Daily Telegraph: 10 Secret Corners of Greece

The Daily Telegraph sent a message of optimism for Greek destinations in a recent report. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/greece/10-secret-corners-greece-now-easier-reach/ The author of the article Heidi Fuller-Love focused on the new collaborations of the airlines that will allow British tourists to discover new authentic places in Greece and presented the ten most impressive secret “corners” that this year will be more accessible to visitors.

The list includes Syros for the local culture as well as Naxos with the wild natural beauties, the cedar forests, the sandy beaches and the unique citrus liqueur. Next are Milos, the heavenly Skyros, the wonderful Ikaria, the special Leros, the beautiful Kastoria, the traditional Karpathos but also the charming and authentic Sitia of Crete. In the article, Astypalea stands out as a “green” goddess who impresses with sustainable innovations, the Byzantine castle and the picturesque windmills.

On the occasion of the list, deputy mayor responsible for tourism in Naxos and the Small Cyclades, Vangelis Katsaras, noted that Naxos highlights special tourist products that will fuel intense interest from abroad. On his part, the Mayor of Astypalea, Nikos Komineas, underlined the strong British interest presented in a recent presentation of Astypalea in London.


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