Santorini News (96) - Page 5
The issue of the development of space on the island of Santorini today is the theme of a new exhibition titled SantoReni, a developing project.
According to the General Air Staff, a photographic airplane RF 4 (photographic Phantom), got off the runway, during its landing at the airport of Santorini, due to damage in the hydraulic system.
The island of Santorini was voted by the readers of the magazine Cruceros y Destinos as the best cruise destination in the Mediterranean.
On his tour of top Greek destinations, Tourism development Minister Aris Spiliotopoulos on Wednesday outlined the government's new tourism strategy
The recent snowfall on Santorini was an extreme rare phenomenon for the island. In fact, it was the second snowfall in 20 years.
The volcanic eruption of Thera must have well affected major parts of the world. The island of Santorini, as we see it today, is a result of the volcanic eruption.
For the first time this summer Kosmar has introduced weddings in Santorini, Rhodes and Cyprus. A six page wedding section has been included in the second edition of Kosmar's Summer Sun 2008 program.
A missile that is believed to be left behind from a NATO exercise has been discovered off the coast of Santorini, island authorities said yesterday.
A new speedboat was purchased from the Boatmen Union of Santorini, which will constitute a modern and fully equipped unit for carrying patients.
The 40-year old owner of EasyJet and EasyCruise maritime companies has pledged the sum of 24,000 pounds to the Santorini Animal Welfare Association.
Over 100,000 patients seek medical help on one of Greece's most popular tourist islands, the island of Santorini.
Times has published the list of the best recently opened hotels of the world. And Mystique, on the island of Santorini has found its way to first place.
The shortcomings in terms of provisions provided by the tourism industry and their negative impact on attracting tourists to the island has been mostly offset by the breathtaking beauty of Santorini itself, as proved by a study.
What was initially thought to have been a successful evacuation effort, was found to be unsuccessful as two French passengers have been reported missing off of Sea Diamond on Friday.
Contrary to what opinion one might hold of ancient civilizations, one branch of the Aegean was well equipped to fight natural disasters like earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.