Greece’s Top 5 Destinations to Experience Greek Easter — Greek City Times

There is something extra special about Greece over the Easter period, with so many religious festivities taking place and centuries-old traditions and customs coming to life during Greek Orthodox Easter. Holy Week is one of the country’s greatest celebrations, commemorating the Passion of Christ and celebrating His Resurrection on Easter Sunday. Here is our pick of the Top 5 destinations to …

10 places in Greece that will probably surprise you | www.telegraph.co.uk

Greece isn’t all golden beaches and cat-filled tavernas. Here are 10 attractions you wouldn’t expect.  Impressions of Switzerland The first prize for the most un-Greek experience in this country of sandy beaches, crystalline waters and sun-bleached landscapes must surely go to the Odontotos (“Toothy”) rack railway, so take a ride on a train that’s more Swiss than Greek. Running for 23km from …

Greece’s Top 10 beaches for 2019 — Greek City Times

With so many islands to choose from and even more beaches to check-out, we are always willing to share one more list announcing “the best beaches” in Greece. The world’s leading travel platform TripAdvisor has just announced the 10 best Greek beaches according to the 2019 Travelers’ Choice Awards, based on reviews by millions of travelers! 1.Balos Lagoon | Kissamos, Greece Turquoise …

Top 7 Natural Spas of Greece |www.blog.visitgreece.gr

In Greece, well-being has a long history. The thermal springs of Greece have alleviated ailments, revitalised and relaxed body and soul for centuries. There are 20 recognised thermal springs in Greece. Here is a pick of the best.  1. Edipsos, Evia The oldest spa in Greece, Edipsos is mentioned in the works of Aristotle and Plutarch. It is possible to …

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New video to promote Greece as the summer destination

Discover Greece have released their latest video promoting the country as a tourism destination. The project is part of a new campaign launched by Marketing Greece, a tourism marketing organization founded by the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE). Organizers hope to engage social media users with the hashtags #OhMyGreece and #unlockthefeeling

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Spring Holidays in Greece | Discover Greece

Warm weather, nature in full bloom and unique customs. Spring in Greece is an experience not to be missed. Spring in Greece The Aegean islands, pared down to naked rock in summer, are a tapestry of thousands of wildflowers and herbs in spring. The valleys and plateaus in the mountains and on Crete are variations on a theme of green, while almond …

Top 10 Private Islands For Sale in Greece | GreekReporter.com

If sailing the blue seas of the Mediterranean sea and specifically Greece is no longer enough, maybe you are in need of your own private hideaway. Now that many of us in the northern hemisphere are beginning to tire of the bleak white/gray/black palette of winter, here comes some great news. You do not have to be a billionaire to …

Greece’s Dry-stone Walls Are Handmade Wonders | Greece Is

When sailing around with my guests in Greece I get many questions about the drystone walls that are a very common sight on the Greek islands. The local names for them vary from region to region, but Greece’s drystone walls all share common elements. These masterpieces of folk architecture, crafted using the simplest of materials, invariably enrich the environment, turning …

Greece’s most amazing therapeutic spas | Greek City Times

Over the last few years, spa tourism has become yet another major attraction in Greece, with hotels around the country – and throughout the year – making the best of the incredible diversity and wealth of the Greek landscapes, stunning views of the sea and forests, hot springs and increasingly sophisticated expertise in therapies. In 2017, Greece’s spas grabbed 15 …

Drone Video Captures The Glory Of Mycenae, The Enigmatic Stronghold Of The Bronze Age ‘Greeks’ — Greece High Definition

The fortified late Bronze Age settlement of Mycenae in the Argolid plain, which gives its name to the Mycenaean civilization, is an enigma of history. Possibly dated from circa 1600 BC, the stronghold was inhabited for around five centuries, and possibly reached its peak at circa 1350 BC, when the population reached over 30,000 people. This apical stage of the Mycenaean …