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The gentle Greek Island of Ammouliani

The sun glints off white sand and aqua water as I walk down the stairs to Alikes Beach. One of six major beaches on...

Tripping over Pyrgos on Santorini

When I first saw Pyrgos in 2014 it was late afternoon through swirling fog rolling up 700-foot-high cliffs. The mist hugged the low flat...

Memories of Greece: Agia Marina, Aegina

Aegina is an easy island to the Athens mainland to go. A sandy beach is what tourists dream of. Before the 2020 pandemic, I...

Visiting the Heart and Soul of Greece: The Peloponessos

BY AURELIA   During the last five summers, I had visited and spent time on more than a dozen Greek islands, including Crete, Corfu, Mykonos, and...

«ΑΡΒΗ» ΕΝΑΣ ΜΙΚΡΟΣ ΠΑΡΑΘΑΛΑΣΣΙΟΣ ΠΑΡΑΔΕΙΣΟΣ ΣΤΗ ΚΡΗΤΗ

ΜΕΣΑ ΑΠΟ ΤΑ ΜΑΤΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΑΝΝΑΣ ΜΠΙΘΙΚΩΤΣΗ   ΠΡΟΛΟΓΟΣ Λένε ότι: Ταξιδεύουμε αρχικά για να χάσουμε τον εαυτό μας· και ταξιδεύουμε για να τον βρούμε. Ταξιδεύουμε...

Memories of  Italy: Women in Ravenna Mosaics

By: Catherine Tsounis, contributing editor   Mosaics are amazing in Ravenna. Women and their influence are scenes in the Byzantine mosaics. “Women never betrayed their identity...

Naxos, Mykonos, Delos: divine vacations in the Cyclades

Fiercely independent in the center of the Cyclades, Naxos, Mykonos and Delos knew of times before there was time. Naxos: birthplace of the King of...

OLD KARDAMYLI, THE KAPATANIO AND THE MARCH THAT SPARKED THE 1821 WAR OF INDEPENDENCE

BY AURELIA Edited by: Mariekaty Athanasea Georgota, Resident of Kardamyli and Fulbright Scholar   Kardamyli, a small Village with a claim to being over 3,000 years old and...

SFAKIA:  WHERE THE MOUNTAINS MEET THE SEA

By Aurelia, Contributing Editor     Sfakia, located South of Chania and surrounded by the Lefka Ori or “white mountains,” is one of the most...

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