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Attica Region Counts on Healthy Cities to Promote Wellness Tourism

Healthy cities and regions can play a decisive role in the development of health and wellness tourism policies, says Attica Region Governor George Patoulis.

A Guide to Andronis Wellness on the Island of Santorini

Carla Sage, the Wellness and Spa Director of Andronis, introduces the hospitality group’s wellness approach and takes us on a journey into the world of spa, health and self-discovery.

Elitour and Greek Hotels Agree to Develop Health & Wellness Tourism

The Greek Health Tourism Council Elitour has teamed up with the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels for the creation of travel packages offering health, spa and wellness tourism options.

Elitour and Athens Airport Team Up to Promote Health Tourism

Greek Health Tourism Council Elitour and Athens International Airport (AIA) agreed to work together to develop travel packages complete with benefits for medical tourism travelers.

Attica and Dubai Discuss Tourism Cooperation

The Region of Attica and Dubai are exploring ways to strengthen ties in the tourism field with a focus on gastronomy and health/wellness tourism.

Elitour: George Patoulis Re-elected President of Greek Health Tourism Council

Attica Governor George Patoulis has been re-elected president of the Greek Health Tourism Council – Elitour for a second term.

Greece: Medical & Hospitality Services Key for Health Tourism Development

The interconnection of medical and hospitality services is key for health and wellness tourism to develop in Greece, according to experts.

Greece: Health Tourism to Drive Industry Growth in post-Covid-19 Era

Health tourism could be the key for the recovery of the Greek tourism sector in the post-Covid-19 era, according to Elitour President George Patoulis.

Enterprise Greece and Elitour to Join Forces to Promote Health Tourism

Enterprise Greece and the Greek Health Tourism Council Elitour plan to join forces to promote Greece as a tourism destination that offers health and wellness services.

Rhodes to See Health Tourism Investment Worth €25m

Greek authorities have given the green light for a 25-million-euro investment project on Rhodes, expected to contribute to the development of health tourism on the island.

Kos Needs New Tourism Destination Brand Identity, Says Ministry

The Greek Tourism Ministry is looking to establish a new tourism destination brand identity for the Aegean island of Kos.

GNTO Presents Greece’s Health and Wellness Tourism in Moscow

GNTO presented Greece’s health and wellness tourism options during the Greek Health Tourism Forum held in Moscow.

Greece to Move Towards Human-centered Tourism Model

Greece's main goal is to move towards a more human-centered tourism development model, according to Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis.

Kyllini Thermal Springs Get Green Light for Operation

The Greek Tourism Ministry has given the green light for the operation of the Kyllini thermal springs in the Peloponnese.

Greek Tourism Ministry Certifies 66 Thermal Spring Facilities

Sixty-six thermal spring facilities across Greece have been approved by the Tourism Ministry with an additional 52 under assessment.

Greek Thermal Medicine Meet Explores Ways to Tap into Hot Spring Tourism

The significant potential of Greece’s thermal springs as part of a wider wellness tourism product was highlighted at the 5th Conference of Thermal Medicine in Kamena Vourla.

Greece Targets 50-plus Dutch Travelers

Aiming to attract 50-plus Dutch travelers to Greece, the Greek National Tourism Organization took part in The Netherlands' “50PlusBeurs 2019” tourism expo.

Tapping into Health and Wellness Tourism Top Priority for Greece

Tapping into the potential of health and wellness tourism is a top priority for the Greek tourism ministry and Greek medical tourism council Elitour.

Kaiafas Thermal Springs Approved, Set to Re-open

The Kaiafas Thermal Springs, in the Peloponnese, are one step closer to re-opening after Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis approved a decision declaring them as being “therapeutic”.

Greece Could Gain Millions from Health and Senior Tourism Markets – Study

Greece could gain millions of euros per year if it taps into the markets of health tourism and senior tourism, according to a new study released by diaNEOsis.