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Gabi Ancarola

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Gabi is a translator, journalist and travel writer. She collaborates with several magazines writing about travel, gastronomy, and hospitality in Europe. She has published several travel guides about Greek destinations and works in the promotion of tourism in Greece.
Coastline (Courtesy of Sarokinos Municipality).

Greek Municipality Releases Amazing ‘Great Escape’ Video

Saronikos, one of the most historic municipalities of Attica, has just released a new tourism video, promoting the area as the true Athens city...
Clean Seas

South Aegean Region Actively Promotes the UN Clean Seas Campaign (video)

The Regional Governor of the South Aegean region, George Hatzomarkos, has actively taken part in the United Nations Environment Program's (UNEP) Clean Seas Campaign....
Archimedes Museum

Second Best Hidden Museum of Europe is in Greece (Video)

One of the most relevant travel guides from Canada, FlightNetwork, has ranked the Museum of Archimedes in Ancient Olympia as the second best museum in...
Kinaros islet

Hellenic Entrepreneurs Association Adopts Greek Islet

  Kinaros, also known as Cinarus, is a small Greek island in the Aegean, located west of Kalymnos and Leros and east of Amorgos, and...
Oinotika Chania 2018

Cretan Fair Offers the Best of Greek Wines

This weekend, Wines of Crete, the association that groups together the winemakers of Greece's biggest island, will be throwing open the doors to OiNotika...
Three day trips from Santorini.

Santorini Day Trips to Explore the Greek Islands (Photos)

  Santorini and its Caldera are among some of the best-known images of Greece. Santorini sets a trend that never goes out of fashion, receiving...

New Greek Diving Park to Offer Reefs, Shipwrecks to Explore

A project to create a new diving park in Crete, extending over an area of about 60,702 square meters (15 acres), has received official...
UNESCO World Book Capital

Athens to Become UNESCO World Book Capital in April

  Athens is ready to begin this year with an exciting celebration having been designated World Book Capital, a title the city will hold from April...

Exhibition Explores the Roman Emperor Who Loved Greek Culture

Greece and Italy are coming together to highlight the life of the Roman emperor Hadrian whose love for Athens and Greek culture left a...
International Olive Oil Competition to Take Place in Delphi

Delphi to Host International Olive Oil Competition

A world leader in extra virgin olive oil production, as well as the world’s third largest olive oil producer, Greece is also a leader in...
Greek coffee traditions

Greek Coffee Rituals Remain at the Heart of Everyday Life

  Greeks consume 5.5 kilos of coffee annually per capita, putting the country into 15th position in a global list of top coffee drinkers. Probably one...
Beach and Village of Lindos, Ten things to do in Rhodes.

Ten Things to do in Rhodes

Rhodes is one of the most visited places in Greece. It is the biggest island of the Dodecanese, best known for the Colossus of...

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