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Cephalonia- not just another holiday island

Cephalonia is one of the most amazing islands in the world. Seems to be very exotic and it is true: blue green water, mountains with amazing routes and natural parks and a flora and fauna which is varied and rich. It is not only the loggerhead sea turtle caretta-caretta and the Mediterranean monk seal monachus-monachus […]

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Lepida canyon

Lepida canyon is on Parnon mountain on the area of Kynouria between the villages Agios Ioannis and Platanos (exit). It is a relatively small canyon in a beautiful landscape with clear waters and most of the descents (10 all together) can be done with jumps and slides. Two of the descents though are 45 m […]

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Elafonisos

“Help me, help me, help me sail away Give me two good reasons Why I ought to stay ‘Cause I love to live so pleasantly Lazing on a sunny afternoon”. It was this classic hit by the Kinks and not a greek song playing on the ferry radio the first time I visited Elafonissos. It […]

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Easter in Greece

While much has changed about the Greece’ s way of life over the last years, Easter remains the major celebration of the year. From the smallest rural village to the hectic Athens, from Crete to Thessaloniki, families and friends come together to celebrate that deeply religious occasion, which takes place on the first Sunday after […]

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Louros river

Louros river is a small but majestic river located in Epirus, Greeece. You may go there by car, the distance from Ioannina city is just 20 kilometers. Don’t forget to eat smoked brown trout in any of the many nice and romantic cafe-restaurants by the riverside. ros

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Connecting with Kokkari

When I travel, I always find myself inadvertently daydreaming about the city I’m exploring. As I’m wandering the streets, it’s only a matter of time before I’m imagining what daily life must be like. I think about everything from morning commutes to getting groceries, and I wonder if locals are sometimes still as awestruck by […]

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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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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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Kalymnos

Situated between Kos and Leros, Kalymnos is the fourth largest island in the Dodecanese. It is surrounded by quiet islets, some inhabited only by sheep and goats, others – like Telendos and Pserimos – with just a few houses and tavernas. The Kalymnian landscape is rocky, its majestic mountain slopes fragrant with thyme, sage and […]

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Papanikolis Cave

“Ι dare you to dive into the frozen waters” a friend said. And I only had to think about it for a second. Because once you reach the Papanikolis Cave, the real challenge is to stay on the boat, resisting the allurement of the crystal clear sea. So, are you strong enough to spurn the […]

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