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Nisyros, Lesvos Thermal Springs on Greece’s Natural Resource List  

Thermal springs on the Greek islands of Lesvos and Nisyros have been recognized as natural resources by a joint ministerial decision.

A Guide to Andronis Wellness on the Island of Santorini

Carla Sage, the Wellness and Spa Director of Andronis, introduces the hospitality group’s wellness approach and takes us on a journey into the world of spa, health and self-discovery.

Edipsos in Northern Evia Aiming for Tourism Revival

The Municipality of Istiaia–Edipsos and the Loutra Edipsos Hotel Association have joined forces to re-introduce the area of Edipsos and the wider area of Northern Evia to the Greeks and European travelers.

Greek Thermal Springs Registry Available on Tourism Ministry Website

The Greek Tourism Ministry has launched a new registry to provide information on all of the certified thermal springs in Greece.

Kyllini Thermal Springs Get Green Light for Operation

The Greek Tourism Ministry has given the green light for the operation of the Kyllini thermal springs in the Peloponnese.

Greek Tourism Ministry Certifies 66 Thermal Spring Facilities

Sixty-six thermal spring facilities across Greece have been approved by the Tourism Ministry with an additional 52 under assessment.

Kaiafas Thermal Springs Approved, Set to Re-open

The Kaiafas Thermal Springs, in the Peloponnese, are one step closer to re-opening after Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis approved a decision declaring them as being “therapeutic”.

Framework to Regulate Greece’s Spa Tourism in the Pipeline

Greek Tourism Minister Thanasis Theocharopoulos will table an updated legal framework to regulate the development of spa tourism in Greece.

Silver Tourism is a Golden Opportunity for Greece, Says DiaNEOsis Study

Greece can become a leading destination for silver travelers, however it is lagging behind in terms of specialized products and services, says diaNEOsis.

Central Greece Thermal Springs Get Green Light

Greek Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura gave the green light for the operation of two thermal springs in Smokovo and Soulanta in Thessaly, Central Greece.

‘Best Luxury Spas’ Online Guide Shines Spotlight on Wellness Hotels in Greece

A unique collection of Greece’s prime spa and wellness destinations can be found on the recently launched Best Luxury Spas online guide.

Study Says Greek Thermal Springs an Untapped Treasure

Greece’s thermal spring facilities can triple revenues to some 390 million euros per year if they are upgraded, according to a study conducted by Palmos Analysis.

Thermal Springs in Greece: An Opportunity for Investors

Investors were recently informed on Greece's effort to develop its thermal springs, an untapped and rich national resource.

Greece Sets Legal Framework for Thalassotherapy Centers

The technical and operational specifications for the development of thalassotherapy centers in Greece have been announced.

Greece Presents its Tourism Offerings to Russian Market

Representatives of nine Greek regions recently gathered in Moscow to present Greece's tourism offerings, as part of the Greece–Russia Year of Tourism 2017-2018.

Greece Looks to Promote Larissa’s Tourism Offerings

Ways of promoting Larissa as a tourism destination were discussed between Greek Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura and local officials.

Medical Tourism Gains Ground, Says IPK Survey

Nearly 70 percent of all international health and medical outbound trips in 2016 were made for health-oriented reasons, according to a survey by IPK International.

Number of Certified Thermal Springs Rises in Greece

The Natural Thermal Resources Protection Committee in Greece recently certified two more thermal springs in the areas of Grevena and Fthiotida.

Nostos Expo 2016 Shines Spotlight on Alternative Tourism in Greece

For four days, Greece's active, explorer and adventure travel options were promoted to tourism professionals and travel agents from abroad at the Nostos Expo 2016, the first international meeting for alternative tourism in Greece.

Greece Wants to Make Life Easier for Foreign Investors

Greece will simplify the "fast track" law in order to attract foreign investment, according to an announcement made by Deputy Foreign Minister Dimitris Mardas.
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