Forbes | Hotel Living: How Hotel Residences Are Changing Tourism

Growing in popularity, hotel-branded residences can offer investment potential for buyers and added value to the surrounding community. Checking out of a five-star hotel is never easy: it’s hard to say goodbye to the swish amenities; pristine suites; and your-wish-is-my-demand service. However, with more and more luxury hotels now offering private residences, some guests never… Read more »

The five most stunning sunset villas in Greece

The 5 most stunning sunset villas in Greece Sunsets in Greece are indeed stunning, especially in the privacy and serenity of a sea-view villa. Fair enough, there are more than 5, but these five definitely belong in the top of the list. As the sun hides behind the horizon, colouring the sky in deep hues… Read more »

Northeastern Aegean Islands

Samos, Ikaria, Chios, Lesvos, Limnos, Agios Efstratios, Psara, Fournoi, Oinousses, Samothrace and Thassos are among the islands that complete the picture of the northeastern Aegean. The climate is warm and temperate Mediterranean. Temperatures in the summer can go as high as 27°C and 11°C low in the winter. There are steady breezes throughout the year… Read more »

Villas for sale in Corfu


‘Somewhere between Calabria and Corfu, the blue really begins… you are aware of a change in the heart of things: aware of the horizon beginning to stain at the rim of the world: aware of islands coming out of the darkness to meet you’. So begins Lawrence Durrell’s 1945 ode to Corfu, Prospero’s Cell. Even… Read more »


The quiet main town of Gaios, which has retained its elegant Venetian architecture, acts as the island’s harbour and social centre. The two other villages of note are Loggos and Lakka, with their tiny cluster of houses and cafes. However, the natural beauty of Paxos lies in its charming countryside. Hire a boat and explore… Read more »


“Ithaca, the second smallest among the Ionian Islands, remains untouched by mass tourism. This exquisite rocky island boasts lush greenery and mountainous villages with traditional charm. It is often associated with Homer’s Ithaca, the legendary home of Odysseus in the Odyssey, and with Cavafy’s poem ‘Ithaca,’ which symbolizes adventure, travel, and the enduring quest for… Read more »


The island’s capital is Argostoli, a neat and pleasant town filled with cafes, restaurants and bars. Take a seat at Ampelaki Restaurant, a little gem that combines the best quality ingredients with a passion for Kefalonian and Greek cuisine, or take your pick from the bustling cafes crowding the main square, Platia Valiianou. Kefalonia’s coastline… Read more »

Athens in Spotlight: Documenta 14

The ambitious endeavour, first time exhibited outside its native country, is inspired by the intense greek challenges of economic crisis as well as the strenuous immigration wave. The enormous contemporary art exhibition, presented every five years as a “museum of 100 days”, will share its 14th edition between Kassel and Athens, where 160 international artists… Read more »