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Neptune Hotels Gives €700 Bonus to Each Staff Member

A bonus of 700 euros will be issued to all employees of the Neptune Hotels Resort, Convention Centre & Spa on the Greek island of Kos.

Athens Continues ‘Battle’ Against Graffiti

The Municipality of Athens recently wrapped up a major graffiti cleanup operation in the area of Larissis Station square and at the Dexameni park in Ano Petralona.

Properties on Mykonos, Paros, Santorini in High Demand by Foreigners

Mykonos, Paros and Santorini have the highest property rates in proportion to demand as the local real estate market continues its upward trend.

Greece’s ‘CapsuleT’ Announced Best Accelerator at South Europe Startup Awards 2022

CapsuleT, Greece’s tourism startup accelerator, was honored with the title of “Best Accelerator/Incubator Program” at the South Europe Startup Awards (SESA) 2022.

Domes Aulūs Zante Opens After €13.5m Renovation

Following an extensive 13.5-million-euro renovation, the luxury Domes Aulūs Zante resort opened its doors this month on Zakynthos and is welcoming guests.

August 2022 Music and Cultural Festivals in Greece

A number of music and cultural events will take place this August at island and mainland destinations in Greece.

Greece Not Yet the Ideal Destination for Digital Nomads, Says Study

Slow internet, poor connectivity and lagging social and economic conditions are keeping Greece off digital nomads’ wish lists, found a NordLayer study.

Lesante Collection Adds New Hotel on Zakynthos to Portfolio

The Lesante Cape resort on Zakynthos opened its doors recently as the latest addition to the roster of the award-winning Lesante Collection group.

T+L Travel Expert Recommends Patmos Island as 2022 Vacation Spot

The Greek island of Patmos is among the favorite vacation spots for 2022 included on a list made up by Travel + Leisure’s top international travel experts.

Beaches in Messolongi, Amfilochia, Astakos Now Accessible to People with Disabilities

Beaches in Messolongi, Amfilochia and Astakos now have SEATRAC mobility ramps, offering unassisted sea access to people with disabilities and mobility issues.

Kefalonia: Argostoli Archaeological Museum Set to Undergo Reconstruction

The Greek Culture Ministry plans to repair the Argostoli Archaeological Museum that has been closed since 2014 after a major earthquake hit the island of Kefalonia.

Trikala to Promote its Outdoor Activities at Germany’s TourNatur Expo

The Destination Management Organization of Trikala in Thessaly, Greece, is getting ready to present the area’s outdoor activities to the audience of the TourNatur 2022 expo next month in Germany.

Poseidonion’s ‘On The Verandah’ Restaurant Puts Traditional Greek Classics on the Menu

The “On The Verandah” restaurant of the Poseidonion Grand Hotel on Spetses has unveiled its new menu that is highlighted by traditional Greek classics.

Thessaloniki to Create a Park Inclusive and Accessible for All

The Municipality of Thessaloniki will create its first "Park for All" in the area of Toumba, based on the principles of inclusiveness and accessibility.

Report: Greece in Top 10 Best Countries for Solo Travelers

Greece has been ranked second best country for solo travelers by travel insurance company SportsCover Direct.

Museums in Ioannina, Heraklion and Metsovo Get Certification

Three Greek museums located in Ioannina, Metsovo and Heraklion, Crete, have received the “Certified Museum” label by the Culture Ministry.

Crete Serves its Best at the National Geographic Food Festival in London

The Region of Crete introduced potential travelers to its cuisine, recipes and local products during the National Geographic Food Festival in London.

Sani Resort Opens First Interactive ‘Bee Spot’ in Greece

The Sani Resort in Halkidiki has unveiled its Sani Bee Spot, the first interactive bee spot in Greece that aims to protect bees and other pollinators.

Neptune Hotels Resort Shows it Cares for the Environment

Neptune Hotels Resort, Convention Centre & Spa on the Greek island of Kos held a cleanup event on the beach and seabed next to its premises.

Greece Welcomes Over 2 Million Tourists in May

More than 2 million foreign travelers visited Greece in May, showing a 672.5% rise in passenger flows through both Greek airports and road border-crossing points.