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Mykonos’ Kenshō Resorts Ready to Welcome Guests for Summer 2019

Kenshō Ornos and Psarou, two award-winning five-star resorts located on the Greek island of Mykonos, are ready to welcome their guests for the summer season.

UNESCO Sites in Greece Among 47 in Danger Due to Rising Sea Levels

Rhodes' Medieval City, Corfu's Old Town and Delos are among 47 UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Mediterranean facing the threat of rising sea levels and erosion.

World Premier of Lyric Opera to Be Staged on Delos

The UNESCO World Heritage site of Delos, on October 6 and 7, will host the world premiere of the one-act lyric opera titled, “Hera Descends on Delos”.

Greece Marks August Full Moon with Free Events at Museums and Sites

Greece marks the August full moon with 95 free events at 132 archaeological sites, monuments and museums across the country.

‘Luxury Sail Excursion’ Offers Authentic Greek Experiences on Mykonos

Yacht broker “Luxury Sail Excursion”, based on Mykonos, has upgraded its sailing boats to offer the island's visitors an authentic Greek experience on the sea.

The Telegraph Reveals 20 Secrets of the Greek Islands

The Greek islands and their “secrets” are featured in an extensive article, which was recently published on the website of British daily newspaper The Telegraph.

Bloomberg Reveals the Intimate Side of Mykonos

The beauties and hidden treasures of the island of Mykonos were featured in a photo report published in the online edition of American news agency Bloomberg.

Delos’ Archaeological Museum to Remain Closed in June

The Archaeological Museum of the island of Delos in the Cyclades will remain closed until the end of June due to extraordinary repair works.

Underwater Dig off Delos Uncovers Shipwrecks, Port Structures

A series of underwater excavations carried out off the island of Delos in the Cyclades has brought to the fore ancient coastal structures, a port and shipwrecks.

Portico of Philip V on Delos to Undergo Restoration

The Portico of Philip V at the archaeological site of Delos in the Cyclades will be the first to undergo restoration with funding by the Paul and Alexandra Canellopoulos Foundation.

Free August Full Moon Events Across Greece to Mesmerize

Not one or two but four days of free full moon fun are in store for visitors and locals across Greece in celebration of the August full moon on Thursday, with dozens of archaeological sites and museums including Athens’ Temple of Olympian Zeus, Cape Sounion, the castle town of...

Architect Heim Reveals Vision for New Delos Museum

Distinguished architect Jean-Pierre Heim shared his vision and plans for a new archaeological museum on the Greek island of Delos, with Culture Minister Aristides Baltas earlier this week, at a meeting also attended by Hellenic Association of Tourist & Travel Agencies (fedHATTA)...

August Full Moon Greek Style with Sites, Museums Open to All

A total of 140 events across dozens of archaeological sites, museums and main attractions in Greece, from Athens’ Temple of Olympian Zeus and Cape Sounion to the Theopetra Caves, the castle town of Mystras and the once sacred island of Delos, will welcome the full moon on August...

Archaeological Site of Delos

Delos was one the most important Panhellenic sanctuaries, and, according to mythology, the birth-place of Apollo and Artemis. The first evidence of habitation on the island dates from the 3rd millenium BC, and important remains of the Mycenaean period have been uncovered in the...
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UNESCO’s World Heritage List Includes 17 Greek Monuments

UNESCO's latest update of the World Heritage List refers to 981 properties... 17 of those properties are Greek.

Cosmopolitan Mykonos Entices Discerning Travelers

The brilliant-white, cube-shaped homes and bluegreen seas of Mykonos island are among the most popular images of Greece's island tourism.