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TEMES-Costa Navarino Adapts Strategy to UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals

TEMES SA, the development company of Costa Navarino, has issued the 2017 edition of its Sustainability Report, which is based on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations.

Astir Odysseus Kos Resort Honored at Treasures of Greek Tourism 2018 Awards

The Astir Odysseus Kos Resort & Spa, located on the island of Kos, was awarded with the Best Performing Companies Certificate at the Treasures of Greek Tourism 2018 awards.

Rhapsody Travel Among Best Performing Greek Companies in 2018

Athens-based Rhapsody Travel has been included among the Best Performing Companies for 2018 at the 2nd Treasures of Greek Tourism Awards.
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Greece Aims To Attract Upscale Tourists

Greece will try to attract an upmarket tourist clientele by boosting new investments, upgrading offered services and developing new and attractive tourism products, Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni told the Mediterranean Luxury Travel Summit in Athens on 7 October.
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Greek Parliament Passes New Tourism Bill

The Greek Parliament passed a new tourism bill on 31 July in an effort to simplify procedures to support tourism entrepreneurship, restructure the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) and reduce administrative burdens to facilitate investment.

Mckinsey Study: New National Growth Model For Greece

The Greek tourism sector contributed (directly and indirectly) some 27 billion euros to the Greek GDP in 2010 and could increase that contribution to 45 billion euros annually by 2021 through a series of initiatives and investments, according to the study “Greece 10 Years Ahead”...

Conference Tourism Remains Strong

Ever larger numbers of Greek hoteliers have invested heavily in conference facilities over the past years. So far, the investment has paid off. Expenses have been covered royally as income from conference organization is substantial.

Strintzis Launches Blue Star I

Strintzis Lines launched the first of a new group of luxury passenger ferries recently at the Dutch shipyard van der Giessen-de Noord. After the ship received the blessings of a Greek Orthodox priest, Dutch Transport, Public Works and Water Management Minister Tiny Netelenbos...

Four New Superfast Ferries In The Baltic Sea In 2001

Superfast Ferries (Attica Enterprises) announced plans last month to deploy four brand new ultramodern car-passenger ferries - Superfast VII, VIII, IX and Χ - in the Baltic Sea in 2001.