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Overnight Stays at Thessaloniki Hotels Rise in First Half of Year

Thessaloniki hotels are seeing a rise in the number of overnight stays for the first half of 2017, according to the city's hotels association.
Posted On 03 Aug 2017

SEPE Imposes Fines Worth €1.87m on Greek Tourism Businesses

Greece's Labor Inspection Body (SEPE) recently imposed hefty fines on businesses active in the Greek tourism sector for labor violations.
Posted On 03 Aug 2017

Porto Carras Grand Resort: Discover Elegance and Luxury at its Finest this Summer

Are you looking to play golf, dive into crystal clear waters, sample the finest wines or simply relax? Visit the Porto Carras Grand Resort this summer!
Posted On 03 Aug 2017

Greek Ports Busy as August Exodus from Athens Kicks Off

Increased passenger traffic is expected at the ports of Piraeus, Rafina and Lavrion as August is the month that most Greeks take their summer vacation.
Posted On 02 Aug 2017

Kountoura Calls on Central Greece to Capitalize on its Tourism Potential 

Greek Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura called on regional authorities to tap into local offerings ensuring sustainable growth across sectors and communities. 
Posted On 02 Aug 2017

‘Gay September in Greece’ Campaign Highlights Country’s Best for LGBT Tourists

Greece's best destinations for gay vacations will be highlighted in a new campaign to attract LGBT holidaymakers to the country during September.
Posted On 02 Aug 2017

Hollywood Stars, VIPs Love Greece, its Islands and Sun 

Everyone from A-rated Hollywood actors and popular athletes to fun-loving fashionistas and sexy models are taking in a bit of sea and sun in Greece.
Posted On 01 Aug 2017

Hotels in Malia, Crete, Saying ‘No’ to Rowdy Foreign Tourists

Malia, Crete, is turning away rowdy tourists in an effort to repair a tainted reputation due to visitors that flock the town and drink till they drop.
Posted On 01 Aug 2017

Culture Ministry to Re-submit Request for Amphipolis Funding

Culture ministry officials will meet next week with Central Macedonia Region and NSRF authorities to discuss funding for the Amphipolis project.
Posted On 28 Jul 2017

Kos’ Archaeological Museum Reopens on July 29

The Archaeological Museum of Kos will reopen to the public on Saturday, July 29, as it remained closed for a week, following a strong earthquake last week.