Breathtaking beauty, traditional architecture and experiences that will have you returning for more.
Gorges, rivers, dense forests, steep slopes, natural pools, rocky peaks, such as the seemingly sculpted Astraka peak, and the so-called “Dragon Lakes” (drakolimnes) – the dwelling places of dragons, according to local legend – await the more adventurous traveler. Read more
Five reasons to visit this great winter destination, including winter sports, quaint villages and natural thermal springs
The once-quiet village where people stopped to buy folk art before reaching Delphi, is now the winter equivalent of Mykonos.
Nestled on Mt Parnassos, Arachova is a town that has been transformed into a popular destination for those seeking winter sports and relaxation. It sits at an altitude of 973 meters and its main road is always busy with visitors. Thanks to its proximity to Athens, the winter months see it buzzing on weekends with city slickers escaping the rat race for a break in the refreshing mountain air. Follow their footsteps and find out why this place is so adored by both Greeks and foreigners alike.
This is the most wonderful time of the year in these hand-picked mountainous villages.
As 2016 draws to a close, we’ve got the pressure of celebrating a grand New Year that will make the next year a little bearable. New Year celebrations are indulgent and exciting, and we’ve all looked forward to it throughout the year. Read more
As well as its important place in ancient Greek mythology and history, Kythera has an association with Australia going back a hundred years.
Greece is one of the most beautiful place in the world, with its history, its landscapes, its people and its amazing sea. One of the best way to discover this land is with a boat: you will be free to go wherever you want, see all the beautiful beaches and islands you want, far from the chaos and from all the tourists. Read more
Why the Sporades?
Beautiful nature, warm population. Not a massive touristic destination. Cheaper than many other European Countries.
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
Arachthos, the emerald choice of rafting enthousiasts
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