You’ve heard of Mykonos for it’s round white and blue topped buildings, curling alleyways and stone paths serving as a picturesque backdrop on many a computer screen. During the summer months the entire island is filled with party goers and beach seekers as if a throwback to the times of the ancient Greeks where Dionysus themed parties and free flowing wine were a staple of the everyday life. Read more
As the temperature rises, many Greeks return to their ancestral villages high in the mountains to escape the city heat. Seasonal cafes and guest houses open and village squares, deserted for much of the year, ring with the bustle of people on holiday.
Built on the Messinian Gulf in southern Peloponnese, with the sea being a key component of its DNA as a travel destination, Kalamata is a city full of life that has undergone a total “lifting” as far as its hotel and restaurant scene is concerned. Especially after it was short-listed for the title of European Capital of Culture for 2021, the city has been embracing new trends and constantly refreshing itself. Read more
Bubo, Ekies All Senses Resort
“Bubo”, the restaurant of the “Ekies All Senses Resort”, offers unbelievable views of the sea. It opens for lunch, putting on the air of a modern meze bar, and in the evening it turns into a fine-dining establishment. Read more
In one of the most privileged locations of the coastline, the plage of Astir Palace is the most cosmopolitan in Attica. With the online sun lounger reservation system, the super-fast Wi-Fi, the private spa and the boutique shops, it will be hard to tear you away from it.
40, Apollonos Str., Lemos, Vouliagmeni Read more
Even as one of the smaller islands in the Cyclades, Antiparos has a well know name. Little sister of the far larger neighbor island Paros, is being described as friendly with a relaxing atmosphere and is a beloved destination for many. Even the taxi driver taking you to the port if your start destination is Athens/Pireaus, will most likely give you positive recommendations for the small island. Read more