Skiathos, an emerald island belonging to the Northern Sporades archipelago, has long been a favorite vacation spot for European tourists. Thanks to the tour operator Pantheon, now Russian lovers of Greece can discover and love this paradise in the Aegean Sea. From June 1, weekly direct flights Moscow-Skiathos are open here. Travel time is just over 3 hours. Flights depart every Sunday.
Despite the fact that Skiathos is generously favored by the sun – there are about three hundred sunny days in a year, he is buried in verdure all year round. Continue reading
Despite its relative geographical proximity to the neighboring regions, Epirus for a long time remained isolated from them. Once, strangers came to these beautiful and, at the same time, harsh mountain regions without any special desire – here and the locals settled in colonies, looking for a piece of land suitable for use. As time went on, attempts to get out of the hospitable embrace of the Epicurean-Epirtsians, on whose side were the sea and the mountains, proved to be in vain. Continue reading
Greece has long been firmly established in our lives. Now this magical country with its bright sun, crystal clear sea, centuries-old history, cheerful and hospitable inhabitants has become habitual for many, and for some even a permanent resting place. It is all the more surprising to discover something new, not yet seen in what has become so close and familiar. Perhaps for you this discovery can be Lemnos – an island in the Aegean Sea, located near the peninsula of Chalkidiki. Continue reading
Halkidiki, without exaggeration, can be called the pearl of northern Greece. This picturesque resort is considered one of the most beautiful and environmentally friendly in Europe. The evergreen peninsula, shaped like a trident of Poseidon, is washed by the crystal clear aquamarine waters of the Aegean Sea. The peninsula of Halkidiki is divided into three parts, popularly referred to as “fingers”: Cassandra, Sithonia and Athos. Each of the “fingers” is different from its neighbor and has its own characteristics. What is their uniqueness and why is it worth to go here? Let’s see! Continue reading
The west is usually where the sun sets. In Greece it is the Ionian Sea. That, in the guise of a white cow, Io fled – the mistress of Zeus and the priestess of his wife Hera from a giant gadfly, sent by a deceived wife. Sometimes you think about it, sitting in the evenings on the balcony, seeing off the crimson sun and driving off almost silent mosquitoes. Such thoughts reassure a little – size does matter. However, the comparison is not getting any easier. It becomes easier from the fine wine and the incomparable aroma of the Mediterranean. Continue reading