Gerakas is located on the east coast of the Peloponnese, and enchants visitors with its incomparable and rare beauty that reminds of northern European countries, such Norway and Finland. The three villages of Gerakas (Limani, Agios Ioannis and Gerakas) and the sea that engulfs the coast create the southernmost natural fjord in Europe.
A list of ten of Europe’s Best Secluded Beaches is adorned with not just one, but two beaches belonging to the beautiful Greek island of Kefalonia: Kimilia Beach and Dafnoudi Beach. Also awarded TripAdvisor’s ‘Travellers’ Choice – Best of the Best 25 Beaches in the World 2020’, Kimilia Beach and Dafnoudi Beach are just two breathtaking reasons to put Kefalonia onto your summer travel itinerary.
According to the Greek mythology, the nymphs Neda, Agno and Thesoa bathed the newborn Zeus in the beautiful waters of Lousios, and that is how the river took its name – from the Greek verb “louzo” (λούζω) which means to bathe.
Pyrgos, with its Venetian architectural castle, Kastelli, dominates the hillside of Prophet Elias. It is the tallest village of Santorini, about ten kilometres southeast of Fira, and it was the capital of Santorini until 1800.
Musician Leonard Cohen and many other celebrities have fallen head over heels for captivating Hydra, known widely as one of the most captivating islands of Greece.
According to Art Travel, more than 25 million photos of Greece are uploaded every year on all social platforms. Here is the list of the 11 most photographed places in Greece.
The truffle hunting season in Meteora is set to begin in the first half of March and will run until the end of October. The Museum of Natural History and Mushroom Museum of Meteora will hold a truffle hunt after which the truffles will be handed over to chefs who will make a truffle pasta for all to enjoy in a forest picnic.