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When in Paros, join the Marpissa Festival

The Routes in Marpissa Festival is a three-day annual event that takes place at the Marpissa settlement on the island of Paros. Now in its ninth consecutive year, it will be  held on …

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Greek tourism plays to its natural assets

Another Greek tourist high season, another award for film director Antonios Theoharis Kioukas whose three minute and 38 second “Greece- A-365-day destination” video (see below) picked up another tourism award …

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Diaporos: the Greek islet with the warmest waters

Right across one of the most famous beaches in Chalkidiki, Northern Greece is Diaporos islet, a tiny little paradise known to locals. Visitors can access the island by boat from …

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Greece is more than just the islands

Despite the fact that globally, the Greek islands are considered a leading tourist destination that guarantee warm weather, legendary natural light, pristine waters, delicious traditional Greek cuisine, endless cultural pursuits, …

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British journalist confesses his love for Greece

Despite the fact that 64-year-old travel author, photographer, lecturer, interpreter and translator Paul Hellander was born and raised in the United Kingdom, growing up nextdoor to members of legendary band …

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Australian television host confesses her deep love for Greece

Following a holiday to Greece last year to celebrate a friend’s wedding on Mykonos and having spent time in Athens, the islands of Spetses and Hydra as well as the …

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Three Greek islands amongst the ‘Best in the World’

The islands of Mykonos, Crete and Santorini were included in the list of the 30 best islands in the world, according to luxury travel magazine Condé Nast Traveller (CNT). “For …

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Delicious Mani

Neos Kosmos takes the Laconian road less-travelled to find Maniots inspired by their ancestors’ cultural legacies.

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Magical Monemvasia

Steeped in history and natural wonders, the south east Peloponnese offers serenity and stunning adventures.

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Athens: the shock of the new

The past decade a quiet revolution has taken place: a redefinition of what a ’boutique hotel’ can be. Michael Sweet celebrates a renaissance in the art of Athenian accommodation.