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Halkidiki: Aristotle Municipality Renews Bike Friendly Certification

Having renewed its NatTour Bike Friendly certification, the Aristotle Municipality in Halkidiki will look to attract tourists from cycling tourism markets in central European countries.

Eastern Halkidiki – Lebanon Team Up for Tourism

Eastern Halkidiki is reaching out to the Lebanese market aiming to boost tourist flows.

Greek Fish ‘Tsipoura’ Gets Quality Badge

Greek sea breams raised in aquaculture plants in Eastern Halkidiki now have a quality badge, the Aristotle Municipality has announced.

Eastern Halkidiki Travel Packages Introduced to Polish Tour Operators

Polish tour operators were introduced to the diverse travel packages for holidays in Eastern Halkidiki, Northern Greece.

Eastern Halkidiki Promoted as Pilgrimage Destination to the Lebanese

Pilgrimage tourism in Eastern Halkidiki was promoted to Lebanese journalists during a fam trip held by the Aristotle Municipality.

Eastern Halkidiki Forms Tourism Ties with Sicilian Cities

The Aristotle Municipality in Eastern Halkidiki held a tourism roadshow in Sicily aiming to strengthen tourism and cultural ties with local officials and travel professionals.

Aristotle Municipality Promotes Halkidiki Travel Packages in Malta

Representatives of the Municipality of Aristotle in Eastern Halkidiki promoted the area’s tourism offerings to travel professionals in the city of Valletta, Malta.

Aristotle Municipality Looks to Grow Religious Tourism Flows from Russia

The Municipality of Aristotle in Halkidiki, northern Greece, is aiming to attract more Russian tourists to its religious sites.

Wine Network Agreed Between Greek and German Municipalities

The mayors of Aristotle in Greece and Freiburg in Germany have agreed to establish a wine network between the two municipalities.

Halkidiki’s Beauty ‘Stars’ in Foreign Music Video

The beauties of Halkidiki in northern Greece are being promoted through a new music video released by Gerald Ahern & Labis, a band of Irish and Greek musicians.