12 04, 2012

Akrotiri, Santorini Reopens for Business

By | 2017-06-13T16:42:40+00:00 April 12th, 2012|Culture, Cyclades, News|Comments Off on Akrotiri, Santorini Reopens for Business

According to an article in the San Francisco Chronicle, The Department of Culture and Tourism in Greece is reopening a major archaeological site on the tourist island of Santorini, which was closed for nearly seven years after a roof collapsed, killing a visitor in 2005. The culture ministry said in a statement that the bronze-age [...]

30 03, 2012

Delos, Greek Island of Ancient Importance

By | 2017-06-07T23:50:47+00:00 March 30th, 2012|Culture, Media, Sightseeing|Comments Off on Delos, Greek Island of Ancient Importance

Delos is an uninhabited island, Rich in History & Culture and only a few Kilometers from the Island of Mykonos. According to legend Leto gave birth to Apollo on the island of Delos bringing to this world the music of light.  This invisible harmony burst over the Aegean turning to stone and bringing the Cyclades [...]

24 03, 2012

Top 10 Archaeological Sites in Greece

By | 2017-06-13T16:45:57+00:00 March 24th, 2012|Athens, Culture, Sightseeing|Comments Off on Top 10 Archaeological Sites in Greece

If you plan on visiting Greece and will only have a short time in Athens we recommend visiting the fully renovated National Archeological Museum which is one of the biggest and most remarkable archeological museums in the world.   With its numerous and outstanding exhibits the visit will give you the opportunity to travel back in [...]

9 03, 2012

Greek Islands Easter

By | 2017-06-13T16:48:07+00:00 March 9th, 2012|Culture, Saronic Islands|Comments Off on Greek Islands Easter

Easter is celebrated through out Greece, however the Islands have their own unique traditions passed down over the centuries.  Traveling to the Greek Islands during Greek Easter is a wonderful experience; with mild climate, inexpensive hotel rates and small crowds this makes it a a great time to visit.  Many from the mainland flee the [...]

31 01, 2012

New Generation brings back the Glory of Greek Winemaking

By | 2017-06-13T16:59:02+00:00 January 31st, 2012|Culture, Sightseeing|1 Comment

In Greece there is a deep rooted tradition of wine making, featuring an especially rich and remarkable location among wine-producing countries due to their terrain and climate.  The wine produced in Greece is rich and flavor, color and is associated not only with the nutritional habits of the Greek, but also with religious traditions and [...]