All posts by Kaiti Psara

Naxos Town has it all

Most Cycladic islands’ capitals are small and populated during summer mostly. But this is not the case for Naxos Town, the capital of Naxos island. There are crowds and fun all year round. There are nearly 2000 permanent inhabitants in the town’s centre and the nearest suburbs. Not to mention that most of them are young. This is what keeps the island’s capital always so vibrant, even when the tourists have gone home.

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Less touristic Corfu

Corfu (or Kerkyra as it is called by the Greeks), is one of the best known touristic islands in Greece. Every year it accepts several thousands visitors from all over the world.In fact, Corfu has been familiar with the tourism industry long before the rest of the Greek islands starting getting involved with it. The expansion of the airport’s runway in 1959 allowed for an even greater touristic development. Continue reading Less touristic Corfu

Delightful Crete

One of the best known holiday destinations of Greece is the island of Crete. Its tourist infrastructure is constantly developing to keep up with the demanding needs of its clients. Still, the island respects and appreciates its authenticity, doing its best to keep it intact.

Its traditional character lays in its natural beauty, its food, its architecture and, most of all, in its local people, who stubbornly refuse to give in to modern characteristics. Continue reading Delightful Crete

Yummy Greek summer food

Nothing describes Greek summer better than the smell and taste of the deep fried calamari. Chewy with a crispy crust that delivers within seconds the taste of the sea to all your senses. The ultimate meze!

What’s missing is the drink. Here is where many opinions come up. Although beer refreshes you like no other drink (even if it is only for a short while), it is ouzo that gathers most votes as the best companion for the fried calamari. Continue reading Yummy Greek summer food