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Greece’s Regional Tourism Council Gets Upgraded

Greece’s Regional Tourism Council gains new upgrade role in the decision- and policy-making.

Greece and WHO Discuss Health and Wellness Tourism Cooperation

The World Health Organization (WHO) pledged to support Greece’s actions to further develop health and wellness tourism.

Greece – UK Agree to Strengthen Tourism Cooperation

Ways to further enhance cooperation in tourism topped the agenda of talks this week between Greece and the UK.

Greece and Japan Boost Cooperation in Tourism

Greece and Japan agreed to strengthen cooperation in tourism ahead of the “Greece-Japan Year of Culture and Tourism” in 2024.

Strong Flight Activity in Fall Indicates Longer Tourism Season for Greece

Strong flight activity into fall indicates that the Greek Tourism Ministry’s strategy to extend the season is paying off.

Greece – Bulgaria Agree to Joint Tourism Initiatives in 2024-2026

Greece and Bulgaria are aiming to further strengthen cooperation in tourism in the next two years.

NBG: 2023 May be a Record-breaking Year for Greek Tourism

Greek tourism revenues may reach 21 billion euros this year, surpassing the record previously set in 2019.

Greece Clamps Down on Public Beach Violations Prompted by Angry Citizens

Protests over shoreline use violations, which have seen thousands of umbrellas and seaside bars cover Greek beaches, are increasing.

NBG: Climate Change Boosts Travel Demand for Lesser Known Greek Destinations

Climate change and high temperatures are set to increase demand for lesser known Greek destinations, study finds.

Greece to Launch ‘Rhodes, What You Love is Here’ Campaign

In efforts to restore Rhodes’ reputation and encourage tourism to the island, Greece will launch a new international campaign.

Greek PM Offers Free Weeklong Holiday to Those Affected by Rhodes Fires

Greece’s PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis offered free weeklong holidays for those affected by the fires on Rhodes.

Greek Tourism Ministry Launches Rhodes Recovery Action Plan

The Greek Tourism Ministry announced a set of actions aimed at restoring tourism to Rhodes after the destructive fires.

Greek Hoteliers Expect Strong Dynamic to Lift Tourism Above 2019 Levels

Greek hoteliers expect strong dynamic to continue, pushing tourism performance beyond pre-Covid 2019 levels.

Greek Beaches: Sunbed Overload Leads to Court Enquiry for Shoreline Misuse

Greece’s Supreme Court has ordered an enquiry following claims that beach bars are illegally occupying a number of island beaches.

Rhodes Fires Take Toll on 10% of Greek Island’s Hotel Capacity

The ongoing fires which have ravaged a large part of Rhodes have taken a toll on 10% of the island’s hotel capacity.

Greek Tourism Enterprises Say Incentives Key to ‘Green’ Transition

Greek tourism enterprises are counting on government incentives to move forward with sustainability objectives, according to a study by Deloitte and INSETE.

Ministry to Promote Greece in France Ahead of 2024 Paris Olympics

Greece aims to boost tourist flows from France, with promotional initiatives ahead of the 2024 Olympic Games.

Rhodes is a Frontrunner in Sustainability, Says Tourism Minister

Greece’s tourism minister and Rhodes professionals set priorities with a focus on sustainability.

Greece’s Tourism Sector GDP Contribution Still Down on 2019

Greece’s travel receipts recorded in 2023 are up compared to 2022 but still down over pre-Covid 2019, said Eurobank.

Greek Ferry Operators Offering Discounts for Island Travel

Greek ferry companies including Seajets, Blue Star Ferries, Hellenic Seaways and Golden Star Ferries have announced up to 20% discounts on island routes.