24 08, 2016

Mykonos Beach Party Guide – Top 6 Beach Bars

By | 2017-06-12T17:26:21+00:00 August 24th, 2016|Cyclades, News, Nightlife|Comments Off on Mykonos Beach Party Guide – Top 6 Beach Bars

If you are planning to visit Mykonos anytime soon then make sure to make a comprehensive research about the places that are a must visit in the area. You do not want yourself to be caught off guard and be completely lost as to which places are definitely not-a-miss if one wants to make his [...]

1 04, 2014

49 Reasons to Love Greece, but theres more ofcourse…

By | 2014-04-01T12:20:21+00:00 April 1st, 2014|News|Comments Off on 49 Reasons to Love Greece, but theres more ofcourse…

Recently the most amazing of posts appeared on Buzz Feed  featuring 49 Reasons to Love Greece, and I thought it would be a great post to share. As the saying goes, pictures are worth much more than words...Enjoy and visit Greece and her Islands Soon! Here are just a few of them:   Click here [...]

28 02, 2014

The Sailor’s Gastronomic Guide to Crete

By | 2017-06-09T14:44:51+00:00 February 28th, 2014|Crete, Food, News|Comments Off on The Sailor’s Gastronomic Guide to Crete

Greece is famous for its thousands of beautiful, diverse islands but there is no island more famous than Crete. The largest of all the Greek isles, Crete lies in one of the sunniest spots in the Mediterranean, so if you are looking for a holiday that combines great weather, spectacular scenery, fabulous food and plenty [...]

25 10, 2012

Dario Ciriello’s ‘Aegean Dream’, a Greek Island Tale

By | 2017-06-07T23:42:07+00:00 October 25th, 2012|Culture, News|1 Comment

In Dario Ciriello's 'Aegean Dream' Dario and his wife Linda gamble everything on their dream—a new life on the tiny Greek island of Skópelos. They've studied Greek, done their research, and have a simple goal: to set up a small business and live happily ever after. But the Greek Gods have other ideas, and before [...]

2 10, 2012

Crete, Freedom or Death by Basil Boziotis

By | 2017-06-09T15:45:06+00:00 October 2nd, 2012|Greek Islands, News|1 Comment

  The Enamored Greek Island of Crete, a part of the world that has risen from the depths of conquest and adversity many times over, has transformed to a land of endless feasts, legends and dreams where the fine art of unpretentious hospitality is religiously practiced. Crete has an unparalleled character and atmosphere, which cannot [...]

1 10, 2012

Greek Island Journey by Basil Boziotis

By | 2017-06-08T00:45:59+00:00 October 1st, 2012|Cyclades, Greek Islands, News|4 Comments

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 to life.  Deriving their name from the word "kyklos" meaning circle they surround the uninhabited sacred island of Delos forming [...]

30 05, 2012

Ancient Greek Ship Wreck Discovered

By | 2017-06-13T16:40:31+00:00 May 30th, 2012|Culture, News|2 Comments

According to a report published in the Sacramento Bee, Greece's culture ministry said the two third-century wrecks were discovered earlier this month during a survey of an area where a Greek-Italian gas pipe line is to be sunk. The ships were located approximately 1.5 kilometers (1 mile) deep in the sea between the Greek Island [...]

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 [...]

16 03, 2012

Santorini Island, Volcano Due to Explode?

By | 2017-06-08T00:58:48+00:00 March 16th, 2012|Cyclades, News|1 Comment

The Greek islands of Santorini, site of one of history’s most colossal volcanic eruptions, are rumbling again.  Santorini's volcanic activity during the past 2-500,000 years has been dominated by very large explosive eruptions at intervals of few tens of thousands of years.   The present-day crescent shape of the island of Santorini is essentially what remains [...]

1 03, 2012

Greek Islands Economy, fat and non productive

By | 2017-06-13T16:51:02+00:00 March 1st, 2012|News|Comments Off on Greek Islands Economy, fat and non productive

courtesy of http://ofgoatsandmen.blogspot.com Tourism plays a great role in the Greek Economy and with the economy poised to shrink again this year it is a hot topic with Greek Policy makers trying to get Greece and the Greek Islands back in business.  All stake holders involved in Greece's future [...]