Kos is the second-largest island in the Dodecanese (try saying that after 4 gins) and makes a sweet summer retreat. Here’s a quick photo tour of what we got up to and what you can expect if you escape to Kos.
The lemon is the basic ingredient for most of our food, and there is hardly any kitchen in Greece in which you will not find this beautiful fruit. Read more
Santorini and especially Oia is one of the most popular wedding destinations not only in Greece but worldwide. Why so many couples from all over the world choose Santorini for their destination wedding? What makes this location so popular? The answer is simple… Santorini is not just an Island, its something more than this… Is an experience. Read more
I’ve been in Greece many times since many years, climbing around Athens, Peloponnesus and Crete. I can tell you that it will be in the next year the place in Europe to climb! You can easily spend 3 weeks there for climbing and visiting (archeological sites and seaside). In Greece there are more than 3000 routes, the rock is incredibly high quality and not polished generally. Here you can also climb all-year around and it is easy and cheap to reach. Read more
As a husband and wife team filming weddings during the summer in our beautiful country of Scotland, come winter, we find ourselves looking for a holiday destination to escape to, recharge our batteries and practice new filming techniques that we can employ the following year. But where to go?
The 40 day fasting period is over and judging by the activity in the kitchen, the Odyssey is pulling out all the stops to prepare as much delicious food as is possible to eat. Katerina: “The church might play the most important role during Easter, but the second most important thing is the food of every home and taverna.”
It is said that if you want to see the best sunset, the island of Santorini is the place to go. From the beautiful cliff-top village of Oia with the white washed houses, the windmills and little churches with the blue domes you will see the sun dive into the Aegean Sea. Read more
Coming from the Netherlands, Christmas has always been the biggest religious event for me. Now that I have celebrated Easter on Poros last year, my outlook has changed. In Greece, Easter is the most important holiday and is celebrated in a big way. I ate more than I have ever eaten at any Christmas party, joined a holy procession and watched fireworks as if it were New Years Eve.