UK newspaper The Telegraph recently highlighted 15 “perfect” Greek islands readers should put on their…
Together with Austria, Greece is the most mountainous country in Europe. This complex terrain with the ravines of so many hundreds of mountains, has created a large number of waterfalls, both in mainland Greece and in the Greek islands. Here’s a list of the most beautiful waterfalls not to be missed whilst in Greece.
Acne ruins our confidence and can even cause severe depression and anxiety. However, we can (hopefully) prevent more severe forms of acne from occurring by making a few simple changes in our everyday lives.
“Even the lockdown is more beautiful in Athens,” reads the slogan of the recent This is Athens marketing campaign by the city. Digital nomads from across the globe are relocating to work-from-home in Athens finding there the best balance between work and personal life, at an affordable price, without being deprived of the comforts and rights offered by Europe.
Recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Aegean Sea’s ‘holy island’ Patmos is one of the most peaceful and majestic destinations in Greece, where Saint John the Theologian wrote both his Gospel and the Apocalypse around 95AD.
A recent Swedish study found that even if you don’t start exercising until your senior years, physical activity is the number one contributor to longevity, adding extra years to your life.
Lesvos is the ideal place to experience the real Greece. It is the perfect destination with amazing food, beautiful beaches and is dotted with many picturesque villages such as Molyvos, Agiasos and Plomari. If you love destinations with a rich history and breathtaking natural beauty, Lesvos is a must on your travel wish list.
There is a myriad of varying Greek wedding traditions depending on the area of Greece. From Epirus’s love of klarina (clarinets) and dancing the tsamiko, to guns firing, here is a look at some of the wonderful traditions that we love about Greek weddings.
The oldest restaurant in Greece is located in Plaka, Athens, and it is called “The Old Tavern of Psarras” (Η Παλιά Ταβέρνα του Ψαρά), which translates to “The Old Tavern of the Fisherman” remains one of the country’s most beloved restaurants over 100 years after it first opened its doors.
Kapesovo, a green, picturesque, stone village of just 51 residents, that belongs to the Municipality of Zagori, is known not just for its beauty but for another, very unique reason; almost all its residents have ancient Greek names.
Greece’s Civil Aviation Authority has added the United Kingdom (UK) to the list of non-EU countries from which citizens are allowed entry to Greece as of 7. January 2021. The decision is due to Brexit in full effect since Jan 1.
Filled with stone mansions, lush gardens, picturesque alleys, and a lively square, the town of Vytina has been for many years now, one of the most popular mountain destinations in the Peloponnese and in Greece overall.
‘Travel’ the terrestrial and underwater environment of the island of Santorini from the comfort of home thanks to VirtualDIVER – the first real-life integrated and interactive virtual experience platform in the world due for launch in October 2021.