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New Golf Tourism Project for Greece Announced

A golf tourism project budgeted at 300 million euros and set to create 1,500 jobs when completed, is in the pipeline for the central Greece region of Fokida.

Greece Updates Golf Course Regulations

Looking to tap into the growing interest for golf tourism in Greece, the Tourism Ministry has proceeded with a series of revisions to golf course regulations.

Greece in Process of Forming 10-year Strategic Plan for Tourism

Greece is in the process of putting a 10-year strategic plan for tourism in place following its performance as a safe destination in summer 2020.

WTTC – JLL New Report to Prepare Destinations for Tourism Growth

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has launched ‘Destination 2030’, the first comprehensive assessment of cities’ readiness for tourism growth.

WTTC Global Summit Gets Glimpse of Greek Tourism Actions Ahead

Greek Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura presented Greece’s tourism sector goals during the WTTC Global Summit held recently in Seville, Spain.

WTTC Announces Greece’s Minister Kountoura as 2019 Global Champion for Tourism

Greek Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura was honored with the prestigious WTTC Global Champion Award for Greece's tireless work on Destination Stewardship.

WTTC: Action Needed to Maintain Europe’s Travel & Tourism Competitiveness

The WTTC has called for action to maintain Europe’s travel and tourism competitiveness, during its first Europe Leaders Forum in Lisbon, Portugal.

WTTC: Tourism and Travel Accounts for 1 in 5 New Jobs in 2017

Travel and tourism accounted for some 7 million new jobs globally in 2017 or one in five, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).

EIB, Eurobank Sign €150m Financing Agreement to Support Greek SMEs and MidCaps

The EIB and Eurobank have signed a €150 million loan agreement to finance eligible projects undertaken by SMEs and midcaps operating in Greece.

Outgoing WTTC President Calls for a Sustainable World

Under the motto, “Is it Too Much to Ask?”, the World Travel & Tourism Council launched an awareness campaign, focusing on tourism and sustainable practices.