Kos Vineyards: A Tradition from Antiquity

Winemaking in Kos dates back to antiquity and is strongly associated with the history of the island. However, up till early 2000s the art of winemaking had been in continuous downfall. Locals had turned to other activities, mainly because they wanted to focus on tourism. So they neglected viticulture. On the bright side, now things …

A Magical Journey to Sifniot Cuisine

Sifnos is a marvelous island of Cyclades. Famous for its elegance and the wonderful beaches, the sights and attractions, pottery and unspoiled nature, this Cycladic beauty has another reason to enchant travelers. Sifniot cuisine is distinctive than the rest in Greece and features some of the most delicious food you have ever tasted in your …

Famous Greek Wine Varieties

Wine making has been strongly correlated with Greece in its essence. Ever since antiquity, Greeks have enjoyed wine and worshiped its uniqueness. It is no wonder why God Dionysus was celebrated in every part of the country. The most cheerful God of them all, protector of wine and feasts among others. The art of viticulture …

Greek Michelin Restaurants for Food Lovers!

Greece has always held a special place in worldwide gastronomy. The abundance in high quality products, the mastery of housewives and local chefs, the long-lasting history… All these elements have played a huge role in Greek contemporary cuisine. However, over the past few decades something even more magical has happened. All the primitive concepts and …

Skorpios: The Legendary Island of Onassis

Skorpios island is located right across Nidri village in Lefkada. Despite its small size, this island has become a true legend due to its impressive history. Verdant and bursting with life, Skorpios has been transformed from a strip of land in an unspoiled Paradise to a hub for jet setters and celebs. And the power …

A Journey to Paleochora & Medieval Kithira

In the northeastern part of Kithira lies Paleochora. This has been the former capital of the island, under the name of Agios Dimitrios. It is built on the foot of a hill and bears medieval characteristics. It is no wonder why it has been called Mystras of Kithira, since the Monemvasians were the ones who …

1st Thessaloniki Cocktail Festival

What could be more idyllic than summer nights over chilled glasses of cocktails? Summer is the perfect time to indulge in such fruity flavors. This is why the 1st Thessaloniki Cocktail Festival from TropTown hits it off on June 2nd and 3rd. Soon the weather is going to be hot and nights will be filled …