I was born in the magnificent island of Crete, located in the southernmost area of Greece! As a kid, I was always curious, to explore the unique Cretan mountains and discover all the legends of Greek Mythology. By living next to the sea, I was also fascinated by the secrets of the Mediterranean sea. As a teenager, I traveled extensively within the Greek territory and discovered all the hidden gems of my country. It was easy for me to decide, that I want to share all these experiences with people that travel to Greece.....the land of Gods!!
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Mainland of Greece, Cyclades Islands, Dodecanese Islands, Central Greece, Peloponnese, North Greece"
How did you get involved in travel?
"I was raised in a family, that was always part of the Greek Travel industry! So the organization and offer of unique and authentic experiences to travelers from abroad was always part of the everyday life of my family!"
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I will never forget the first time, that I looked the breathtaking view of the sunset, from the cliffs of Oia in Santorini."
Featured trips & expertise
As the most cosmopolitan of Greece's Cycladic Islands, Mykonos has built a reputation for glitz, glamor, and beachside nightlife. Its charming Little Venice neighborhood and iconic windmills tempt jet setters from around the world. Wander its buzzy streets and discover its quieter, more traditional side. Cruise around the island in search of picture-perfect beaches and explore the archeological sites on nearby Delos.
From elegant restaurants serving grilled seafood on the beach to casual sandwich shops with a line around the corner, there's no shortage of places to eat in Chania. Try age-old recipes, like lamb slow-cooked in a wood-fired oven, and modern dishes made with freshly caught seafood. Some of the city's best restaurants are inside the Old Town, near the 14th-century port, while others are located a short drive away from the historic center. Read on to learn more about the best places to eat in Chania.
There are countless reasons to add Thessaloniki (Greece's second largest city) and Macedonia (Greece’s largest province) to your travel plans. From the white sands of Halkidiki to Thessaloniki’s pulsing nightlife, the region is bursting with world-class sites. No wonder that, together, they form the country’s most popular region.
Many travelers spend a few days on Crete, splitting their time between Chania in the west and Heraklion in the east. As you make your way from one region to the other, don't miss the chance to spend some time in the Rethymno, home to a famous monastery, a charming old town, and excellent restaurants. What to do, where to go, and what to see — especially if you only have 24 hours to spend? Follow this guide to find out.