Travel Greece


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, …


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 …


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 …


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 …


Delicious Mani

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


Magical Monemvasia

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


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.


Rethymno: the heart of Crete

No other city in Crete has the culture and flair of Rethymno. Michael Sweet explores the jewel in the Cretan crown and its magical province.


A town called Archanes

South of bustling Heraklion, Archanes is a tranquil retreat steeped in history and cultural treasures. Michael Sweet explores a town on the Cretan road less-travelled.


Venetian odyssey

Minoan, Roman, Byzantine and beyond; Crete’s most popular city is a product of its occupiers. Michael Sweet explores the alleyways of La Canea to reveal its Venetian legacies.