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Five-star Tax Dodgers Uncovered by Greek Revenue Inspectors

Greek tax inspectors recently proceeded with checks to over 700 accommodation facilities, including five-star hotels and rooms to let, throughout Greece.
Posted On 17 Aug 2017

More Ancient Treasures Come to Light at Kythira Shipwreck

More ancient treasures were uncovered by marine archaeologists at underwater excavations of the legendary shipwreck, the Mentor, at Kythira.
Posted On 17 Aug 2017

Mykonos Launches E-contest Seeking Island Promotion Agent

The Municipality of Mykonos has launched an international open competition for the implementation of a 12-month promotional strategy of the Greek island.
Posted On 16 Aug 2017

Greek Tourism Set to Attract €4.1bn in Investments

A total of €4.1 billion in tourism investments & €3.2 billion in up-coming projects are set to cement the sector as a key driver of the Greek economy. 
Posted On 14 Aug 2017

Athens a Top Pick for Chinese Travelers

Chinese holidaymakers are choosing Athens as a leading destination for their travels in the coming 12 months, according to a recent survey.
Posted On 14 Aug 2017

Product Price Hikes Across 32 Greek Isles as of Jan. 1

Products and services on 32 islands in the Dodecanese and North Aegean Region will go up as of January 1, 2018, due to new VAT rates.
Posted On 11 Aug 2017

Too Many Tourists Causing Disruption, Europeans Getting Fed Up

Residents at cities across Europe are telling tourists to go home after the massive inflows of travelers are making life a burden at many destinations.
Posted On 11 Aug 2017

Increased Traffic in Attica’s Ports Ahead of Aug. 15 Holiday

Thousands of holidaymakers are expected to sail today and during the next days from Attica’s main ports to the islands of the Saronic Gulf, the Dodecanese, Crete and the Cyclades.

Kos Port Resumes Operation After Restoration Works

The port of Kos as of Sunday will reopen to the public and ferry routes will be reinstated, as restoration works have been completed.

Tinos Featured on Romanian TV as Pilgrimage Destination

The island of Tinos in the Cyclades and its significance as a pilgrimage destination will be featured on a TV show of the Romanian public broadcaster TVR.

Egialia Hosts Wine Festival, Features Local Vineyards and Wineries

Egialia, located in the Peloponnese, between August 17 and 27 will host the “Oinoxenia" festival, dedicated to local wines and delicacies.

Συνεργασία Cyclades Trail Cup και Seajets

Η ακτοπλοϊκή εταιρία Seajets δημοσίευσε στο "Seajets Magazine", το περιοδικό που έχει μέσα στα πλοία της, ένα δίγλωσσο αφιέρωμα για το Cyclades Trail Cup.

TUI Reports Strong Q3 Performance, Expects Good Year

TUI Group recorded turnover growth of 16.41 percent to €4.94 billion with EBITA climbing 18.7 percent to €191.0 million in the Q3 2016/17 period.

Aria Hotels Opens Art Space in Chania, Crete

Aiming to attract art lovers, the Aria Hotels recently inaugurated an art space under the name “Aria Concept Store” in the heart of Chania on Crete.

Poseidonion Grand Hotel and ‘Nixon’ Extend Greek Summer with Unique Cocktails

The Poseidonion Grand Hotel on Spetses is joining forces with Athens' Nixon Bar Restaurant to introduce its guests to unique tastes and cocktail flavors.

Working Group Set Up to Preserve, Promote Rhodes Medieval City

Culture Minister Lydia Koniordou has announced the establishment of a working group with the aim to preserve and promote the Medieval City of Rhodes.

‘Thessaloniki 360ᵒ’ App Features City’s Landmark Sites

The Region of Central Macedonia has launched the “Thessaloniki 360ᵒ” application for mobile phones and tablets that includes information on the city’s sites of attraction.

Creta Maris Supports ‘Green Soap’ Recycling Program

As part of its environmentally friendly policy, the Creta Maris Beach Resort is participating in the “Green Soap” recycling program, run by the "Clean Hands" organization.

Crete to Host Photo Exhibition on South America’s ‘Green’ Areas

The Municipal Gallery of Agios Nikolaos on Crete will host a photo exhibition during August 14-28, featuring South America’s main areas of environmental interest.

Epidavros’ Residents, Visitors Walk the ‘Greek Paths of Culture’

Epidavros residents and visitors can now come closer to history and the environment while walking on the “Greek Paths of Culture” that recently opened in Epidavros in the Peloponnese.