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Kythira, the birth place of Ancient Greek Goddess Aphrodite

Kythira, the birth island of the Greek Ancient Goddess Aphrodite according to the version of Hesiod The most important attraction of the island is the castle of Agios Dimitrios that was built during the 12th century BC and destroyed completely by the pirate Barbarossa and later admiral of the Ottoman Navy Don’t miss to visit the […]

  • February 1, 2021
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ERGON HOUSE ATHENS

Forget about the typical hotel experience. Food is at the forefront of our hospitality, the guiding thread that runs through Ergon House, from your explorations of the Agora marketplace..

  • January 23, 2020
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Travel back in time at the city-museum of Nafplio

The day you visit Nafplio you wish to live there forever! It became the first capital of Greece at 1828 and there you can admire all the historic buildings of the newly formed state. Worth seeing: Palamidi, Akrobafplia, Palamidi castles, the first Hellenic Parliament, the church of Agios Spyridonas and many more to discover. Make […]

  • September 3, 2020
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Mount Athos Cuisine by Monk Epifanios Mylopotaminos

The Athonite monk Epifanios o Mylopotaminos, after living for several years in the Holy Monastery of Saint Paul, decided, in 1990, to pursue his monastic life in the Holy Seat of Agios Efstathios – Mylopotamos

  • September 1, 2019
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A taste of Greek summer in Aigina island, 26-30 of August

Just an hour away from Athens, Aigina island will surprise you with its beauty! Book your accommodation online at Katerina Hotel 3*, 300m away from the beach of Agia Marina Suggested arrival departure dates 26-30 August Stay at double room with pool view just paying 68 € including breakfast Highlights: Temple of Afaia, The old […]

  • August 21, 2020
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The Myth of the Ammon Zeus

Built during the 1960s, the Ammon Zeus Hotel was among the very first holiday accommodations to begin operating in the now famous Peninsula of Chalkidiki.

  • September 2, 2019
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