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Migration Ministry to Cover €2m Tourism Campaign for 5 Greek Islands

The Greek Ministry of Migration will provide 2 million euros for the creation of a tourism campaign to promote the Greek islands hit by the migration crisis.

Condor Gets Ready to Fly to 14 Greek Destinations

German leisure airline Condor, this summer will be flying from Germany to 14 popular holiday destinations in Greece.

Kos: Hippocrates’ Home Honors Frontline Health Professionals – Video

The island of Kos, the birthplace of Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, has dedicated a short video to Greece’s frontline health professionals that are managing the Covid-19 health crisis.

GNTO Supports Open Water Sports Tourism Events Promoting Greek Islands

Aiming to promote Greece’s islands as leading sports tourism destinations, the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) will support three major water sport competitions to take place in the summer of 2020.

Euronews Features Lipsi for its Long History and Traditions

Lipsi, a cluster of tiny islands in the Dodecanese, is among the Greek destinations featured for its history and traditions, in the online edition of Euronews.

Sani/Ikos Group Honored for Business Excellence at Growth Awards 2020

The Sani/Ikos Group was honored for its Business Excellence at the Growth Awards 2020 event that took place in Athens.

Greece Looking to Boost Sea Tourism on Kos, Patmos and Astypalea

Greece is looking to develop yachting, diving and cruise tourism on the islands of Kos, Patmos and Astypalea.

Kos’ Neptune Hotels Resort Receives Four TUI Awards for 2020

The Neptune Hotels Resort, Convention Center & Spa, located on Kos, has been honored with four TUI Awards for the third year in a row.

Hill International to Support Fraport Greece for the Upgrade of 14 Greek Airports

Hill International has been selected by Fraport Greece to provide project management support for the upgrade of its 14 regional airports in Greece.

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.

Special Tourism Promotion Planned for Greek Islands Overwhelmed by Migration Surge

Special tourism campaigns will launch for the Greek islands that have been affected by migrant flows.

New Extension of Lower VAT for Five Greek Islands Announced

Five Aegean islands - Leros, Lesvos, Kos, Samos and Chios - have received a six-month extension to their special value-added tax (VAT) status.

Alltours Adds More Greek Destinations to Summer 2020 Program

German tour operator Alltours will add more Greek destinations to its travel program for next year’s summer holiday season.

Greece Getting Ready for ‘Aegean 600’ Sailing Race in June 2020

Greece is getting ready to host the “Aegean 600”, an international 600-nautical mile sailing race that will take place in the Aegean sea during June 14-20, 2020.

Austrian Airlines Adds More Greek Destinations to 2020 Summer Schedule

Austrian Airlines will add more Greek holiday destinations to its flight schedule for summer 2020, which will take effect on March 29.

Kos’ Neptune Hotels Receives Travelife Gold Award for Sustainability in Tourism

The Neptune Hotels Resort, Convention Centre & Spa, located on Kos, for the third time has received the prestigious Gold Award by Travelife.

TUI Increases Hotel Capacity in Greece by 10% for Summer 2020

TUI has increased hotel capacity in Greece by 10 percent for summer 2020 to meet the rising demand from the German market.

Greek Ministry Seeks Hotels, Apartments to Host Refugees

The Greek Citizen Protection Ministry has announced a tender for a housing program for refugees that involves renting out hotels or apartment complexes.

Sky Express and Cyprus Airways Sign Interline Agreement

Sky Express and Cyprus Airways have signed an interline agreement, aiming to offer air passengers the opportunity to travel to popular destinations in Greece.

Kos Tourism Professionals Call for Removal of Tsunami Warning Signs

Tourism professionals on Kos are calling for the removal of outdoor sign boards warning of a potential tsunami in the area should an earthquake occur.