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Longing for summer? No matter your fancy, Greece ticks the boxes for an amazing holiday. Of course, any memorable adventure starts with a great hotel. And our pick of the best luxury hotels and resorts...

While it’s a topic still hotly debated all over the globe, there’s no doubting that the world is becoming more and more accessible with every passing day. In fact, for those with limited mobility,...

Away from the glaring lights of central Athens is a stretch of coastline with beach side bistros, yacht filled marinas, and tanned bodies taking dips in secluded coves. This is the Athens Riviera and...

Greece is a destination with endless places to see and experiences to enjoy. Most will know about Athens with its history dating back thousands of years or the picture perfect islands like Mykonos, Crete,...

Greece is somewhere that everyone should go at some point in their life. It is the cradle of civilization with 5th-century B.C. monuments to the gods and thousands of years of history. It has fantastic...

Words by Sally Meeson The island of Mykonos is famed for its rustic charm: whitewashed houses dripping with pretty pink flowers, cobbled streets winding up to windmills on hilltops and old captains’...

Santorini, you have taken my breath away. Who knew you could experience a little piece of heaven on earth only three hours on a plane from London? This ancient island is both magical and mystical and has...

The windmills that line Mykonos’s coastline indicate that it’s a windy island, but Buddha Bar’s exclusive beach cove provides a welcome shelter from the breeze. The restaurant is part of...

I often associate fine dining with capital cities but Bill and Coo throws that assumption out the window. Mykonos is rapidly gaining a reputation for being a playground for the rich and famous, and this...

For those considering a weekend break, Athens, the ancient capital of Greece in the Attica region, offers visitors an intriguing glimpse into a colourful kaleidoscope of history and culture. Considered...