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Swiss Students Focus on Thessaloniki’s Tourism Features

Students of Switzerland’s HTW Chur University visited the Thessaloniki Tourism Organization, within the framework of their tourism bachelor degree studies.

Sani Festival Celebrates 25 Years, Hosts International Jazz Artists

The Sani Festival is celebrating 25 years and from July 8 to August 19 will host some of the most renowned artists of the international jazz scene.

Santorini, Chania, Halkidiki Top Greeks’ Summer Preferences

Santorini, Chania and Halkidiki are the top choices of Greek travelers this summer, followed by the Aegean islands of Paros and Milos, according to online search engine trivago.

Halkidiki’s Beaches Top the List of ‘Blue Flags’ in Greece

The Halkidiki peninsula is once again on top of the "Blue Flags" list for 2017 in Greece, with 71 of its beaches awarded.

‘Sani Gourmet 2017’ to Host Michelin-starred Chefs

Michelin-starred chefs and rising stars will participate at the "Sani Gourmet 2017" festival, due to take place in June, at the Sani Resort in Halkidiki, northern Greece.

Foreign TV Productions Focus on Greece in May

Television crews from Russia, France and Belgium are expected to visit Greece in May to film popular and lesser known tourism destinations.

Mouzenidis Holds Grand Opening for Enigma Mall in Halkidiki

The Mouzenidis Group recently inaugurated the Enigma Mall, a shopping center located in the area of Nea Moudania in Halkidiki, northern Greece.

Halkidiki Welcomes New 5-star Hotels and More

The northern Greece region of Halkidiki has attracted investors who have placed over 300 million euros in hospitality projects over the last five years.

‘Sani Dunes’ in Halkidiki to Offer Premium Tour Experience in a Volvo S90

Halkidiki's Sani Resort and Volvo will offer visitors a unique and premium experience while riding in a Volvo S90 during their stay at the new Sani Dunes that will open its doors in June.

Halkidiki Aims to Attract More Italian Visitors in 2017

The Halkidiki Tourism Organization has embarked on a series of promotional activities in the Italian market, aiming to attract more visitors from Italy to Halkidiki this year.

Halkidiki Expects More Dutch Tourists in Summer 2017

More Dutch tourists are expected to visit Halkidiki this summer, as early bookings from the Netherlands have already posted a double-digit increase.

Bad Weather Hype Takes Toll on Greek Hotel Holiday Business

Hoteliers across Greece are expressing their disappointment and blaming TV channel weather forecasts for the decreased bookings mainly to destinations known for their winter offerings over the three-day Theofania holiday last weekend.

WTM 2016: Halkidiki Set to Attract UK, Dutch Tourists in 2017

The region of Halkidiki in northern Greece is ready to welcome visitors from the UK and Holland next year, the Halkidiki Tourism Organization said upon its return from the World Travel Market (WTM) London.

Porto Carras Grand Resort Wins Double at World Travel Awards 2016

Porto Carras Grand Resort won two categories of the World Travel Awards, which were announced in Sardinia, Italy, in early September.

Eastern Halkidiki Sailing, Diving & Cruising Tops ‘Dodeka’ Promo Project

Eastern Halkidiki’s sailing, diving and cruising offerings are set to be promoted through the Dodeka initiative aimed at attracting tourism all year round to the region.

Porto Carras Hosts ORC European Sailing Championship 2016

In its ongoing efforts to promote the Halkidiki region and boost marine tourism towards the extension of the tourism season, the luxury Porto Carras Grand Resort held the ORC European Sailing Championship 2016 on July 3-10.

ORC European Championship 2016: Porto Carras Hosts Sailing Games, Promotes Marine Tourism

Top sailing games will take place once again at the Porto Carras Grand Resort in the Sithonia peninsula, Halkidiki.

Putin Greece Visit Boosts Ties, Opens Deals

Multi-level cooperation in energy, science, technology and tourism, investments in the private and public sectors (infrastructure, ports, mining, pharmaceutical, agri-food) as well as politics topped the agenda of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s weekend visit to Athens, which...

Aristotle’s Tomb Comes to Light?

Greece may be commemorating 2,400 years since Aristotle’s birth but it seems there’s more to celebrate as a Greek archaeologist revealed recently that he had found the great philosopher’s tomb.

Putin on Greece: Tourism Breeds Trust and Friendship Among People

For Vladimir Putin, tourism breeds trust and friendship between people. So he said to Greek media one day before his official visit to Athens on Friday.