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IMIC 2017: The End of Tourism as We Know It

Redefining the way we market and manage tourism and refocusing the attention on the traveler were the key findings of this year’s IMIC 2017 conference.

Santorini Saturation Challenge Tops Mayor’s Agenda

Santorini Mayor Nikos Zorzos spoke of the massive implications of overtourism and lack of government direction during the IMIC 2017 conference recently held on the island.

Santorini IMIC 2017 Opens Dialogue Between Academia & Tourism Stakeholders

Tourism as a field of study, the challenges, solutions and trends, as seen through the eyes of academics, is the focus of a three-day meeting on Santorini.

IMIC 2017 Conference to Explore Greece’s Tourism Prospects

The latest trends in the tourism industry will be on the focus of the IMIC 2017 International Conference to be held October 19-21 on Santorini in Greece.

Cyclades Chamber Calls for Ferry Connection Between Rafina and Syros

The Chamber of Cyclades has called for the island of Syros to be added to a ferry connection that starts out from the port in Rafina.

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Cyclades: The Star Of This Year’s “Gastronomy Days” Festival In Athens

Visitors at the recent "Gastronomy Days" festival that took place in the Greek capital got a good "taste" of the delicious local products, tasty dishes and interesting recipes of the islands of the Cyclades group.

Greek Restaurants To Operate With “Aegean Cuisine” Quality Label This Season

Dozens of Greek businesses have applied for the "Aegean Cuisine" quality label, an initiative launched by the Chamber of Cyclades to promote the wine and gastronomy of the Aegean.

Cyclades Accommodation Owners Briefed On Local E-Booking Service

The Chamber of Cyclades presented its new online booking system (e-booking) through a series of meetings with tourism accommodation owners from the islands of Paros, Syros, Tinos, Andros, Milos, Sifnos, Naxos, Santorini and Mykonos.