Knossos, is the largest Bronze Age archaeological site on Crete and is considered Europe’s oldest city. Located 5 km southeast of the city of Heraklion in Crete, it is one of the most visited archaeological sites in Greece as the Palace of Knossos was undoubtedly the ceremonial and political centre of the Minoan civilization and culture.
Adrenaline meeting over one of the world’s best beaches.
The Shipwreck Bay is one of the most known beaches on earth. Everyone has seen pictures of it. Blue water, white little peddles that look like sand from distance and all these surrounded by sheer limestone cliffs. Seems like god was trying to create a scenery of unique beauty and he did it. Luck, human factor and the weather conditions in the area just added the final touch in this work of art… a wrecked ship that ‘sleeps’ on this beach since 1982.
“The monument of the great Russian poet Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin was installed on the Parnassus slopes in Delphi, a holy place as the poet would often writte in his poems.
MYTILENE, LESBOS ISLAND GREECE
1-3 OF AUGUST
The international Music & Graffiti “Beach Street Festival” will be on for the second year in a row. This year, it will be based in Mytilene, the capital of Lesvos Island. 50 or more artists and bands and over 100 graffiti artists will be participating from all over Europe and Turkey. Read more
1. Greece specializes on small-scale production of high quality wines. Around 5 million liters of wine are produced per year, ranking Greece as one of the most important word-wide in relation to its population and viniculture zones.
We’d read about them—Athena, Aphrodite, Artemis. Mythic women who were once the epitome of wisdom, beauty, and wildness. Travelling in Greece, on a women’s sacred sojourn, we found these fabulous females still very much alive—waiting to bring to life the modern day goddesses we’ve always wanted to be.