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Minoan Group Crete Project Still Awaiting Greek Court Announcement

A five-star project to be developed on Crete by Minoan Group is awaiting an official announcement by Greece’s highest court in order to proceed.

Minoan Lines Shines, Collects Awards for Community Support & More

Passenger ferry company Minoan Lines is moving full speed ahead into the summer season picking up a number of awards on its way.

Minoan Sees 1st Half Revenue up by 18.6%, Crete Project Pending Approval

Travel and leisure company Minoan Group Plc announced last week that revenues for the first half of 2015 grew by 18.6 percent.

Minoan Group Eyes UK Expansion, Expects Greek Project Go-ahead

After posting losses due to bureaucratic delays in its Greek five-star-plus project to be developed on the island of Crete, Minoan Group, active in travel and leisure, announced plans to expand its Stewart Travel services across the UK.

Minoan Group Plc: Greece Could Have Stronger Economic Recovery If Tourist Assets Are Upgraded

If Greece's travel industry can extend the holiday season, then it could play an even more important role in Greece's economic recovery, according to Christopher Egleton, Executive Chairman of Minoan Group Plc.

Minoan Group: Full Speed Ahead On Crete “Fast Track” Project

Minoan Group is currently working on the various studies necessary for the environmental approval of the “fast track” investment in the Cavo Sidero peninsula in Lasithi, Crete.
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Minoan Group Takes Over Scottish Classic Travel

Travel and leisure company Minoan Group Plc recently announced the completion of its acquisition of Classic Travel Limited, trading as Classic4Travel.

Cavo Sidero Environmental Resort Opens in 2009

British investors presented plans last month for a vast, all-season resort on the island of Crete that is expected to cost 1.2 billion euros. Developers of the project described it as a world model of environmentally friendly development, and one of the biggest tourism...