Author Archives: Katia

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WINTER IN GREECE IS ALL YOU NEED

If you think that Greece is great only for summer holidays, then you are completely wrong! The beauty of Greece does not end at the Greek islands and you will be completely amazed by the breathtaking views of the Greek mainland. What’s better, you can score better prices off season, too. Whether you prefer a [...]

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GYTHIO: TAKE A WALK TO THE PICTURESQUE SIDE

Located by the sea, in the sunny Lakonia, Gythio seems to be a blast from the past. Full of neoclassical buildings and colorful houses, it will charm you with its cuteness. It has the atmosphere of a Greek island, being located close to many beaches, how cool is that? Endless strolls is the best thing [...]

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THE ROAD TRIPS OF YOUR DREAMS

The freedom you experience when being in your car, driving and feeling the air on your face is indescribable! Having the convenience of your own car and taking your time to explore new destinations are just a few of road trip’s perks. If you are thinking about organizing your next road trip to Greece, we [...]

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KALAVRYTA WINTER GETAWAY WITH FAIRYTALE VIBES

Visiting Kalavryta in winter is like jumping into a folk story. Only a couple of hours away from Athens, it is one of the best destinations for fall and winter. Kalavryta is a town with a historic past, as it was the place where the Greek revolution started back in 1821. You can definitely feel [...]

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Why Parga is your next destination

Parga is a coastal town in northwestern Greece. Being located at the Ionian coast, Parga is easily accessible by ferry, which has many frequent routes. Parga is built in an amphitheatrical way. It is well-known for its picturesque beauty to such an extent, that is also known as the “Bride of Eripus” (Epirus is the [...]

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2 day trip to the Ancient Peloponnese

Are you in Athens and having just a couple of days to visit a short-distance destination, which can offer you both breathtaking landscapes and archaeological sites of exceptional historical significance? Stop thinking about it -Peloponnese is the right place for you! The Peloponnesian peninsula has been inhabited since the early antiquity. During the Bronze Age [...]

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MONEMVASIA: THE REVIVAL OF A DIFFERENT ERA

In the south eastern edge of Peloponnese, just before the unique rocky landscape of Laconic Mani, there is an almost medieval town that appears to have emerged from the shadows, the island of Monemvasia.     In a mood of some history? Its name is the combination of the greek words “moni” (=church) and “emvasi” [...]