SETE Teams Up With Travelife For A Sustainable Tourism Industry

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The Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE) recently signed a cooperation agreement with Travelife* and the European Centre for Ecological and Agricultural Tourism (ECEAT) to support the sustainability of Greek tourism. The cooperation agreement aims to support Greek tourism enterprises recover profitability while improving … Continued

2012 Travel Trends Report from Skyscanner

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Sun seeking Brits With 2012 being one of the wettest on record, Brits went to greater lengths to ensure their share of the sun, with more travellers than ever before looking to get away to faraway shores, according to the … Continued

Hiking in Katharou Plateau

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Katharou Plateau (oropedio Katharou in Greek) is near Kritsa village, Agios Nikolaos region. In altitude 1550 m, is a great choice for hiking and enjoy the beauty of wild mountains and gorges surrounding the area.

Elounda beaches

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  In Elounda you can find several beautiful beaches, well organized, with recliners and umbrellas, while you can receive services in cafeterias, taverns, restaurants and hotels. Lifeguards are also available. The main beach is next to the port of Elounda. … Continued

Kapsa Monastery

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Kapsa monastery, is located in the southeastern edge of Crete, 5 km west of the Cape Goudouras (ancient Eritrean) in a panoramic position overlooking the Libyan Sea. Kapsa monastery is built on a fortified position on a steep and rocky … Continued

IFITT@ World Travel Market 2012

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IFITT is hosting a workshop  to discuss “Technology Enabling Travel”. The experience economy has become an increasingly important concept in modern society as well as in business. Today, consumers increasingly strive for experiences gained by the consumption of products/services. Tourism … Continued