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Skyros, Greece: Construction Of Waterway For Seaplane Flights To Begin

The Greek island of Skyros looks like it will be the first of the Sporades islands to benefit from seaplane services, as the license for the construction of a waterway at Linaria Port has been granted.

The Guardian Kicks Off New Series With The Sporades Islands, Greece

In the first of a new series on holidaying in the Greek islands, UK newspaper The Guardian recently presented the Sporades and Evia, the country's second largest island.

Hoteliers to give Virtual Reality Tour of Northern Evia, Greece, at Grekland Panorama

The local hoteliers association of North Evia "" will use virtual reality to introduce their destination to Scandinavians attending the Grekland Panorama trade fair in Stockholm next month.

Greek Hotels Among Tripadvisor’s Best for 2015

Several Greek hotels are included among the winners of Tripadvisor's 2015 Travelers’ Choice awards announced on Wednesday.

Greece is the Word in Sweden After Grekland Panorama Steals the Show

Greece, its products, its culture, its gastronomy and its diverse tourist offerings took Sweden by storm on February 13-15, when some 11,000 visitors flocked to the 2nd Grekland Panorama, which took place at Stockholm’s Ericsson Globe, making it one of the largest tourism expos...

Bulgarian Travel Agents Come Closer to Greece

Greek hotels based in Halkidiki, Thessaloniki, Agia Triada, Ioannina and Sivota, Evia, Mykonos and Zakynthos were presented to Bulgarian travel agents in Sofia last week.

Culture Ministry Demands Christie’s Greek Sale Be Annulled, Says Artifact Removed Illegally

The Greek culture ministry is demanding that an April 15 Christie’s sale of a 4th-century BC marble funerary stele for over $136,000 be called off as the artifact has been illegally removed from the country.

Skyros Moves Closer to Getting a Waterway for Seaplane Flights

A ministerial decision concerning the environmental requirements for the construction and operation of the first waterway in the Aegean, at Linaria Port on the island of Skyros, has been signed.

Greece’s ‘Rent a Room’ Market Takes a Fall

The August 15 Dormition of the Virgin Mary holiday is the peak season for Greek holidaymakers to travel, but this year the number has dropped by 20 percent.

‘Fly to Volos’ Campaigners Call on Greek Gov’t to Bring Flights to Regional Airport

Local campaigners “Fly to Volos” are again calling on the Greek government and relevant authorities to tap into the tourism potential of the region by making use of the infrastructure at the Nea Anchialos Airport in Volos, central Greece.

Shipwrecks & Marine Magic at Greece’s Underwater Park

Shipwrecks and marine sites of historic significance will take “center stage” in the first underwater park to be created in the waters surrounding the Greek island of Evia

NY’s ‘League of Kitchens’ Taps into Immigrant Cooking Secrets

For one Greek in New York, homemade cooking went from the kitchen to the world thanks to “League of Kitchens”, an online group of home cooks from New York’s immigrant communities offering classes on the cuisines of Lebanon, India, Japan, Argentina, Trinidad, Uzbekistan and more.

Greek Private Island Among CNT’s Top 22

A privately-owned Greek island has been selected among the world’s top 22 by Conde Nast Traveler (CNT) for those elite vacationers who seek “utter seclusion and perfect peace, in a location off-limits to everyone”.

Greece May See Seaplane Flights as of Summer 2016

Hellenic Seaplanes expects to operate its first hydroplane waterways in Greece as of this summer.

Travel Bloggers Greece Celebrates One-year Anniversary

Greece's first professional blogger network, Travel Bloggers Greece (TBG), recently gathered at the Thermae Sylla Wellness Hotel in Edipsos, Evia Island, to celebrate its one-year anniversary and hold its first meeting of 2016.

Evia Island Sees French Tourist Numbers Dwindle

Tourism traffic from France to the Greek island of Evia appears to be on a downward trend with hundreds of bookings up in the air following the recent close of two of the island’s major hotel units.

Evia Wildfire: Tourism Support Measures for Limni Village Announced

The Prefect of Central Greece Kostas Bakoyannis has announced measures to support tourism in the area of Limni in northern Evia.

Ministry Approves Two New Tourism Investments in Evia and Crete

Two new "strategic" tourism investments in Evia and Crete have been approved by the Greek Economy, Development and Tourism Ministry.

Green Light for Evia’s Biggest Ever Tourism Investment

RSR Eagle Resort, a tourism project planned to be created in Karystos, Evia, has entered Greece's fast-track scheme for strategic investments.

Getting to Know the Region of Central Greece: Viotia & Evrytania

This week we explore Viotia and Evrytania, two regional units of Central Greece, a destination of rich contradictions and unexpected experiences.