Found 6 posts tagged with ‘islands’.

Greek islands grow in property investment

Sep 19th, 2007 Posted in News | Read the full story

Improved communications and transport networks on the Greek Islands have led to growth in Greece property investment. Regeneration investment carried out in preparation for the 2004 Olympics, coupled with a growing economy, and increasing tourism figures, have further strengthened the Greece property market. A Place In The Sun magazine found Greece ...

Greek wildfires don’t deter tourists

Sep 1st, 2007 Posted in News | Read the full story

According to the Tourism Minister Mrs. Petralia, "No one can deny the magnitude of destruction caused by these wildfires, but Greece's beautiful beaches and islands, our strongest marketing points, are here, untouched by the fires." Most of Greece's tourism earnings come from popular vacation islands like Mykonos, Santorini, Rhodes and ...

Buyers are tempted by the Greek Islands

Jul 30th, 2007 Posted in News | Read the full story

According to an article published on Times Online Rhodes and Crete, after recent investements in land development, are becoming attractive hotspots for many Britons who love the islands and wish to own their holiday villa or apartment.

Greece investing in tourism

Jun 1st, 2007 Posted in News | Read the full story

Around 16 million holidaymakers from around the globe are expected to head to Greece for the unique combination of sea, sand and history that the area has to offer. This represents a seven per cent increase on last year, according to research by the Institute for Tourism Research and Predictions. Britons ...

More seaplane routes planned for the Greek islands

May 26th, 2007 Posted in News | Read the full story

Another round of Seaplane routes are being planned for some of Greece's more remote islands, part of an ongoing pilot programme promoted by the transport and merchant marine ministries to establish air links to islands without airports. The intention is to establish a network of 30-40 seaplanes that will meet ...

Tourists rediscover their sea wings

May 19th, 2007 Posted in News | Read the full story

Romantic nostalgia for the golden age of travel has combined with the commercialism of 21st-century tourism to bring seaplanes to the Mediterranean for the first time in 60 years Flying boats were a common sight in the Twenties and Thirties but largely died out after the Second World War. Companies ...

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