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South Aegean Islands’ Beauties and Traditions on Show at Athens Airport

Athens Airport's "Fly me to the Moon" program will highlight the beauties and traditions of the South Aegean islands during a number of events scheduled to take place on March 29.

Greek Islands to Promote Sea Activities at ‘boot Düsseldorf’ 2018 Fair

The sea activities one can enjoy while vacationing on the islands of the South Aegean will be presented at the boot Düsseldorf 2018 fair in Germany.

Islanders Aiming to Get Aegean Diet on UNESCO Cultural Heritage List

The South Aegean Region is preparing to apply for inclusion of the Aegean Diet on UNESCO's list of Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Influential Journalists, Bloggers are Visiting the South Aegean Islands (and will tell us all about it)

The islands of the South Aegean are expected to take social media and news websites by storm this summer.

Ioannis Bras Steps In as Head of S. Aegean Waterways Network

Ioannis Bras has been appointed project manager for the South Aegean Region waterway network as part of the regional authority’s strategic plan to expand the islands’ tourism potential.

Progress Of Greek-Cypriot Gastronomy Project Discussed On Rhodes

Greek and Cypriot representatives recently met in Greece to discuss the status of the "Gastronomy Net" project, an EU-financed project that aims to promote local cuisine of the Dodecanese and Cyprus.

South Aegean Islands Greeted Most Visitors To Greece In September 2013

The Region of South Aegean was dubbed "champion" in terms of tourism arrivals and revenue for the month of September 2013, according to a recent survey.

2014: “Year of Culture” For South Aegean Islands

The Region of South Aegean has declared 2014 as the "Year of Culture" and will focus on promoting the culture and tradition of the 48 Greek islands it represents.
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South Aegean Islands On Tourism Minister’s Agenda

The closer cooperation between the South Aegean Region and the Tourism Ministry to promote the region's islands in a more effective manner was examined recently by Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni and the region's vice governor, Eleftheria Ftaklaki.