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Rhodes Marathon Sold Out with Runners from 30 Countries

More than 2,700 runners from 30 countries will participate in the 5th International Rhodes Marathon, scheduled to take place on April 29.

Kallichoron Hotel Invites All to Experience ‘Astypalea in Passion’

As part of the "Astypalea in Passion" initiative, the Kallichoron Hotel is inviting all to experience the island's culture and gastronomy during the upcoming May Day holiday.

Greek Island Culture ‘Window to Greece’, Says Minister

The cultural wealth of the Greek islands is an integral part of the country’s identity serving as a “window to Greece”, said Culture Minister Lydia Koniordou.

Attica Group Applauded for CSR, Technology Initiatives at Tourism Awards 2018

Attica Group, which engages in passenger shipping via the Superfast Ferries and Blue Star Ferries companies, received three honors at the Tourism Awards 2018.

Aegean Cuisine Wins Over New York City

New York recently got a taste of the traditional products and recipes of the Aegean cuisine, during a special event at the James Beard House.

Rhodes Gearing Up for 5th Int’l Marathon Next Month

The Dodecanese island of Rhodes is getting ready to welcome thousands of runners to the 5th International "Roads to Rhodes" Marathon set for April 29.

Blue Star Ferries Once Again Supports ‘Roads to Rhodes’ Marathon

Blue Star Ferries is the official sea transport sponsor of the 5th “Roads to Rhodes” Marathon and has announced special discounts to participants.

Greece Presents its Tourism Offerings to Russian Market

Representatives of nine Greek regions recently gathered in Moscow to present Greece's tourism offerings, as part of the Greece–Russia Year of Tourism 2017-2018.

Kos Seeking Spot for Hippocrates ‘Father of Medicine’ on UNESCO List

Island officials are vying to include the “Father of Medicine” - Hippocrates of Kos - on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Forbes Places Karpathos Among Budget Travel Picks for 2018

Forbes has included the island of Karpathos in the Dodecanese among the best budget places to travel in 2018, based on the preferences of tourism experts.

PM Tsipras: Kalymnos’ Diving Tourism a Top Priority

Tapping into Kalymnos’ vast diving legacy as well as newly emerging tourism experiences such as climbing, are among the government’s top priorities.

Astypalea’s Kallichoron Hotel Supports Children Through CSR Policy

As part of its “Room2Give” CSR initiative, the Kallichoron Art Boutique Hotel on Astypalea sponsored this year’s children’s book reading competition “Vivliodromies”.

MTC Group Takes on Astypalea Island Promotion

The municipality Astypalea has assigned MTC Group to design and implement a year-long strategy for the promotion of the island and its tourist product.

Nisyros’ Archaeological Museum Opens Again

The Archaeological Museum of the island of Nisyros has reopened to the public, after remaining closed due to lack of staff.

Karpathos Presents Unique Trail Network at TourNatur 2017

The natural features and unique trail network of Karpathos were presented during the recent TourNatur 2017 alternative tourism exhibition in Düsseldorf.

Rhodes Hosts Environmental, Science and Technology Conference ‘CEST2017’

Rhodes from August 31 to September 2 will host the 15th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST2017).

Russian Media Highlight the ‘Beauties of Kos’

A number of features in the Russian media have highlighted the beauties and the gastronomy of the island of Kos in the Dodecanese.

Increased Traffic in Attica’s Ports Ahead of Aug. 15 Holiday

Thousands of holidaymakers are expected to sail today and during the next days from Attica’s main ports to the islands of the Saronic Gulf, the Dodecanese, Crete and the Cyclades.

Kos Port Resumes Operation After Restoration Works

The port of Kos as of Sunday will reopen to the public and ferry routes will be reinstated, as restoration works have been completed.

Working Group Set Up to Preserve, Promote Rhodes Medieval City

Culture Minister Lydia Koniordou has announced the establishment of a working group with the aim to preserve and promote the Medieval City of Rhodes.