Category Archives: Cyclades Islands

Summer holidays for all tastes in Greece. Part 2

Continuing the summer travel guide to the best Greek Islands, Cycladia uncovers the rest of Greece’s hidden gems and preferred destinations.

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The Blue Flag Beaches of Greece Win the World

Golden, white, exotic and tranquil, lacy and secluded, fully organized or remote, the beaches of Greece have conquered the world. Greece ranked 3rd out of 50 countries for the most ‘Blue Flag’ Beaches worldwide counting 395 beaches and 9 marinas in total for 2015.

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Clean Monday: Long Weekend Islandscapes

The long weekend of Clean Monday is just around the corner and it’s time for you to enjoy the company of your loved ones and get away from your everyday routine. Either you choose to stay in the heart of Athens, take a road trip to the most beautiful places of central Greece or head for the mountains you will probably run into some of the most spectacular events of the carnival.

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It’s beginning to smell a lot like Christmas…in Greece

It’s almost Christmas but you’ve been so occupied with your everyday routine that you have completely forgotten how it feels to count down to the holidays. The only thing that slightly makes you feel like Christmas is the sound of the Christmas carols and the numerous Santas you encounter in shopping centers on your way home from work.

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Top 5 Whit Monday Seascapes

Whit Monday also known as Monday of the Holy Spirit is a national holiday for most Greeks as well as for many other countries worldwide. It is a chance for all to salute the summer and take off for the first weekend summer break of the season.

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The Destinations of the Zodiac

Some believe that the signs of the zodiac can give us insightful predictions concerning our everyday life, our social, economic and relationship status as well as the future.

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Get EGGstatic Over Hellenic Tradition

Easter in Greece is celebrated with deeply rooted customs and traditions. From the beginning of the Passion Week to the feast of Easter Sunday we have followed the festivities, the local recipes and cultural norms taking place throughout the country during this season.

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The Sleeping Beauties of the Cyclades

Once upon a time there was a land, blessed with the gifts of nature, springs, streams, rivers and sea, lush forests, imposing mountains and fertile valleys; a land waking from its long history and the struggles of its past…

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Natural Treasure Trails: 3. The Ambrosial Journey of the Grape

From Noah’s farm to the Last Supper and the ancient Greek symposiums, grape has been regarded as the gift of life, a life blossoming in the Greek lands in abundance since antiquity. With more than 300 indigenous grape varieties grown in the country, Greece is par excellence a country of long winemaking tradition.

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Instagram Users Deified the Greek Summer

The Greek summer is cherished every year by all social media users. If one browses the hashtag #greeksummer or #greekislands and the “like” on the various online platforms, they will have a sip of the heady Greek summer by users that were already seduced by what Greece has to offer during summertime!

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Ancient Greek Pantheon climbs down Olympus to inspire fashion

Ancient Greek gods and goddesses would have never imagined that they might be an inspiration for some of the very famous and much praised fashion designers some millennia later.

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Bathe in Hellenic Nature

The healing powers of the earth have blessed its surface and endowed Greece with mineral springs and geothermal natural baths known for their healing properties.

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Wake me up when September ends

Schinousa is a paradise on earth – especially in September. The tiny island of Small Cyclades is the quintessence of frugal luxury and the epitome of creative silence.

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Fall for the Cyclades

This fall rise above the ordinary, beyond conventional and tangible romance.

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Greece of Grace

Grace was born to adorn Greece with the charms of genuine simplicity and elegance through the signing of Grace Santorini, Grace Mykonos and Grace Kea. Since the opening of the first luxury boutique hotel in Greece, Grace Hotels have received praises for top design, hospitality excellence and the Bespoke by Grace service.

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