Full of history, glamour and intoxicating scents, this charming island without cars makes you feel like the Greek summer is endless and gives you many reasons for after August, late summer escapes.
September is almost ending but Trésor Hotels & Resorts gives you many reasons to keep travelling in October as well.
The awarded blogger and luxury travel influencer Jessica Gibson, from The Travelista, presented the 10 reasons why Athens is Europe's coolest new city break destination, and not just a gateway to the Greek islands, in an amazing article published at Evening Standard.
Indulge in the September magic of Ios and visit it when every one else has left.
The mountainous nature of Greece invites you to embrace the sweet melancholy of autumn with 5 trips specially crafted for this enchanting season of the year.
During summer, white and blue is more intense in our country, but the autumn colours offer Greece a unique charm. The beauties remain the same, the shades change.
Litheos is one of the four rivers of Trikala and it originates from the Antichasia Mountains and flows into Peneos.
Panoramic view, peace, history and traditional customs, just 6 km. away from the cosmopolitan Nafplio. Built at a height of 120 meters, Pyrgiotika, a small village of 400 inhabitants, is the “balcony” of Nafplio, offering amphitheatrical views to the city, from everywhere in the village.
Built at an altitude of 980 meters below Mount Timfi, the village of Mikro Papigo composes a particularly imposing landscape. The traditional local architecture, lush vegetation and the beauty and wildness of the landscape make it an ideal destination for the most sophisticated travelers.
Discover Greece invites us to take a magical journey to Peloponnese through a new series of videos called "Wanderlust Greece".
Homeland of the god Pan, who according to mythology lived inside Arcadia’s mountains, a historical place inextricably linked with the revolution of 1821 and undoubtedly one of the most authentic parts of the Peloponnese, Gortynia impresses with its wild natural beauty and idyllic lifestyle.
Perched at 650 m. west of the mountain of the Centaurs, Portaria offers incredible views of Pagasitikos Gulf and it is just 2 km. away from the picturesque village of Makrinitsa.