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Monday, March 24, 2014

Exploring The Striking Villages of Agistri

In the Saronic Gulf, just a breath's distance from the city of Athens, lies the island oasis of Agistri. The smallest nearby but one of the prettiest, it retains its charm, remaining unspoilt by mass tourism.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Go Active in Santorini

Although mostly known for its lunar landscaped beaches and magical sunset, the island of Santorini has much more to offer than romantic days and nights overlooking the vastness of the Aegean or the mesmerizing sun setting into the sea!

Monday, March 17, 2014

Cosmopolitan Yet Traditional Paros

Paros Island is considered one of the best destinations in the beautiful Cyclades to spend your summer holidays in the sunshine. History and tradition meet modern and cosmopolitan lifestyle on this beautiful Greek island which thousands of visitors and celebrities return to year after year.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

The old kitchen stove…At the Ursuline School of Naxos


I ‘ve been dying to show you this kitchen stove, discovered during a visit at the old Ursuline School of Naxos. I was wandering at the beautifully renovated building of the school, inside the Castle of Chora -amazed by the architecture, the view and the history of the place that create quite an imposing atmosphere- when I saw it: In the middle of a simple and elegant room surrounded by big windows allowing in natural light, an antique kitchen stove, quite and proud, like an island in the winter.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Explore one-day-tours from Athens

Many people say one day is not enough to get a taste of a place, a city or an area, but we think they are wrong! Visiting some key sights means you’ll find a flavor of what is on offer. You don’t believe us? Let us explain how… From the top of the Acropolis to the bustling streets of Omonia Square, an Athens one-day-tour is the perfect way to explore the historical Greek capital city of Athens.

Monday, March 10, 2014

Olive Oil; The Essence of Crete

Do you know that the average Greek family consumes about 100 liters of olive oil per year? Luckily in Greece and especially in Crete olive oil is as plentiful as water. In fact, every authentic Greek recipe involves the use of lots of the ‘golden green.’

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Discovering the Cave of Peramatos in Ioannina

One of the most impressive caves in Europe and the second largest in Greece is the Cave of Peramatos located 4 kilometres from the city of Ioannina. A mythical world beyond your imagination waits for you there to discover it.