Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis recently held meetings on Santorini aimed at creating a sustainable tourism strategy for Santorini.
22 hours ago Nassa Travel in the UK posted a “Santorini Crazy Deal” to 29,000 plus followers on Facebook. Are they teaching TUI a lesson?
A couple of weeks back we had the privilege of spending time with one of Russia’s most successful TV producers here on Crete. Ramilya Gilyazova of Channel 360, was on Greece’s biggest island for two weeks in June and July, and we thought to get her impressions about the island. We spent a few days […]
Argophilia Travel News talks with one of Greece’s most influential tour executives, Rebecca Skevaki about overtourism on Santorini.
A recent trip to one of Crete’s most famous villages reminded us of the island’s most precious gift, the philoxeníā (φῐλοξενῐ́ᾱ) exhibited by Cretans. Visiting Rethymno Prefecture and the community of Argyroupoli (ancient Lappa) over the Easter holidays, our team found a gem of a local tour guide named Manolis Neonakis.
Coming up June 15 – 17, Global Gardens Foodie Passport will present an incredible 3 days of touring, tasting, learning, experiencing Crete’s totally sustainable agricultural lifestyle. Guests will be introduced to the best of the island through a collection of family businesses.
We moved to Crete for good in the Summer of 2017. The reasons for an American and a Romanian to venture far afield from America or our previous home in central Europe are manifold, but a 2014 visit played a major role.
The story I am about to tell you may seem more like a fairytale than fact. But everything you are about to read can be attributed to a phenomenon that is at once indescribable and as basic as a smile. There’s a kind of freedom that awaits you on Crete. It’s a gift that everyone […]