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Αφιέρωμα: Tips για την κεντρική και Νότια Εύβοια

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Αφιέρωμα: Tips για τη Ρούμελη

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Το αγαπημένο βουνό των μουσών και του Ησιόδου διατηρεί ήπιο και σεμνό τουριστικά χαρακτήρα. Μόλις σε μιάμιση ώρα από την Αθήνα, θα βρεθείτε στον Ζαγαρά και στον ανατολικό Ελικώνα, έτοιμοι να εξερευνήσετε ένα παρθένο τοπίο με απίθανες διαδρομές μέσα σε δρυς και έλατα. Μπορείτε επίσης να κάνετε μια στάση στον καταρράκτη της Πέτρας αλλά και σε χωριά όπως η Αγία Αννα (Κούκουρα), με πολλές παραδοσιακές ταβέρνες και φιλόξενα καταλύματα. Συνεχίστε προς την καρδιά του βουνού, για να περπατήσετε ανάμεσα στα έλατα της Αρβανίτσας, ή ακολουθήστε το δρόμο προς τον Κορινθιακό και τις παραλίες του. Η εναλλαγή βουνού - θάλασσας είναι θαυμάσια. Το Κυριάκι ως κεφαλοχώρι συγκεντρώνει τις περισσότερες ταβέρνες, αλλά και ξενώνες.
 

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Hi, do you know weather forecast for the end of May/ beginning of June this year for Thassos? I know that in Bulgaria the Summer won't be good for relax, but in Northern Greece... ? Thank you.
Always keep in your luggage a thin jumper because sometimes wheather gets windy and during the evening hours, in conjuction with humidity, you might need it near the coast. Expect a bit different temperatures(lower) in the northern Aegean sea than the ones in the south region.

Generally speaking in regards to June begining, you should be expecting sunny warm weather.

I recommend this website of Hellenic National Meteorological Sevice to be getting daily forecasts for Thasos Island.
http://www.hnms.gr/hnms/english/forecast/forecast_region_html
Save it in your mobile phone browser bookmarks. Don't use the mobile version of this website. Use the desktop version instead.
 

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dear greek forumers

in august im going to the island of mykonos for 10 days.
i'd like to see athens too in this time. are there smart possibilities for a 1 or 2 days trip to the capital city? ferries? small planes? or do you say it's not worth for such a big distance?

thank you very very much for every information
 

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Hi Manolo, there are 2 or 3 flights a day between Athens with Aegean Airlines using Airbus A320s (not small planes) and the trip takes around 30 mins so a 2 day trip (stay overnight) is certainly feasible. The ferry is less frequent and takes much longer so might not be worthwhile. Athens is definitely worth a visit but either way I think you will love Mykonos!
 

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Hi, I want to ask you are there some websites which can show accomodation for Keramoti. Because Mouzenidis told me I must go and in place find, but I don't know if at this time I will be able to find something. Thank you.
 

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I know these, but it gives me only hotels for Keramoti, which are quite few. I heard that there are villas which offer accomodation, but I think I must go there in place and to find. At least in Mouzenidis they told me they're not being advertised on agencies.
 

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Τop 10 experiences for a first time tourist in Greece



One of the world’s leading travel guides, Lonely Planet, guides its readers to discover what Greece has to offer by presenting 10 experiences that every tourist must have when visiting Greece for the first time.

With its sparkling white beaches, crystalline water and venerable ancient sites, Greece lives up to all the hype. Most first-time visitors will arrive and depart through Athens, which makes an excellent jumping-off point or punctuation at the end of the trip, but beyond that it’s time to explore.
 

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Holiday ideas in Greece: readers’ travel tips


Macedonia region

Nymphaio is a beautifully preserved mountain village. It has fresh cool air and no crowds, even in high season. Stay at Argyro guesthouse and enjoy stunning views, lavish breakfasts (homemade loukoumades and rosewater rice pudding set you up for a long day’s hiking). There is also a bear sanctuary at Arcturos environmental centre that cares for animals rescued from circuses and zoos in the region.

Hand Picked Greece food tours, Crete

Cooking holidays in Crete are a great way to experience the island. Personable enthusiasts we met at an olive farm – where you can also pick other vegetables from the garden – communicated their passion for food, wine and local life. The accommodation was lovely.
 

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Greek island holiday guide: the north-east Aegean


Some islands fall easily into groups, others are left hanging and are gathered into more arbitrary designations. The latter is true of the north-east Aegean, which includes a hodgepodge of islands stretching from lush Samos in the south – just off the coast of Turkey – up to Thassos, 400km to the north and closer to Bulgaria than it is to Athens.

In between are an isolated stretch of islands, often far apart from each other and not well connected. Perhaps because of this, and the difficulty of labelling them easily together, these islands are often overlooked. For those prepared to travel a bit further afield, this is a bonus as, apart from midsummer, they tend to be uncrowded and unspoilt.

Samos is the nearest thing this group gets to “well-known destination”, but it is still more easily reached from Turkey than most of the rest of Greece. It does have its resorts but is big and diverse enough to still reward visitors. It is probably the most instantly attractive of the group.
 

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Greek island holiday guide: the Dodecanese


The Dodecanese translates as “the twelve islands”, of which the most well-known to the British traveller are the green expanses of Rhodes and Kos. Those who know their biblical history will have heard of Patmos, where St John wrote his Book of Revelation. In recent years canny visitors have been heading for lesser-known islands. Karpathos, the third biggest of the chain, has a stunning coastline divided between the beaches and bays of the south, and the rough crags of the north. Smaller Kalymnos, Kasos, Kastellorizo and Symi are less lush than their bigger companions but all have elegant harbours – a legacy of their trading past – and rocky interiors that offer good walking.

Nisyros, built on a still-active volcano, is a different story, and its dramatic, blackened, landscapes will please geology lovers. Astypalea, on its own to the west of the other islands, feels more part of the Cyclades than the Dodecanese. The more benevolent landscape of Leros and the low-key, and little-visited, charms of Tilos bring the count of 12 to an end.
 
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