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MONTHLY ARCHIVES February 2016

Andros

The first thing you see when you arrive in Andros is Gavrio Port. A small but lively village with traditional architecture which is a feature of the Cyclades, with plenty of cafes and places where you can eat something quickly on arrival or departure. There you will find bakeries where you can buy local pastries, […]

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Evoia island

  Evia is the second largest island and the sixth largest in the Mediterranean. The island is 3,654 square kilometers. and extends along the northeastern mainland of Central Greece, the Maliakos Bay to off the coast of Rafina, separated from it by the Euboean sea. Its shape is oblong with flattened both ends and around […]

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Dirfys Mountain

The Dirfys (born .: the Dirfyos), commonly Dirfi is important mountain range of central and eastern Gujarat altitude greater peak called Delfi (it), 1,743 meters. Excluding the mountains of Crete is the highest mountain in the islands. It has rugged terrain and is quite steep, especially on the east side of the extension of which […]

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View from Pnyx

I think Athena was right, Poseidon also. This place, Athens, has an irresistible beauty. Pnyx, the hill west of Acropolis and north of its brother, Filopappos, is a must see destination for visitors of Athens and the Athenians. You can get here from Thisio and Petralona, or walking up Pikioni’s trail passing by Herodion theatre. The […]

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Greece’s Fairyland

  If Tinker Bell ever got tired of her daily routine and left Neverland, she could find refuge here, at Ladon river. She won’t feel lost or lonely. The Greek fairies, the Nymphs, are here to welcome her. And that goes for anyone seeking a different kind of magic. This place inspired Panas, the cloven-hoof […]

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Greek Olive Oil: A Gift from the Gods

There are few better places to contemplate the very roots of Western Civilization than a sun-drenched outdoor taverna on a Greek island. And invariably when you do so and ponder Plato or Socrates and the philosophy of life, you will be sitting at a simple table adorned with the very same nectar that first lubricated […]

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Melissourgoi

Leaving Pramada and after a 10 minute drive, you arrive at the small village of Melissourgoi which is in a sense the opposite reflection of Pramada: it’s like taking a dive from the top of the mountain to the arms of the mountains’ cliff face. Almost a vertical downhill will lead you to the village’s […]

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Ioannina

Don’t miss this boisterous students’ town by the lake “Pamvotis”, surrounded by steep mountains. If it gets foggy it simply adds mystery and illusion to the landscape but if you are lucky enough on a shiny winter’s day you can see the snow-hidden mountains glow crystal icy or reflected in the lake. “Ioannina glacy and […]

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At a Naoussa’s winery

«Hey! There are horses in here! » You shouted joyfully, as we passed the yard’s door to the winery, «… and a dog and so many cats! So cute! » We entered the yard and then a dark, long room with a fire place at its end and a really big table alongside. It took as some seconds to get use to […]

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Erimitis beach – Paxos

  One of the finest examples of what nature can do in just a few moments. Erimitis is one of the two beaches in the,otherwise rocky fjord-like, west side of the small island of Paxos. It was created naturally after an earthquake in 2008 and it immediately became one of the many must visit beaches […]

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