The extended forests and the enchanting mountainous landscape of this verdant island of Macedonia region, brings Pelion to mind. However, it is the diving in the emerald waters of its countless golden beaches, that is indelibly recorded in your mind as an unforgettable experience.
A stroll along the busy seafront of Parikia, a dive in the tropical Kolymbithres and at dusk, ouzo at the picturesque Naoussa… For more private occasions, put on your explorer hat and head out to discover places that even here, in cosmopolitan Paros, resist mass tourism. (more…)
Small marine cities and villages, castles and fortresses, wetlands that throb with life, verdant hills that slip softly down to the wave… The region of Pylos, with its ageless Mediterranean landscape, combines harmoniously the outspread beaches of its coastline with the lee landscapes of Gialova’s lagoon. (more…)
The southernmost end of eastern Europe’s mainland
To the Gates of Hades.
Bare rocks, rapid windy slopes and sharp cliffs… rough seas and haunted-like fortresses, but also calm fishing villages, not to mention the tempting glassy beaches… all will be your fellow travellers in a different journey that will rivet you, here in the southernmost end of Peloponnese, in the southernmost end of Balcans. We are on the waterless stony land of Mani where untamed people once lived… (more…)
One thousand images, one thousand colours… “one thousand and one nights” make up the setting of this enchanting city of contrasts, here in the heart of Thrace, where different civilizations come together, where East meets West, Old meets New… First impressions Two different worlds coexist today in Xanthi, a contemporary Read more…
Every single corner of this city is filled with the sound of gurgling water. Edessa does not exist without its waterfalls and the waterfalls cannot exist without Edessa. They are the city’s landmark. This unbreakable bond in time has always been the main reason why this Macedonian city became popular Read more…
From the edge of Vikos Gorge to the lordly mansions of Papigo village and the stone bridges of Aristi, this timeless man-made landscape has co-existed harmoniously for centuries with the predominant, grandeur nature of Epirus region. (more…)
Makrynitsa, a well-preserved village, faithful to the traditional architectural standards of Mt. Pelion sits high on the slopes of this Thessalian mountain gazing out to sea. One of the most popular mountain destinations in Greece, the village has managed to retain all its charm … (more…)