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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.

Visitors Flock to Cretan Wineries’ Special ‘Open Doors’ Weekend

This Saturday and Sunday different wineries located all over the Greek island of Crete will open their cellars to wine lovers and visitors in general....

Mykonos: More Than a Greek Party Island

Centrally located in the Cycladic group of Greek islands, Mykonos is an extremely popular summer destination. Known for its epic party atmosphere but also for...

Kastoria’s Private Mansions Throw Open Their Doors to the Public (photos)

Some of the most important mansions in the northern Greek city of Kastoria will throw open their doors to the public during the European Year...

Unknown Beaches of Crete: Ravdoucha

The Cretan village of Ravdoucha is, according to many, one of the most traditional places in the solitary Rodopos Peninsula. Located on the western...

Mani’s Alypa, a Hidden Gem of the Peloponnese

Alypa is a hidden spot located in the Greek region of Mani, one of the three peninsulas of the Peloponnese, famous for its shores...

Explore the Greek Island of Agistri

Agistri is a lush green island located in the Argo-Saronic Gulf with a picturesque and unspoiled charm that makes for the ideal summer holiday...

Escape the City for a Swim in Greece’s Lake Vouliagmeni

One of the most beautiful places along the Athenian Riviera is, without any doubt, Lake Vouliagmeni. Perfect during any time of the year, both...

Exploring Greece’s Saronic Islands: Salamina

Salamina (or Salami) is the largest island in the Saronic Gulf, the closest one to Athens, and is endowed with impressive natural beauty, a magnificent...

See the Volcanic Springs of Greece’s Methana Peninsula

Methana is an area located on the Peloponnese Peninsula, on the Argosaronic Gulf. The peninsula of Methana originated from a volcanic eruption about 2,300...

Top Things to Do in the Island of Ios (Video)

Greek mythology usually links the Greek island of Ios to Homer, the epic poet who died on the island incapable of solving the riddle...

Porto Timoni, the Blue Paradise of Corfu (photos)

There is a corner in the Ionian island of Corfu known as the Blue Lake, its name is Porto Timoni, a double bay with...

Mountain and Sea Combine in Spectacular Cretan Adventures

There are few places in the world where high mountains, traditional villages and a rural lifestyle combine with close proximity to the sea, a...

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