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PM Tsipras: Kalymnos’ Diving Tourism a Top Priority

Tapping into Kalymnos’ vast diving legacy as well as newly emerging tourism experiences such as climbing, are among the government’s top priorities.

Ministry Looks into Repatriation of Greek Antiquities from NY

Greek and US authorities are working towards the repatriation of a number of antiquities, which according to media reports were illegally transferred from Greece to New York.

Greece Visitor Numbers Up During Holiday Season

Traditional winter destinations across Greece saw a significant rise in arrivals during the Christmas and New Year holidays.

Tourism in the Peloponnese Gains Momentum

Tourism in the Peloponnese is gaining momentum, which is driven by the area’s upgraded infrastructure and the development of thematic travel products.

Asteras Vouliagmeni Project Gets Go-ahead from Greek Gov’t

Greek ministers have signed a decision for the development works at the Asteras Vouliagmeni site to begin immediately.

PPA has Plans to Upgrade Piraeus Port

The Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) is aiming to attract cruise passengers to explore the city during their stay in Piraeus.

Hellinikon Project Expected to Begin in mid-2018

Deputy Minister of Economy and Development Stergios Pitsiorlas expects works for the multi-million-euro Hellinikon investment project to begin in mid-2018.

‘Cultural Route of Epirus’ to Launch in October 2018

The Cultural Route of Epirus, a project that aims to promote the area’s ancient theaters, is expected to officially launch in October 2018.

Tender Launched for 3-5 Pigadia Ski Center in Central Macedonia

A tender for the 30-year concession of the 3-5 Pigadia, one of the most modern ski centers in Greece, was recently launched.

Florina’s Lehovo Region to Get Hiking Trail Network

The town of Lehovo in Florina, northwestern Macedonia, will get its own hiking path network aiming to highlight the region’s cultural and natural wealth.