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Kalamaki Beach Resort Promises Safe Holidays in the Peloponnese

The Kalamaki Beach Resort, located in Isthmia in the Peloponnese, has reopened its doors and is providing guests with safe holidays.

Greece Among Countries Still Slow to Regulate Short-term Rentals

Greece is among a handful of countries in the European Union that has not legislated on short-term rental practices, according to a survey by EY.

World’s First Firm to Make Low Season Travel the Next Big Thing

Prompted by the Covid-19 pandemic, "Low Season Traveller" recently launched to offer travel experiences off-season for the first time.

Porto Palace Hotel Promises a Safe Stay in Thessaloniki

The Porto Palace Hotel Thessaloniki has opened its doors with the promise to offer a safe stay to the visitors of Greece's northern port city.

Xanemo Sailing on Naxos to Restart Sea Experiences on July 15

Xanemo Sailing, based on Naxos, will resume operations on July 15 to once again offer unique sailing experiences and adventures to its customers.

Google: Online Searches for Greek Destinations Double Globally

Online searches for Greek destinations on Google has doubled worldwide, showing the strong interest of potential holidaymakers for the country.

Acropolis Museum’s Annual Performance Positive Despite Covid-19

The Acropolis Museum in Athens, welcomed a total of 1,283,125 visitors from June 2019 to May 2020 despite its forced closure on March 14 due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Cyprus Airways: Flights to Greece, Switzerland, Israel on Summer Program

Cyprus Airways has announced flights from Larnaca, Cyprus, to five destinations in Greece, as well as to Switzerland and Israel for the summer of 2020.

Polis Grand Hotel in Athens Reopens its Doors

The Polis Grand Hotel in Athens center has reopened its doors with the well-being of its guests as its top priority.

Liostasi Hotel & Suites on Ios Ready to Welcome Guests on July 10

The luxury Liostasi Hotel & Suites, on the Greek island of Ios, is getting ready to open its doors and begin welcoming guests as of July 10.

OECD Revises Covid-19 Outlook for Greece

OECD revised its previous forecast for Greece, regarding the impact of Covid-19, estimating that the country’s economy will contract at a smaller rate this year compared to the eurozone average.

Aria Hotels Opens its Doors for the Greek Summer Season

Aria Hotels has opened its properties on mainland Greece and the islands for the 2020 summer season.

Celestyal Named Exclusive Cruise Partner of ‘The Hellenic Initiative’

Celestyal Cruises has been announced corporate ambassador and exclusive cruise partner of The Hellenic Initiative, an international non-profit organization.

Mastercard Offers Technology Knowhow for the Restart of Greek Tourism

Mastercard is offering its technology knowhow for the development of new tools that will support Greece's efforts to restart its tourism sector.

Crete Invites Travelers to Enjoy Authentic Experiences this Summer

The Region of Crete has launched a new tourism campaign inviting travelers to enjoy the authentic experiences the island is offering this summer.

Flegra Collection Gradually Opens its Hotels in Halkidiki

The Flegra Collection Hospitality group has announced the gradual reopening of its hotels in Halkidiki, which are all in line with Covid-19 health protocols.

Kenshō Psarou on Mykonos: Opening on July 2

The five-star Kenshō Psarou resort on Mykonos is ready to open its doors and welcome its guests as of July 2.

Vigla Hotel on Amorgos Puts Safety First for Guests

The Vigla Hotel on Amorgos has undertaken all the necessary health and safety measures to open its doors on July 1 and welcome its guests.

‘Athens is Back’ Initiative to Revive City’s Market

The Athens Municipality and the city’s traders union have launched the “Athens is Back” initiative, which offers businesses and cultural bodies the chance to promote their discounts and products.

Makedonia Airport Welcomes Passengers with Thessaloniki’s Tourism Logo

The staff of Makedonia Airport are welcoming international passengers to Thessaloniki with the tourism logo of the Greek northern city on their face masks.