Celebrating Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Greece means entering a magical world that has to be experienced with all of your senses! Pictures of unparalleled beauty; delicious flavours; intoxicating scents and joyful melodies form a mosaic of unforgettable experiences taking us back to our age of innocence. Feel the Christmas spirit and…who knows? Maybe you’ll come across some kind of elf hiding behind the Christmas tree if you are lucky enough!

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Built on the slopes of Mt Koziakas, the oblong mountain of the southern part of the Pindos, the picturesque villages of Elati and Pertouli are a major attraction of the wider area, not to mention a top winter destination throughout the country.

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Thermal springs have always enjoyed a special place in the life of Greeks. The ancient Greek writers and philosophers praised them for their invigorating qualities and acknowledged that they could contribute in a general state of well-being, combined with the Mediterranean climate and diet.

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Athens’s annual Santa Run is coming to town for the fourth consecutive year and will take place in Athens’s southern suburb of Glyfada on December 16, 2017 at 11 am promising young and old looking to enjoy the festive fun an amazing experience!

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Athens’s Christmas Factory returns to the city this festive season and will be open to visitors planning to spend their Christmas and New Year holiday in Athens from 1 December 2017 until 7 January 2018 featuring several fun activities, adventures and treats!

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  • The weather! Greece enjoys up to 300 days of sunshine a year. Winters temperatures are generally mild and you will often find that you are still able to bask in the warmth of the daytime sunshine. Yes, there will be cold and rain, but a lot less of it than in most other European destinations.
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Do you know why Grevenà is called "The land of the mushrooms"? Because in the area grow more that 1.300 mushroom species! Whether you are a mushroom lover or a gourmet specialist, in Grevená you will savour the most imaginative dishes, hot mushroom soups and tasty mushroom pies cooked with wild, cultivated, powdered or dried mushrooms, and sprinkled with mushroom liquor or mushroom sauces!

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A new list from Flight Network of the 50 top beaches in the world includes two Greek beaches, Elafonissi beach on the island of Crete and Navagio beach in Zakynthos Island. Elafonissi has long been famed for the stunning beauty of it’s fine pink sands and turquoise lagoon, while Navagio is famed not only for its stunning beauty with a backdrop of cliffs against the azure Mediterranean, but also for a huge shipwreck which now stands like an monument on its white sands.

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Lake Kerkini in Northern Greece, one of the most important wetlands in Europe, is considered to be one of the top European bird watching destinations. About 300 bird species have been observed here: some of them nestle, some winter, others stop over for rest or food.

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The gastronomy of an area tends to mirror its cultural identity. Xanthi is no exception to the rule as local gastronomy showcases the existing cultural mosaic. Greeks, Muslims, Pomaks, Romani, Armenians, Pontic Greeks, Cappadocians (coming from the Balkan peninsula and Minor Asia) have all added greatly to the rich gastronomic tradition of the area.

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