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Local Products, Art, Music to be Featured in 6th Cretan Diet Festival

The city of Rethymno on Crete will host the 6th Cretan Diet Festival and feature the island's most popular products such as wine and olive oil.

Greek Marinas Association Prepares Action Plan

Aiming to tap into new markets, the Greek Marinas Association is preparing a two-year action plan to promote sailing tourism and marina industry activities.

Thessaloniki Port Authority Management Has Big Plans

Transforming Thessaloniki port into a gateway to the Balkans is the priority of a consortium of three companies, which have stepped in as the port’s new managers.

UK Holiday Scamsters Could Face Jail, Foreign Office Adds Greece to List

The UK’s Foreign Office added Greece to destinations frequented by UK travelers, where there has been an increase in false holiday sickness claims.

EC Slaps Google with €2.42bn Fine for Breaching EU Antitrust Rules

Internet search engine Google has been slapped with a record 2.42 billion euro fine by EU antitrust regulators for abusing its market dominance.

Halkidiki Gets International Exposure Through Fam Trips

The Halkidiki Tourism Organization has held 10 fam trips from April to June, as part of its efforts to promote the region’s destinations to markets abroad.

Nana Beach Hotel Adds ‘Nami’ to Group of Restaurants

The Nana Beach Hotel on Crete has added "Nami" to its variety of restaurants and now offers a “wave” of Asian tastes and flavors to its guests.

‘Syros Trimore Triathlon 2017’ Attracts Global Interest

The Cycladic island of Syros hosted more than 2,500 athletes, coaches and attendees from eleven countries, during the 2nd Syros Trimore Triathlon.

Experiencing Two Sides of Greece

To fully experience all that Greece has to offer, it would be best to create a vacation itinerary that combines both its modern side and it's ancient past.

Tourism on Eastern Aegean Islands Regains Momentum

Tourism flows across the Eastern Aegean islands, which bore the brunt of the refugee crisis, have begun to pick up pace, according to sector professionals.

AEGEAN Partners with Giannis Antetokounmpo in ‘Greece by Greeks’ Campaign

AEGEAN and NBA star Giannis Antetokounmpo are revealing Greece’s travel "secrets" to the world through the "Greece by Greeks" campaign.

Trump Travel Ban Set to Take Effect

The US Supreme Court has lifted a block on an executive order banning nationals from six Muslim countries from entering the US for a 90-day period over the summer.

North Aegean Nature Projects to Get €1.5m Cash Injection

North Aegean Region Governor Christiana Kalogirou has allotted 1.5 million euros for projects, which will highlight the unique ecosystems of the islands.

Marine Tours to Be Honored as a ‘Brand with History’

Marine Tours will be honored for its long history and commitment to the travel industry during the “Brands with History” event, organized by the Ecali Club.

Aphrodite Beach Resort Hotel Opens New ‘BLUE’ Restaurant on Mykonos

The Aphrodite Beach Resort Hotel on Mykonos has opened its new “BLUE” fine dining restaurant and is offering guests the opportunity to experience and enjoy a menu with unique creations.

Hilton Athens Invites All to its Own ‘Galaxy’

The Galaxy Bar & Restaurant of Hilton Athens is inviting Athenians and visitors to indulge into a unique culinary experience this summer.

Tourism to Crete Boosts Alcohol Consumption

Robust tourism flows and higher incomes have sent alcohol consumption on the island of Crete to new heights in the first five months of 2017.

Xenia 2017 Expo to Introduce Greek Hoteliers to Digital World at ‘Digi Hotel’ Event

"Digi Hotel", one of the main events of Greece's upcoming Xenia 2017 tourism trade show, will inform Greek hoteliers on everything they need to know about the digital world.

Economy Minister: Greece to See Signs of Growth, More Investments in 2017

The Greek economy will mark the first signs of growth this year and see an increase in investments, according to Economy and Development Minister Dimitris Papadimitriou.

EU Funds Breathe Life into South Aegean Region

South Aegean Regional Governor Giorgos Hadjimarkos recently underlined the importance of European Union funds for the region.