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.
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.
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.
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.
‘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.
With a new underwater museum where visitors can explore the remains of a 2500-year-old shipwreck and boasting the largest Marine Park in the World, Greek island of Alonissos adorns the National Geographic ‘Best of the World’ list of destinations for 2021
“My goal was to create a church that creates the illusion of motion. It feels like the Holy Spirit moves around its axis, God himself moves around its axis, as the church has no obvious front and back,” Greek architect Costas Papatheodorou said about his creation – the Orthodox church of Agia Fotini of Mantinea – which has become known as the second most mysterious church in the world.
Although famous worldwide for its seas, more than 80% of Greece is mountainous. We present to you the top five destinations for mountain lovers, who want to climb, hike, or just enjoy breathtaking views in Greece.
Calling all photography lovers – both professional and amateurs! Wiki Loves Monuments is in Greece for the month of October 2020 with numerous prizes and awards to be won.
Apart from the magical powers of the waters and the unique fish that live in it, therapeutic Vouliagmeni Lake is a breathtaking spot for a getaway from the busy city of Athens.
Pear with Feta, Sweet Apple Pie, Koulouri with Raisins…for new and exciting vegan ice cream options in Athens, look no further than Cats & Monsters.