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Aria Hotels Expands to the Dodecanese with New Property on Patmos Island

Aria Hotels, a chain of boutique hotels and independent residences, has expanded its presence in the Dodecanese with the opening of the Onar Patmos Hotel.

ANEK Lines Begins Routes to Cyclades and Dodecanese with ‘Prevelis’ Ferry

Greek passenger shipping company ANEK Lines has started its routes from Piraeus to the islands of the Cyclades and Dodecanese with its Prevelis ferry.

Deloitte to Support Greek Islands’ Transition to Climate Neutrality, Circular Economy

Deloitte will develop a new comprehensive strategy for small Greek islands, aiming to support their efforts in tapping into the benefits of the green economy and digital innovation.

Deloitte Prepares Action Plan to Revive Population on Chalki Island

Deloitte has agreed to support the Municipality of Chalki in its efforts to increase the population on the remote Greek island.

European Travel Agents See Greece’s Sustainable Tourism Side

European travel agents had the chance to learn about Greece’s sustainable tourism side through four webinars organized this month by ECTAA and the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO).

Greece Presents its Sustainability Achievements to Travel Agents in UK and Ireland

Greece’s achievements in sustainability were presented to travel agents in the UK and Ireland by the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO).

World Food Gift Challenge 2022: South Aegean Producers Invited to Show their Best

The South Aegean Region is inviting its businesses to take part in the World Food Gift Challenge 2022 event and highlight the “stories” that connect local products with destinations.

UK’s Biggest Media Put the Spotlight on Greece this Year

Some of the UK’s leading travel magazines and newspapers promoted Greece this year as a top destination for summer and autumn holidays.

Zeus International Εxpands Αctivity in the Dodecanese Region

Zeus International has expanded to the Dodecanese region by taking over the management of the Philippion Hotel on Kos.

Grecian Air Announces Seaplane Flights in Greece from September

Grecian Air Seaplanes is entering the Greek market and aiming to launch its first flights in September from the Ionian islands.

Underwater Excavation Off Kasos Uncovers Ancient Shipwrecks and Cargo

Shipwrecks of the Hellenistic, Classical and Roman periods were discovered during an excavation off the Greek island of Kasos in the Dodecanese.

Former Greek Deputy Tourism Minister Appointed Professor at Aegean University

Manos Konsolas, Greece's former deputy tourism minister, has been appointed Professor at the University of the Aegean.

Over Half of Hotels on South Aegean Islands Follow Covid-19 Health Protocols

Over half of the hotels on the Greek islands in the South Aegean Region are operating under health protocols against Covid-19, says an ITEP analysis.

South Aegean Islands Promoted as Sports Tourism Destinations – Video

The South Aegean Region has released a new video to promote the Cyclades and Dodecanese islands as prime sports tourism destinations.

New Tourism Campaign Launches for South Aegean Islands

The South Aegean Region has launched a new digital campaign to promote the Greek islands of the Cyclades and the Dodecanese to European source markets.

Cyclades – Dodecanese Isles Winning Over Tourists After Covid-19

Between July 1-16, five Greek islands welcomed a total of 682 international flights and 89,560 travelers, according to data provided by the South Aegean Region.

Attica Group Gets Three Honors at Loyalty Awards 2020

Attica Group has won three honors for its “Seasmiles” loyalty program for travelers at the Loyalty Awards 2020.

Underwater Treasures of Leros Highlighted in German Media

Germany's "Tauchen" travel magazine highlights Leros, a tiny Greek island in the Dodecanese, as a prime diving destination due to its underwater treasures.

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.

Preservation of Rhodes’ Medieval Town a Priority, Say Greek Ministers

The ministries of tourism and culture are working on a five-part agreement for the protection, conservation, and promotion of Rhodes’ Medieval City.