel Pages (GTP) informs us of approval for the very first diving park to in Crete being given the green light by officials. According to the news the part, which includes shipwrecks and 38 artificial reefs, has been approved by the Chania region’s Environment and Spatial Planning Committee.