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Celestyal Cruises Increases 2019 Port Calls

Aiming for its passengers to experience the best of the Aegean islands, Celestyal Cruises has announced its 2019 itineraries, which include more port calls.

Cave of the Apocalypse on Patmos Restored

The Cave of the Apocalypse on Patmos, believed to be the spot John the Apostle received his visions recorded in the Book of Revelation, has been renovated with EU funding.

South Aegean Islands ‘Star’ in the International Media

A number of journalists representing major international media outlets visited Greece between January and June 2017 to discover the South Aegean islands.

Aegean Regatta 2017 Race Kicks Off in the Dodecanese

With the participation of 82 boats and crews from 16 countries, the Aegean Regatta 2017 kicked off on August 20 from the island of Patmos in the Dodecanese.

Photographer Denia Panagaki Features the ‘Women of Syros’

The island of Syros in the Cyclades, between August 5 and 25 will host a photo exhibition dedicated to the local female beauty by artist Denia Panagaki.

Celestyal Cruises’ Greek Summer Festival Hosts Popular Artists

As part of its Greek Summer Festival, Celestyal Cruises is hosting a series of concerts, parties and entertainment events onboard its cruise ships.

Nat Geo Traveler Russia Gives Dodecanese Islands Thumbs Up

National Geographic Traveler Russia is recommending the Greek islands of Kos, Kalymnos, Nisyros and Patmos for the summer holidays in its June-August issue released this week.
Posted On 21 Jun 2017

Celestyal Olympia ‘Stars’ in Music Video

Celestyal Cruises recently hosted the Greek urban pop band “REC” on board the "Olympia" cruise ship to shoot the summer scenes of its new video clip.

1st ‘Patmos Revelation’ Event to Highlight Sacred Island as Sports Tourism Destination

The 1st "Patmos Revelation" will host Greek Olympic and world champions, professional and amateur athletes and will include running and open water swimming races.

Conde Nast Traveller Taps into Patmos’ Spiritual Energy

Leading travel magazine Conde Nast Traveller (UK) delves into the spiritual side of Patmos in a 10-page print and online destination feature that appears in the September edition of the publication.
Posted On 08 Sep 2016

Patmos Sacred Music Festival an Ode to the Divine

The 15th Patmos Sacred Music Festival is underway featuring the best performers of the genre with all events free of charge.

Crystal Cruises Opts for Greece over Turkey Due to Safety Concerns

LA-based Crystal Cruises said last week that it would be making stops in Greece instead of neighboring Turkey due to security concerns following a bomb attack in Istanbul that killed 10 tourists on January 12.
Posted On 18 Jan 2016

Greece May See Seaplane Flights as of Summer 2016

Hellenic Seaplanes expects to operate its first hydroplane waterways in Greece as of this summer.
Posted On 11 Jan 2016

Yahoo Lists Top Cruise Destinations, Greece a Favorite

Cruise travel is becoming a big business and all the more travelers are now keen on boarding a luxury liner and seeing the world.

Dodekanisos Seaways Shines at Lloyd’s List Greek Shipping Awards 2015

Greek ferry operator Dodekanisos Seaways was honored with the Passenger Line of the Year award at the recent Lloyd’s List Greek Shipping Awards 2015.
Posted On 15 Dec 2015

US’ Travel Weekly Stimulates Interest in Athens Among Americans

The revival of Athens as an exciting global travel destination is the subject of an in-depth destination and news feature on Greece published in influential US travel trade magazine Travel Weekly this month.
Posted On 23 Nov 2015

Patmos Port Authority Says ‘No’ to Hydroplanes

The Patmos Port Authority is blocking the creation of a hydroplane waterway on the island, which was currently in the last stage of the licensing procedure and expected to start operations in the summer of 2016.
Posted On 16 Nov 2015

Not One, Not Two… but 22 Shipwrecks Come to Light in Greek Archipelago

A 13-day underwater expedition near the Greek islets of Fourni, between the eastern Aegean islands of Samos and Ikaria, revealed an unimaginable treasure a month ago, when marine archaeologists discovered the remains of 22 shipwrecks, some over 2,500 years old.
Posted On 29 Oct 2015

Patmos Film Festival Still Going Strong, Kicks Off on July 23

The 5th International Film Festival of Patmos (IFFP) kicks off on July 23 with some of the finest cinematic offerings as well as workshops and masterclasses.
Posted On 14 Jul 2015

Pet-friendly Beaches in Greece Growing in Number

More and more beaches across mainland Greece and on its islands are welcoming pets, according to media reports citing a recent decision by the shipping ministry in collaboration with the tourism ministry, which designates beaches where pets are allowed to swim.
Posted On 24 Jun 2015
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