UK leisure travel group Jet2 has just announced new flights and package holidays from Bristol Airport to Greece.
The Santorini Experience, an annual sports extravaganza that attracts athletes from around the globe, is postponed until 2021.
Were the Minoans the people Plato referred to as Atlanteans? What really happened to this bright Bronze Age civilization?
A selection of videos that will make the purist want to visit Greece all the more given the world is t a standstill and beaches are deserted.
From July 1st, Santorini’s Ducato di Oia and Ducato Wine hotels will reopen to offer guests “bucket list” memories.
Yesterday, thousands of tourism businesses canceled millions of reservations. Tomorrow, every cruise line, hotel, and air carrier will wake to a new world.
The GNTO has announced its support to three major water sports competitions to take place in the summer of 2020.
Unforgettable Greece launches a competition for International Women’s Day on March 8th called “Unforgettable Woman.”
New findings on Santorini may shed light on the Thera tsunami many experts believe signalled the beginning of the end of Minoan Civilization.
Coming up May 23rd through 27th of 2020, the Cities on Volcanoes 11 brings the world’s top volcanologists to Greece for the first time. The conferences and workshops of “Volcanoes and Society: environment, health, and hazards” will welcome many of the world’s foremost experts to Heraklion, Crete. Organized by the International Association of Volcanology Cities, […]
Unforgettable Greece is going to pay for some lucky couple to take a free nine-day trip to remember. Talk about living the dream!
Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis recently held meetings on Santorini aimed at creating a sustainable tourism strategy for Santorini.
Crete is more than a Mykonos wanna be, the island paradise is a real alternative experience well suited to the luxury travel segment.
According to data from INSETE, UK tourists lead all others in June for Greece hotel demand. Italians and Germans came in second and third.
Greek officials have now approved three tourism investment projects totaling over €240 million euro for three of Greece’s most visited islands.