At the very first sight visitors are impressed and captured by Chora’s (means the Town in Greek) stunning position and wonderful architecture. The Aegean sunlight, the austerity of the Cycladic landscape and the playful frolic between shades of white and cyan still enchant the visitors. Even though there has been a great tourism development in...
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About Paxos Paxos, the baby of the Ionian Islands, is a cluster of small islands and rocky islets, the largest of which are Paxi and Antipaxos .They are located 7 miles south of Corfu, at a distance of 8 miles from the coast of Epirus in nort–western Greece and 12 miles from the town of...
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Overshadowed by its flashier neighbours, Koufonisia combine to form a place of sheer, tranquil beauty. Mykonos is one of the Med’s showiest party islands, the Greek counterpart to Ibiza: high-gloss, -cost and -energy, powered by thumping music and late night dinners, a hedonistic playground for hangovers and hookups that can easily become overwhelming. So, just...
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You’re bound to have seen photographs of Lefkada’s world-renowned beaches. But when you arrive, you’ll quickly realise that it is even better in real life. Lefkada – or Lefkas – is  easily accessible, hospitable and lively – a recipe for the perfect summer holiday in the Ionian Sea. Kathisma, Egremni, Porto Katsiki – the most beautiful beaches in the...
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This charming furrier city, whose beauty will most certainly seduce you, is built amphitheatrically on a narrow peninsula, mirrored in Orestiada Lake and nestled in between Grammo and Vitsi Mountains. Sights of Kastoria Tour the lake The best way to explore the city is taking a little tour around the lake starting from the southernmost side up to the northernmost. Take...
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Situated between Kos and Leros, Kalymnos is the fourth largest island in the Dodecanese. It is surrounded by quiet islets, some inhabited only by sheep and goats, others – like Telendos and Pserimos – with just a few houses and tavernas. The Kalymnian landscape is rocky, its majestic mountain slopes fragrant with thyme, sage and...
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Karpenisi has everything: winter sports, modern comforts, entertainment, magnificent mountains, rushing rivers, beautiful gorges, picturesque villages and historic monasteries. On the slopes of the ski resort in Velouhi, families and friends ski, snowboard and play games in the snow. In the monastery of Panagia Prousiotissa, believers bow to the miraculous icon. In Koryschades, you’ll walk...
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Pelion, seems to be the battle-ground of the Gigantomachy, the summer residence of the Olympian Gods and the Mythical land of Centaurs. On the mountain’s peak Thetis married Pileus, after whom the mountain was named. Pileus was the mythical king of the region and father of the famous mythical hero of the Trojan War, Achilles....
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Long a vacation secret of the northern Greeks, Samothrace (or Samothraki) is beginning to open to international tourists—particularly those who enjoy nature in its wilder forms. According to Homer, Samothrace was the island from which Poseidon watched the fall of Troy. Samothrace, a relatively small island in the North Aegean near Turkey, has made one major contribution to...
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Metsovo is one of the most picturesque mountain villages in Greece for good reason. It is situated among towering mountains and very close to the Pindos National Park (Valia Calda) and 2 ski resorts for winter sports enthusiasts. Much of the growth achieved in Metsovo in the economic and cultural sector across the centuries is...
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