Pelion – Perfect Part of Greece

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Pelion1 Pelion – Perfect Part of GreeceThe sea or mountain?

We didn’t have to choose. Pelion is a place where we have found everything: pine-tree forests with waterfalls and water springs, long sandy beaches, villages with traditional architecture and beautiful squares in shade of thousand years old plane trees. Pelion is rich in myths and history, so this is the place where gods of Olympus resided in the summer and Jason and the Argonauts went in search of the Golden Fleece. We had no ambition to find fleece, we were happy to find great food and peace. Read more

Athens is 7 days

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Athen1 Athens is 7 days

What can you say about Athens that has not already been said? We have been everywhere, from museums to squares, beautiful parks and botanical gardens, churches, and all the other historic buildings. The local police station as well. While I was wandering around with my head in the clouds, someone skilful took my wallet (with 180 euros and almost all my documents inside), so that was my opportunity to visit the local police which, fortunately, was not far from the Acropolis. Obviously, my first piece of advice before you go and explore the cradle of European civilization is: Be careful with your stuff, because pickpocketing has become a popular job in Athens. Of course, they never found my wallet, but it didn’t break our spirit. Straight from the police station, we climbed the Acropolis. Read more

Hydra – Donkeys with a poker face

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Hidra1 Hydra   Donkeys with a poker face

Hydra is a small Greek island just 2 hours away from Athens and is an ideal weekend getaway or a one-day destination. When I say that it is an ‘ideal one-day destination’ it doesn’t mean that it is boring, it just means that it is pretty expensive. Actually, it is an ideal ‘lifelong destination’. Leonard Cohen, Mick Jagger, Henry Miller and many other rich and famous fell in love with Hydra and bought houses here. Hydra is not just an island for the rich, but for all the artists who find peace and inspiration there and yes, it is also great for depressed people. Leonard Cohen, my favourite songwriter, moved to Hydra, wrote a book of poetry and two novels and most importantly, overcame depression that bothered him for a long time. Read more

Best kept secrets of Santorini

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Megalochori Best kept secrets of Santorini

If there’s one destination that can be beautiful even after all the volcanic eruptions, it has to be Santorini. Shaped like a crescent, Santorini is the icon of Greece and the island is incredibly famous worldwide & needs no introduction. The immense popularity is also the reason for the huge influx of travellers. While most of the tourist places in Santorini are crowded all the time, there are still some secret getaways that best reflect the true nature of the island. Read more

Living the Luxury Mykonos Experience

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Mykonos shutterstock 694711003 Living the Luxury Mykonos Experience

For the past 60 years, Mykonos is a glamorous VIP destination that attracts the international jet-set. Be it for its alluring cosmopolitan character and vibrant night scene or the incredible natural beauties and its captivating traditional side, the undeniable truth is that Mykonos is a must-visit island, especially if you are into quintessential luxury experiences and unlimited pampering. From shopping to high-end boutiques and dining at Michelin-star restaurants to enjoying some of the most affluent accommodation, Mykonos has it all. Here are some ways to live the luxury Mykonos experience: Read more