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Best Beaches on Chios, Greece’s Island of a Thousand Faces

Chios is the fifth-largest island in Greece, and it is a hidden gem waiting to be unveiled. Its surrounded by the sparkling, deep sapphire waters of the Aegean Sea.

The Greeks who Fought on the Side of the Allies on D-Day

Greeks fought on the side of the Allies on D-Day, June 6, 1944, which was largest seaborne invasion in history.

Why Greek Island Houses Are Blue and White

World famous destinations such as Mykonos and Santorini are easy to identify in photos thanks in part to their distinct architecture. Influencers love taking...

Halkidiki: The Top Ten Best Beaches on Greece’s Spectacular Peninsula

Halkidiki (or Chalkidiki) is a peninsula which is part of the region of Central Macedonia in northern Greece.

Naxos, Greece’s Island of the Gods

Naxos is the largest island of the Cyclades island group, and although it is comparatively unknown relative to Greece's many other idylls, it is...

Running a Taverna By the Sea in Greece

Taverna by the Sea is an enchanting, funny and poignant memoir about answering the call of adventure by taking on a challenge: helping to...

Agios Petros: The Oldest Submerged Settlement of the Aegean

The small islet of Agios Petros, north of Alonissos, Greece, is believed to be the oldest submerged settlement of the Aegean. Founded around the end...

10 Countries You Probably Didn’t Know they Exist

There are numerous countries in the world that are not as popular or well-known as others, yet they have their own unique cultures, histories,...

6,000-Year-Old Fishhook Suggests Shark Was on the Menu

Around 6,000 years ago, people living in what is now Israel may have eaten sharks, according to experts who found a big copper fishing...

April Fool’s Ancient Origins and the Tradition in Greece

The custom of setting aside a day, April Fool's Day, for playing harmless pranks upon one's neighbor has been relatively common in the world...