connect with us
Greece's latest tourism industry news by Greek Travel Pages (gtp)

Greek Environmental Groups Call for Immediate Fire Prevention Measures

Environmental groups in Greece are calling on officials to bring those responsible for the “deadliest fires in Greek history” to justice.

Zakynthos’ Turtle Nesting Grounds in Danger, Warn Environmental Groups

Four environmental groups are warning that the nesting grounds of the threatened loggerhead sea turtle on the island of Zakynthos are in danger.

Zakynthos’ Caretta Caretta Turtles Happier than Ever

The world's largest hard-shelled turtle, the endangered loggerhead, also known as the Caretta caretta, is enjoying a new lease on life on the Greek island of Zakynthos, which is one of its main nesting grounds.

Costa Navarino True to its Pledge of Safeguarding Wildlife

As part of its responsible tourism and sustainability practices, Costa Navarino is aiming through synergies to protect the ecosystems and rare biodiversity of the Messinia region, where it is located.

Nana Beach Hotel Holds Raising Of Blue Flag Ceremony At Drapanos Beach, Crete

The 2014 Blue Flag officially flies over Drapanos Beach, making it one of the 11 beaches in Hersonissos, Crete, to have earned this prestigious environmental award.

Environmental Groups Slam Greek Coastal Development Bill

Environmental groups in Greece have slammed a draft law on coastal development prepared by the Greek Finance Ministry, claiming it will cause irreversible damage to Greece’s fragile ecosystem and in the long term damage its tourism sector.
off

Environmental Groups Slam New Greek Tourism Bill

Twelve environmental organizations criticized the Greek Tourism Ministry and said it was "destroying nature" throughout Greece with the new bill for Greek tourism that was recently tabled in Parliament.

Zoning Law Causes Friction

The planned zoning law for tourism was one of the key topics for discussion at Prodexpo 2008, the ninth conference-exhibition on the utilization of real estate in Greece and Southeast Europe.