Greek summer comes in multiple colours, feelings, tastes, sounds and shapes… One shape that everyone can relate to, from locals to international visitors, is the shape of the water, the shape of the sea.
This July, all we see is the sea!
Proud to welcome you to our 2 brand new hotels in Crete!
Let the RMF camp for kids begin with the most exciting surprises
& meet the gentleman of the pitch, Emilio Butragueno in Kos!
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When thinking about how to reduce our individual carbon footprints, one of the simplest ways to cut back on emissions is to fly less often. But for those who want to see the world, there are ways to make trips more sustainable, including where you go, what you pack and how you decide to get there.
Once again this summer, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) is the city’s most refreshing spot, not only for the strolls around Stavros Niarchos Park and the sea views, but also for its fresh, exciting musical program!
Sustainable travel is about making smarter choices in every aspect of the trip. It starts at the beginning, when booking transport and accommodation, and comes into play when seeking out local experiences.
Continuing its 45-year dynamic course, Mitsis Hotels Group adds two additional hotel units to its portfolio in Heraklion, Crete, strengthening its presence in the top Greek destination and increasing the number of its hotels from 17 to 19.
Greece’s hoteliers have joined forces with local wine producers to promote branded Greek wines as part of efforts to upgrade the wine tourism experience.
Greece is among the Top 5 preferred countries for Europeans planning their next trips despite concerns about rising travel costs, the pandemic, and the Russia-Ukraine war, found a report released this week by the European Travel Commission (ETC).
Greece is taking action to establish the landmark site of Meteora in Thessaly as a UNESCO Global Geopark. The UNESCO Global Geopark network attracts the scientific interest of millions of travelers from all over the world.
Athens-based firm Lamda Development presented this week the designs for Europe’s largest coastal park – The Ellinikon Park – to be created on the premises of Athens’ former airport near Glyfada.
Travelers from the UK and Germany are choosing Rhodes and Kos to holiday this year as islands in the South Aegean Region see arrival figures reaching new highs this month.