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Winemaking in the Cyclades

Winemaking in the Cyclades

Greek people have been practicing the art of winemaking for more than 6,000 years now. From the northern parts of Macedonia, birthplace of the tasty ruby reds that carry the scents of the forests to the sun & sea-washed dry varieties growing on the island of...
Christmas in the Cyclades

Christmas in the Cyclades

Celebrating Christmas and the New Year in the Cyclades, Greece, is always a fascinating experience!  If, in early December, it happens that you catch a ferry to the Cyclades, at almost every port you will be met by the beautiful sight of shining, lit up fishing boats,...
Mykonos: A story like a fairy tale!

Mykonos: A story like a fairy tale!

Though Greece is not the only country in the world with a rich mythology, the lives of gods, semi-gods and heroes in its pre-historical times still have the power of a multicolor, vivid fairy tale that can keep our fantasy alive and thriving. Children learn about it...
Manto Mavrogenous: the legendary Dame of Mykonos

Manto Mavrogenous: the legendary Dame of Mykonos

As you stroll around Chora, the beautiful capital of Mykonos, so serene in its fall dress, surrounded by a calm sea, you pass by Manto Mavrogenous square. This central “piazza” of the Old Port is “home” to a legendary woman, whose marble bust stands in the middle of...
Sweet September heaven

Sweet September heaven

With the sun setting a bit earlier every day and the wild “meltemi” winds gradually giving their place to the much milder fall breezes, September is a magical month for Mykonos!     Day temperature is still high, usually higher than expected, sea temperature...