Santorini in the 10 romantic islands by USA Today
Aug06

Santorini in the 10 romantic islands by USA Today

Santorini was among the 10 most romantic islands you’ll fall in love with by USA Today. As USA Today says: On this volcanic island afloat in the Aegean Sea, Eros, the winged god and son of Aphrodite, inspires passion among travelers. Crescent-shaped Santorini reigns supreme among romantics for its hillside whitewashed villas, eternal sunshine and ouzo-clear ocean. Stop in cosmopolitan capital Fira for expansive views of its...

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Matala from above by Chania SkyArt
Jul11

Matala from above by Chania SkyArt

Skyart’s drone flew over the beautiful, scenic and historic beach of Matala, South Crete, and highlighted the natural beauty of rocky caves. Let’s not forget that this is the most popular beach of the hippies movement in the 1970s …     Matala is a small seaside village and a famous beach of southern Crete in the prefecture of Heraklion. Their position is on the west coast of Pyrgiotisis province. Matala...

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Kleftiko Milos
Jul08

Kleftiko Milos

In the southwest corner of Milos you will find Kleftiko, a cluster of impressive volcanic white rocks in the turquoise waters of the Aegean. It is also known as “Meteora of the sea”. Kleftiko is a complex of impressive volcanic white rocks, created by the waves of the sea and the air, in the turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea. Its photographs adorn the most tourist guides that advertise Greece and have become the trademark...

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Minoan bull leaper
Jul06

Minoan bull leaper

The “Minoan bull leaper” is a bronze group of a bull and leaper in the British Museum. It is the only known largely complete three-dimensional sculpture depicting Minoan bull-leaping. Although bull leaping certainly took place in Crete at this time, the leap depicted is practically impossible and it has therefore been speculated that the sculpture may be an exaggerated depiction. This speculation has been backed up by the...

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Mylopotamos beach
Jul02

Mylopotamos beach

Mylopotamos is a beach, and one of the most famous beaches in Greece. It has won blue flags and has been photographed by many international magazines. It is located at a distance of about 55 km away from Volos and just 7km. from Tsagarada. We are basically talking about a double beach that is divided into two by a huge rock with a hole-gallery in its center, which offers protection from the air and shade for the sun. The beach has...

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Cretan hospitality
May20

Cretan hospitality

Greek National Mountain Running Championship – Promotional Video Kritsa, Municipality of Agios Nikolaos, Crete – 4/6/2017 Organized by: Hellenic Athletics Federation (SEGAS) & Cultural Athletic Organization of Agios Nikolaos Municipality (PAODAN)  

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What it means to Be Greek!
May14

What it means to Be Greek!

The world owes a huge cultural debt to...

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Giola natural pool in #Thassos
Apr30

Giola natural pool in #Thassos

Giola natural pool in #Thassos, #holidaygr passion for ☼ #Greece This pool is called Afrodite’s tear, according to a legend, Zeus created the pool for her so she could swim in it. According to another legend, the pool is an eye with which Zeus oversaw his mistress. Giola is a natural rocky pool that is located in the region of Astris. The height of the rocks reaches up to 8m from where the swimmers can dive into the clear...

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Sifnos Run 2017
Apr29

Sifnos Run 2017

Sifnos Municipality under the auspices of EAS SEGAS Cyclades, organize the 1st Road Struggle in Sifnos under the name “Sifnos Run”. Race is part of the events “MARATHON TEAM GREECE by MARIA POLYZOU”. Date of Conduct: Sunday 30 April 2017 and start time 10:00 am Start and End: The port office of Sifnos in Kamares. Races: There will be three races: one with a distance of 10 km, one with a distance of 5 km and a...

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Dancing hasapiko in Mykonos
Apr11

Dancing hasapiko in Mykonos

A unique and distinctive dance spectacle enjoyed those found at the old port of Mykonos on the day on Palm Sunday. A group of 400 amateur dancers of all ages wearing the traditional greek naval caps danced to the rythm of hasapiko and other traditional Greek dances giving festive tone a few days before Easter and marking the start of this year’s tourist season. The dancers, aged 8-70 years, did their best dancing in famous...

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