After contacting the Visit Greece team I was encouraged to showcase my love for my country and what I am trying to do. Read more
Crete is famous for many things: the Palace of Knossos, the charming cities of Heraklion and Chania, the awe-inspiring Samaria Gorge – the list goes on and on. But rather than tell you about the famous sights of Crete, I want to share some of the hidden gems of this beautiful island. Read more
“Corinthia” is of those places where you have the opportunity to reach an altitude of 1000 meters high from the sea, within 40 minutes of driving, crossing uphills, downhills, turnings and straight road-lines, to go through traditional villages, to cross lakes on mountains, and generally, a place where you get to live all the four seasons within an hour of traveling, among plane trees, pine trees, next to fir trees, founts that drain waters from running springs. It is a place where the highland landscape and its elements, meet the sea. Read more
Greece has always been a popular summer holiday destination and in recent years the June and July months have seen a record 3 million plus visitors descend on the country from Corfu to Karpathos, yet a luxury yacht charter in autumn ensures that visitors have peace, privacy and access to some of the best beaches by water while still revelling in the warm sunshine. Read more
My favourite Greek island so far – I haven’t visited all of them yet but I will one day. Whatever I say about this island will not do it justice. You need to travel there yourself. Read more
Serifos Island is place with a sprinkle of magic. A place that makes you feel closer to mother earth; a place that makes you communicate a bit better with yourself; a place that brings you closer to your other half – if you already found yours. Read more
There are many islands in Greece. More than 200 inhabited islands to be precise! If someone had to pick the most beautiful ones, I am sure Hydra would be one of them.
An engaging and breathtaking holiday in Greece takes many forms. And an underwater adventure is one of them.
The Greek seas hide some of the most gorgeous spots for scuba diving and snorkelling. With over 230 inhabited islands, vast coastline, and stunning beaches, every slip into the water gives you an opportunity to enjoy a huge variety of wrecks, caverns, and reefs. Not forgetting the bountiful of marine creatures that have made this beautiful underwater world their residence. Read more
The first integrated programme of recycling marine plastic waste from fishing and shipping activities BlueCycle is a Blue and Circular economy initiative with a holistic approach to marine plastic waste generated from shipping and fishing activities. Read more