Ancient Olympia, a sacred place with glorious history!

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Ancient Olympia belongs to the prefecture of Ileia and is situated about 19km away from the city of Pyrgos in the west Peloponnese. It is characterized as one of the most essential Greek historic sightseeing, with its roots going dozens of centuries back in time. Ancient Olympia is the cradle of the ancient and modern Olympic Games and every four years, the ‘holy flame’ is being born according to the traditional ancient way; the symbol of the spirit of the Olympic Games. Read more

The contribution of Greek National Tourism Organization to the Greek Inflatable Boats Society volunteer work

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The Greek Inflatable Boats Society was founded in 1987 and since then constitutes a body that has demonstrated its passion for the sea and the inflatable boat while struggling for the conservation of the marine ecosystem. In 1999 the missions “Life on the Aegean Rocks” were established, aiming not only at pointing out the difficulties of life there, but also at promoting the uniqueness of the small islands of our country. Read more

Fairytale Messinia: All the Greek charm you can get in one area!

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Fascinating history and magnificent archaeological sites, one of a kind landscapes of the Messinian shores under the shadow of the great Taygetus, a “feminine” river, an epic naval battle that changed the flow of Hellenic history, a beach named after cattle’s stomachs and two iconic castles. Messinia Prefecture looks like a fairytale and waits for you to explore it! Read more