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Paros Agnanti Resort to Open its Doors for Summer 2020 on July 1

The Paros Agnanti Resort is getting ready to open its doors and welcome summer guests to the Cycladic island of Paros as of July 1.

Daily Mail Explores Syros, the ‘Italian Masterpiece’

The Greek island of Syros is introduced by the Daily Mail as an undiscovered destination, ideal for summer holidays.

Amorgos Sends Message of Optimism Through Gastronomy

Amorgos is sending a message of optimism, through a video focused on its gastronomy, to potential travelers from around the world.

Covid-19: Major Drop in Passenger Traffic for Greek Ferries

Passenger traffic on Greece's coastal shipping transport services significantly decreased by 76.25 percent between March 16-22.

Serifos Promotes its Tourism Offerings to the International Market

Under the motto “Serifos, all about Cyclades”, the island's municipality will promote Serifos' tourism offerings to travel professionals in Greece and abroad.

CNT: Greece’s Beaches Among Europe’s Best for 2020

The beaches of the Cyclades, the Ionian sea, Crete and the Sporades are among Europe's best for 2020, says Condé Nast Traveller (CNT).

Amorgos Island to Upgrade its Trail Network

The trail network of Amorgos is expected to be upgraded with the addition of new signs, as part of efforts to further develop hiking tourism on the island.

EBRD Proposes Ticketing to Limit Santorini Overtourism

Santorini authorities have teamed up with the EBRD to create a destination management plan that will keep the inflow of tourists at sustainable levels.

T+L Includes Paros Among 50 Best Places to Travel in 2020

The Greek island of Paros is included on Travel + Leisure’s (T+L) list of the 50 Best Places to Travel in 2020.

Nelios Sees Increase of Online Hotel Bookings in Greece

Online hotel bookings in Greece increased by 12.6 percent during the first nine months of 2019, compared to the same period last year, according to a report by Nelios.

Seajets Supports European Rally Champions Chris Ingram and Alexey Lukyanuk

Greek ferry operator Seajets supported drivers who climbed to the first and second place in the final ratings of this year's European Rally Championship (ERC).

EBRD Unveils 10-year Destination Management Plans for Santorini, Rhodes

EBRD has unveiled two pilot destination management schemes for Santorini and Rhodes, setting priorities and providing action plans for the next decade.

Harper’s Bazaar: ‘Elivi Skiathos’ Among Best Greek Island Hotels

The Elivi Skiathos luxury resort, located on the island of Skiathos, has been included in Harper’s Bazaar selection of “The best Greek island hotels”.

Serifos Sunset Race 2019: Ολοκληρώνονται οι ηλεκτρονικές εγγραφές

Οι ηλεκτρονικές εγγραφές για το Serifos Sunset Race 2019 θα παραμείνουν ανοιχτές μέχρι την Κυριακή 8 Σεπτεμβρίου τα μεσάνυχτα.

Fast Ferries Welcomes New High-speed Passenger Ship to Fleet

Greek ferry operator Fast Ferries has added the “Thunder”, a new high-speed passenger ship to its fleet, which now includes four vessels.

National Geographic Explores the ‘Must-try’ Gastronomy of Naxos

Naxos' local products and "must-try meals" are featured in an extensive article published on the website of National Geographic.

Luxury ‘Parīlio Hotel’ Opens on Paros

The newly established Parīlio hotel, a member of the Design Hotels, has opened its doors to welcome guests to the island of Paros.

Daskalio Finds May Carry Secret to Origins of Ancient Greece

Recent discoveries on the islet of Daskalio, off Keros, in the Cyclades, may hold the secret to the birth of Ancient Greece, according to archaeologists.

Greek Ministry Secures EU Funding for Renovation of Cultural Monuments

A number of restoration and renovation projects at cultural sites across Greece have secured EU funding, according to the Greek Ministry of Culture.

ANEK Lines Upgrades Wifi Service on its Ferries

ANEK Lines has launched its new “Wifi on Board” service, aiming to offer an upgraded Internet browsing experience to its passengers.