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This week, our newsletter features a photo from one of the most amazing beaches & in one of the most famous island destinations! Nothing else but Balos in Crete. Balos, the exquisite lagoon-like beach with the turquoise waters and the breathtaking surroundings just outside Kissamos, is an ideal escape for every visitor in Crete. Enjoy the wild landscape and don't forget to visit Chania in the meanwhile!

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Exotic Food in Athens   Short Escapes from Athens

Athens is the city of light and museums and of course, the famous “souvlaki”. However, for all those who prefer a taste of exotic food, Athens has certainly something to offer. If you feel hungry, then why not grab a Chinese Box or an Indian Souvlaki on your tour around the sights of Athens?   Athens can be delightful, but while you are visiting the city how about a short escape nearby? Athens has the perfect location, in that it is quite close to the islands of Saronikos gulf and Cyclades, as well as many mainland destinations, ideal for a short break and a swim.
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Spetses Armata Festival   Thessaloniki Reworks Festival

Spetses island is celebrating in its own way the legendary victory of the Greek Independence War warriors against the Turkish fleets. The festival takes place during the second weekend of September and includes one whole week of celebrations. The celebration is named after Panagia Armata and a special mass is realized in the church of Panagia Armata in the Old Harbor and Agios Nikolaos to honor the festival.   Later this year, as in every September, Reworks Festival will be opening its doors to the thirsty audiences with electronic and techno sounds shaking the music scene of Milos in thessaloniki for another time. Tunes from more than 70 renowned and emerging artists in various music rooms and a warehouse will be performing to their utmost ability to bring a vibrant and strong music wave to the public.
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