Things to know before you travel to Kefalonia

Things to know before you travel to Kefalonia

The largest island in the Ionian Sea, Kefalonia, is a charming place. Although developed in recent years as a family destination, the beaches of the island of Kefalonia are not crowded due to the large size of the island. The Island of Kefalonia is famous for exotic beaches, from those are distinguished Myrtos, Antisamos, Lourdas and Skala, which was chosen for filming many Hollywood film productions. Kefalonia has also many picturesque villages, medieval castles and beautiful monasteries... [ read more ]

Travel tips about Zakynthos for visitors

Travel tips about Zakynthos for visitors

Zakynthos (or Zante) is a splendid Greek Island located in the Ionian Sea, at about 20-25 miles from the mainland of Greece. It belongs to the Ionian Islands region, which has about 123 km of coastline and an area of ​​410 square kilometers, being about 40 km long and 20 km wide. The most important town of the island is the town of Zakynthos - it is in the eastern part of the island and has a population of about 17,000 inhabitants, on the whole Island of Zakynthos living about 40,000 ... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to the Island of Skiathos

Tourist guide to the Island of Skiathos

Skiathos is a very welcoming and beautiful Greek island. It is approximately 12 km long and 6 km wide. It played a very important role over time in Greek history. The scenery is complemented by several other nearby islands that worth visiting, including Tsougara, Tsougriaki, Maragos, Arkos, Trounlonisi and Aspronisi. These islands are a dream destination for those who want to be away from the noise and crazyness of cities, and the crowded beaches of the main island. Although Skiathos is very... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to the Greek Island of Santorini

Tourist guide to the Greek Island of Santorini

Santorini is a small island located in the southern part of the Cyclades, but it is surely one of the most interesting ones. Santorini is different from other Greek islands due to its geological morphology resulting from the activity of a volcano, inactive today. The archipelago is made ​​up of five smaller islands. Fira is the capital of the island. There the landscape seems to be surreal: houses look like they are floating, like being suspended between heaven and earth. Today we are... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Rhodes

Tourist guide to Rhodes

The Island of Rhodes is part of the Dodecanese Archipelago, being also the most important island of it. Rhodes possess an incredible natural heritage, consisting of large plates and wonderful rivers and springs. It is an island that has an extremely rich history, which you can discover through its numerous monuments and museums. A stay on Rhodes Island will allow you to make some wonderful discoveries and to marvel at the beauty of this island. Being a veritable oasis of beauty, Rhodes ha... [ read more ]

Tourist Guide to the Lesbos Island

Tourist Guide to the Lesbos Island

The Lesbos Island is an ideal location not only for couples, but also for family holidays. While the adults can take advantage of tavernas and bars in the city of Eressos, children can have fun during a visit to the zoo in Sigri. Whether you opt for beach, sun and cocktails or visit a medieval village with stone houses, the view that the Islan of Lesbos provides is stunning, suitable for the lovers of nature, religion and beauty. Unlike in Greece, on the Lesbos Island are small botique ho... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Loutraki

Tourist guide to Loutraki

Loutraki is a city in the south of Greece. Its mineral springs are known for their healing properties since ancient times, and they have been widely used since 1855. Loutraki is a seaside town situated at 4 km in the northeast of Corinth, at 4 km from the Isthmus Canal, at 80 km from Athens  and at 120 km from Patras. It is also the capital of the Loutraki-Perachora prefecture . Today we offer you a brief tourist guide to Loutraki including the famous beaches of the region, the hot sprin... [ read more ]

The archaeological site of Ancient Corint

The archaeological site of Ancient Corint

Ancient Corinth was founded in the 10th century BC, getting to be among the most important and richest cities in Greece, being a renowned cultural, economic and sports center. The Romans destroyed the city and the population as well, but later Julius Caesar manages to restore the life of the city, rebuilding it and making it the capital of the province of Achaia. The archaeological site of Ancient Corinth is an invaluable wealth of Greece, a testament of its history of thousands of years ... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Corinth

Tourist guide to Corinth

Located on the coast of the Corinthian Gulf, at about 80 km from Athens to south-west, Corinth represented over the years a major port of entry in the Peloponnese peninsula. Today, Corinth has a population of about 35,000 inhabitants, being the prefecture seat of Corinthia in the Peloponnese region. We present you a short tourist guide to Corinth including some information about the ancient city and its foundation according to the legends and some important tourist attractions in the city... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to the Halkidiki Peninsula

Tourist guide to the Halkidiki Peninsula

The Halkidiki Peninsula in northern Greece is located at southeast from Thessaloniki, the second largest city in Greece. Halkidiki is also the name of the prefecture located in the Greek region of Central Macedonia, the residence is the city of Polygyros, located at 70 km in the southeast of Thessaloniki, with a population of over 23,000 inhabitants. The Peninsula of Halkidiki in the south is divided in three other peninsulas: Kassandra, Sithonia and Athos. We present you a tourist guide ... [ read more ]