ancient architecture and not only
There is something strange in the islands, devoid of mountains. In the absence of a heavy stone outfit, they either try to hide their nakedness behind a lush green tropical outfit, or with the help of human hands hit the guests with architectural delights designed to replace natural beauty. But can anything compare to this natural power, the reliability of which you feel with your back, standing on the shore and looking at the horizon line separating the sky and the sea? Continue reading
A “fasten seat belt” light came on above the seats, and a few minutes later the liner emerged from the impenetrable shroud. A land appeared, above which clouds hung in shreds of white cotton. Scattered upward, they looked more like smoke from campfires — as if in each flap of an unevenly cut blanket the open fires were simultaneously extinguished. The chassis, touching the ground, as if in syllables, squealed with brakes: “Sa-lo-ni-ki.” The reverse buzzed and the plane rolled smoothly along the strip towards the airport … Continue reading
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