According to news from GTP, Dolphin Capital Partners (Dolphin), hospitality real estate investors and developers just revealed plans to offer a luxury experience at sea with the launch of the first floating hotel in Greece. While many are heralding the Dolphin’s entrepreneurial spirit and innovation, the question of sustainable tourism practice looms large. The news […]
A candid look at the most unsustainable form of vacationing, cruise lines that seem to have no intention of tidying up their acts.
Read on and find out how Greece is about to ram a gigantic sustainability iceberg if business and the public do not wise up.
Greece tourism ministry says sustainable tourism is a Non-negotiable priority. But, are Greece’s officials negotiating growth?
Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis says Greece is expected to break records in tourism in 2020. Where’s the sustainable tourism in
At the annual Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), stakeholders discussed a new era of tourism. Or, are they redefining realities?
In Athens, tourism decision-makers are poised to turn Greece tourism into a Florida clone. Key leaders want investment to double visitors.
Prince Harry has launched a new project known as Travalyst alongside tourism’s heavy hitters in order to boost sustainable practices.
Clean Blue Paros’ program to make the island the first plastic-waste free Mediterranean island may pave the way to true sustainability.
The Tipping Point (TTP) and the G & A Mamidakis Foundation joined forces recently on Crete to offer an educational program for students.
Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis has presented the Greek Parliament his ministry’s strategic objectives for going forward.
Club Med has real experts on biodiversity and sustainability in the resorts, including marine biologists at Club Med Kani in Maldives.
On the agenda of the 3rd UNWTO/UNESCO World Conference on Tourism and Culture event held December 3-5, in Istanbul, Turkey, stakeholders discussed cultural tourism as fundamental for a sustainable future.
The recent FVW Workshop hosted on Crete may serve as a warning that government and corporate interests care little for the island’s future.
Numbers from a new study released by INSETE, the Greek Tourism Confederation’s (SETE) intelligence body show big growth on lesser returns. According to the study arrivals in Greece increased by almost 90% in the period 2005 – 2017. Meanwhile, the average tourist spend dropped by 30% on the view of source markets. Once again, however, sustainability for Greece’s tourism seems a highly subjective case in point. Here’s the report, followed by some objective observations.