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A bit(e) of Greece!


Visiting Greece during summer, is not an option. Itโ€™s a natural choice! You only need to pack your positive mood.

Whether you have had a rough year and need to fill up your batteries, or you just plan on having fun, this is your destination. Greece has it all.

Relaxation, adventure, picturesque sights, historical landscapes and lots of natural beauties. Mountain or sea, you will be dazzled by the magical touch of nature. Sights that cut your breath are almost everywhere you look.


Greece comes in the 15th place in the world rating of tourist destinations, and that is because more than 15 million people visit us every year. It has a long history which shows in the hundreds of archaeological and historical sites. Greece is surrounded by water, and has nearly 6.000 islands, but only 166-227 of them are inhabited. They are the most popular Greek destinations, especially in summer. If youโ€™re planning on going to one of the islands, you should know that there is a huge variety of beaches and sea landscapes and if you look it up online, you will easily find the landscape that suits your needs.

ImageBut you canโ€™t visit the islands, without tasting their culinary traditions. It is a rather significant part of Greek hospitality (โ€œFiloxeniaโ€ in Greek).

Culinary traditions are travelling us back in time, and connect taste and tradition. There are some treasure-recipes, made the traditional way, which you cannot afford to miss! Everywhere you go, try to taste local home-made recipes. And do not be afraid to try new tastes and ingredients, weโ€™re sure that you will enjoy plenty of them!

We have developed a know how in tourism, so we’re sure that if you choose a Greek destination for your summer holidays, you will not regret it at all. For us here, tourism is a way of living.

An opportunity for others to see how lucky we are we were born here.

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A Greek flatbread traditionally baked on the first day of the Great Lent.

Tarama Salad

is a meze made from tarama (the salted and cured roe of the cod, carp, or grey mullet) mixed with olive oil, lemon juice, and a starchy base of bread or potatoes.