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ELSTAT: Upward Trend in Q3 Turnover for Greek Accommodation, F&B Services

Greece’s accommodation services providers saw turnover in Q3 increase by 38.6% driven by strong tourism demand, shows ELSTAT data.

Greek Destinations Among Europe’s Best to Escape to this Winter

Many Greek destinations have been included on Europe’s 50 Best to Escape Winter list released by Holidu and Spain–Holiday.

Tourist Arrivals at South Aegean Islands Jump 15% Over pre-COVID Levels

Greece’s South Aegean islands, which include popular destinations like Rhodes, Santorini, and Mykonos, are breaking traveler flow records in 2022.

Resilience Funds Drive Tourism Projects in Greece

“Greece 2.0”, the country’s national recovery and resilience (RRF) plan, will be funding major hotel investments budgeted at 106 million euros out of a total of 41 projects.

Summer 2023: Elafonisos on ‘Must-Visit’ Destinations List for Italians

Elafonisos is among the top “must–visit” summer 2023 destinations for Italian travelers, says a list by popular Italian site The Wom Travel.

HotelBrain Launches Strategic Partnership with Kipriotis Hotels

The Greek hospitality scene sees a new strategic partnership, which consists of the long-term lease of all the hotels of the Kipriotis Group by HotelBrain.

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.

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.

Neptune Hotels Resort on Kos Holds Blood Donation Drive

The Neptune Hotels Resort, Convention Centre & Spa on the Greek island of Kos held a blood donation drive with the voluntary participation of its staff.

Mitsis Hotels Hosts Real Madrid Football Training Camp on Kos

Mitsis Hotels, in partnership with Real Madrid, is hosting a summer football training camp for its young guests on the island of Kos.

Deloitte Includes Two Sani/Ikos Resorts in ‘Hotel of the Future’ Report

In a recent report titled “The Hotel of the Future”, Deloitte Greece features two Sani/Ikos resorts as prime examples of luxury design in the hospitality industry of the Mediterranean region.

Condé Nast Traveller Editors Pick Greek Islands for Summer Holidays

The Greek islands of Mykonos, Milos, Kos and Symi are among the top choices of Condé Nast Traveller’s Editors for holidays this summer.

Greek PM Welcomes Strong Traveler Demand for Greece

Greece will continue to win over more international travelers as the reputation and brand name of the country becomes stronger, says Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

European Travel Agents See Greece’s Sustainable Tourism Side

European travel agents had the chance to learn about Greece’s sustainable tourism side through four webinars organized this month by ECTAA and the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO).

Crete, Zakynthos and Kos are Favorites for Dutch, Belgian Travelers in Summer 2022

Crete, Zakynthos and Kos are the favorite islands of Dutch and Belgian travelers for the summer of 2022, a survey by Griekenland.net reveals.

Tripadvisor: Two of the Best Hotels on the Planet for 2022 are in Greece

Travelers have placed two hotels in Greece, located on the islands of Kos and Corfu, on TripAdvisor’s best in the world list for 2022.

easyJet: New Routes to Kos, Kefalonia, Corfu and Chania for Summer 2022

easyJet and easyJet holidays have added seven new routes to the carrier’s UK network for summer 2022, including the popular Greek islands of Kos, Kefalonia, Corfu and Crete.

Greece Presents its Sustainability Achievements to Travel Agents in UK and Ireland

Greece’s achievements in sustainability were presented to travel agents in the UK and Ireland by the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO).

Cyclades Islands See Increase in Ferry Arrivals in 2021

Ferry arrivals to the Cyclades islands showed signs of recovery during the third quarter of 2021, compared to the same period in 2020, according to data by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT).

Dodecanese Islands: €42.5m for Restoration of Historic Monuments

The Greek Culture Ministry has announced a 42-million-euro project to restore and promote archaeological sites on the Dodecanese islands.