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Historic Shipwrecks become ‘Underwater Museums’

The creation of “underwater museums”, where visitors can dive in, to visit one of the most mysterious chapters in History, will soon become a reality in Greece. The first underwater museum to open its doors next summer, is that of Peristera in Northern Sporades, which constitutes a true archaeological wonder that has been dubbed the…

Iraklia: Aegean’s true gem

Iraklia belongs to the small Cyclades complex situated at six hours from Piraeus. It is an ideal destination, away from the capital’s intense rhythm. Iraklia has beautiful beaches with turquoise waters and is part of the Natura 2000…

Parga: The gem of the Ionian Sea

Parga is a magical city in the heart of Epirus overlooking the Ionian Sea, Paxos and Antipaxos, with turquoise waters and natural surroundings, thus making it a wonderful natural landscape. It is known for its amphitheatrical…

Greece ranks second in the world in the Blue Flag program

Greece ranked second among 47 countries in the Blue Flag program for 2019, with 515 Greek beaches, 15 marinas and four sustainable tourism boats that won this year’s international quality award. The Regional Unit of Chalkidiki ranked…

Samothrace, an island of mystical beauty

Samothrace is perhaps North Aegean’s most typical island: green, full of rivers and waterfalls, herbs and a mystical beauty. Saos, the island’s wild and permanently tempestuous mountain, fascinates the travelers. One of the points of…

Symi, a small beautiful island with a rich history

Symi is a small island located one hour from Rhodes by boat. Built amphitheatrically on a hillside, the town of Symi is divided into two settlements. Gyalos, which is also the island’s port and Horio, which is the main settlement…

1st Alternative Tourism and Gastronomy exhibition in Zappeion

The “Greek Panorama: Alternative Tourism & Gastronomy” exhibition, which will take place November 14-16 2019 at the Zappeion Mansion in Athens, aims to attract Greek and foreign visitors who want to discover alternative forms of…

The island of “The Big Blue”

Amorgos is located at the southeastern tip of the Cyclades, between Naxos, the Small Cyclades and Astypalaia. It combines the wild and mountainous landscape with the endless blue of the Aegean Sea. The island, which became widely…

The volcanic island of Nisyros

Nisyros is located in the heart of the Aegean Sea between Kos and Tilos and is part of the Dodecanese group of islands. It is a quiet island with a strong, “colorful” personality, with its dark brown volcanic land, its whitewashed…