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Luxury for Less at the Lindos Sun Hotel

On board a long transfer from Rhodes to Lindos, we eagerly looked out as the shuttle slowed to a halt at various hotels and villas along the coastline. ‘Could that be it?’ we wondered with each pause along the journey. Two hours in w...
by Eppie on Jul 5, 2016

Meteora Magic in Photos: Sacred Monasteries on Monoliths

A visit to the monasteries of Meteora, Greece will take your breath away. The landscape has been carved by wind and rain over thousands of years to create massive stone spires reaching to the sky. Atop these magnificent monoliths are ancient monaster...
by theplanetd on Mar 21, 2016

8 Greek Island-Hopping Adventures Not To Be Missed

There are some 6,000 Greek islands scattered throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas, only 227 of them inhabited. Each and every one is worth your while, although some are more difficult to get to than others. Don’t know where to start? Well, the...
by BarePockets on Feb 22, 2016

The Greek “Blue Lagoon”

The lakes have become a magnificent and well-organized destination Greece has its own ‘Blue Lagoon’ offering alternative relaxing moments. A magnificent scenery which will take your breath away. Lakes, waterfalls, rivers in Polilimnio Canyon in M...

Dikteon Andron. A Visit To The Home Of Zeus

Crete, the largest of all Greek islands, is without any doubt one of the world’s most enchanting places, thanks to its exceptional landscapes, imposing mountains, steep valleys, mysterious caves, fertile lands, luxurious vegetation, bountiful o...
by BarePockets on Jul 2, 2015

Kalarrytes: Photojourney to a Remote Greek Mountain Village

The original can be found here: Kalarrytes: Photojourney to a Remote Greek Mountain Village. Please read the original.Kalarrytes is a Greek village in the Pindos Mountain Range, located in the Epirus region. Its traditional silver and goldsmith tr...

Things to do in Greece

Greece is a beautiful and wonderful country, most areas of the country lies between several mountains, gorges, and islands. There are lots of historic monuments in the country, especially in the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by Travel on Oct 24, 2014

Top 10 Destinations for #MyAirbnbBucketList

Though I have hit the road many times and explored places many have not gone before, I still consider myself lacking when it comes to my travel experiences. I have seen a lot, but I have also seen quite few. It is because when I look at the map and b...
by First-time Travels on Jun 30, 2014

Mysterious Knossos

  If you travel to Crete without visiting Knossos, you are missing out on the best part, the island’s most emblematic, mysterious, amazing, and largest archeological site, the former political and religious center of the Minoan culture, dating...
by BarePockets on Jun 17, 2014

Majestic Mycenae

After a short stop in Athens and by the Corinth Canal, the next destination of our Greek saga was the Peloponnese Peninsula, where we visited the archeological site of Mycenae, one of the oldest fortified Greek cities, set between Argos … Conti...
by BarePockets on May 28, 2014

Mediterranean Countries Everyone Should Experience Once In Their Lives

There are countries in the world that should not be simply read about in books. Great monuments are left behind by ancient civilisations for us to marvel. How could, what we now know were not primitive cultures, achieve such feats of construction? Th...
by Larger Family Life on May 8, 2014

Give the gift of travel this Mothers Day

Give the gift of travel this Mothers Day Do you remember taking family vacations with your parents when you were a kid? Sitting around a... Give the gift of travel this Mothers Day is a post from: Traveling Canucks...
by Traveling Canucks on Apr 27, 2014

Magnificent Crete

Crete is the largest and most densely populated of all Greek islands. It is also the second in size in the eastern Mediterranean, after Cyprus. Located 160 km south of continental Greece, covering a surface of roughly over 8,000 square … Contin...
by BarePockets on Mar 25, 2014

Travel Guest Post: Luxury in Lindos

  Rhodes in the 1960’s attracted many of the wealthy and famous; everyone from Pablo Picasso to John Lennon found this a desirable location. Recently, Rhodes has become a very affordable holiday destination and has seen a large increase in tourism...
by Jetsetera on Mar 24, 2014

Travel: Going With the Wind- The Best Windsurfing Spots in Europe

    Picture yourself skimming the surface of the ocean, spurred on by the stiff sea breeze. The light blue sky above and the dark blue water below. There’s something very Zen-like about Windsurfing, a sport that stimulates your mind as we...
by Jetsetera on Jan 23, 2014

Something for all the family in Crete

    Crete is the largest Greek island and sits in Aegean Sea. It boasts a relatively warm climate long before the summer kicks in and stretches it out far after it ends, making it a perfect getaway if you’re looking for a family break whi...
by Larger Family Life on Jan 7, 2014

Guest Post: Gorgeous Greece - Kefalonia

Gorgeous Greece: KefaloniaGuest Post by Catherine M.There is so much to love about Kefalonia. It might be known for its starring role in the famous novel and follow-up film, Captain Corelli's Mandolin, but those in the know come here for many other r...

Mykonos

We take a small visual travel to Mykonos on Grecian Paradise today. Hop in to see more of the amazing photos of Marta Locklear and dream away with us ^^ Find My Paradissi on | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest |&n...
by My Paradissi on Sep 2, 2013

Post vacation thoughts

Getting back from vacation is never easy, especially when it involves long hours of emptying the mind and doing nothing more than enjoying the calming sea view, chatting with the spouse and losing myself in the pages of a favorite novel. A few days t...
by My Paradissi on Aug 19, 2013

The Caves at Matala

  Visiting Matala was among the most spectacular trips we made during our vacation on the island of Crete. But before getting to this small and yet spectacular resort, famous for its strangely shaped caves, we made a few stops … Continue readi...
by BarePockets on Jul 31, 2013


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