Amazing! There are not other words to describe this extraordinary part of the continental Greece. If you’re looking for freedom and a mystical nature you’re in the right place. Many times it seems how the man has managed to create sacred places in difficult conditions like these and how these places are evocative and suggestive. Read more
Beat the autumn blues where sunny days last longer.
1. Arachthos: rafting in green waters
The Arachthos River, whose source lies in the Pindos Mountains, in northwestern Greece, is 135km in length and flows out into the Ambracian Gulf. The emerald shade of the river makes it sensationally beauty. The Arachthos is renowned for its stone bridges and outdoor recreational activities, including rafting. Watersport enthusiasts should check out Via Natura, a rafting company active in the region throughout the year. Read more
Do you plan to watch the sky light up? Greece will offer you an unforgettable experience. New Year’s Eve is a magical night in Greece, as many fireworks displays are organized all the different cities there. Read more
SANTORINI, Greece – Against the backdrop of Oia’s majestic scenery, Bart Van Der Linden from Netherlands landed at top podium, outrunning the competition’s favorites DK and Pasha and grabbing his first title ever at Red Bull Art of Motion. The stunning competition proved for another year that there are no limits in raising the bar of freerunning, showcasing up leveled tricks and outstanding athlete runs. Read more
Richard Logan is in search of stunning beaches on the island of Kefalonia. Let him introduce you to his short-list of the best ones through his documentary-like video.
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.
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