Santorini is famous in many ways. Sunset, lifestyle, elegance, etc. But this Greek gem has more to offer. For example a Sea Kayaking tour! A unique paddling experience, visiting the islands diverse beaches, swimming and snorkelling.
This was a scenic drive from Athens, just 69km away from the capital. There were kilometres and kilometres of gleaming Aegean Sea, swimmers, mountains, and villas. In mythology, it is the place where Aegeus, the king of Athens jumped to his death in despair, believing his son Theseus had died in Crete. Read more
To me, Edessa is a place I can feel at home and also the place the majority of my relatives live. There is family around and many people to see and visit. Something I always can’t wait to see is the stunning view of Edessa’s surrounds from the point called ‘Psilo Vraho’ (literally translated as tall cliff). It is green, mountainous and dotted with fields and villages. In the distance you can see a monastery called ‘Agia Triada’ (Holy Trinity) and almost right beside it is an area named Logos – the Ancient City of Edessa. Read more
Just picture it. You are laying on a sunbed, ice-cold drink in your hand with the hot Mediterranean sun on your face. A gentle sea breeze flows through your hair as the soft sound of waves spilling up onto the shore washes over you. You lean off the edge of your sunbed and drape your hand down into the silky white sand, letting the grains slip through your fingertips. Is this paradise, heaven? Close, this is Greece. Read more
Crisp and intensely aromatic biscuits for a very festive morning!
In Metsovo, one of the most beautiful villages of Epirus, the first snow usually falls right before Christmas and the luxurious new “Grand Forest Metsovo” hotel, very close to the area’s ski center, creates the appropriate atmosphere, adorning trees and all spaces, such as the large living room with the fireplace and the restaurant with the breathtaking views, with countless fairy lights. The parents enjoy moments of relaxation at the fully equipped “Fontus Spa” while the children play at the brand new playground. Read more
They shyly made their appearance in 2010, but in recent years wine bars have been constantly spreading, in the center of Athens and beyond. In their usually small but charming spaces, we hang out with friends, we relax with a glass of wine, we get to know the labels of both foreign and Greek wine producers and we taste simple side dishes but also wine-and-food-pairing suggestions. Read more