Bali in Crete used to be a small Cretan fishing village but over the years it has become a charming touring attraction, overlooking the little fishing harbor and the beautiful sunny beach. It is a very attractive and romantic place, combining sea and mountains. Read more
Summer in Greece was on the wish list since a long, long time.
Everyone had been there. Everyone had said wonders. Everyone had gone gourmet there. Read more
Tiny Folegandros is constantly sold out in recent years, writing one of the greatest success stories of the Greek summer. Its Hora is one of the most beautiful and well-preserved towns in the Cyclades, attracting sophisticated and alternative travelers, who love to get lost in its alleys, to stroll in the medieval settlement of Kastro and to climb to the church of Our Lady at the top of the rock. Read more
The trip to Aegina by hydrofoil from the port of Piraeus lasts just 40 minutes, making this island of the Saronic Gulf an ideal choice for easy weekends, or even day trips all year round. The “Fistiki Festˮ pays tribute to the pistacchio, the island’s iconic product, and offers a good reason to go to Aegina in September (17-20/9). Read more
A beautiful day today – mid 80’s – clear blue sky – a slight breeze. It’s beautiful to sit outside for a change. Read more
“You’re going to Greece now? During the crisis?” was the incredulous refrain that I kept hearing as I was packing for my trip to Crete in July of this year. Having ignored it entirely, I went and came back (in one piece!) from my two-week trip, and am now here to tell you why you shouldn’t let the media or others dissuade you from doing the same. Read more