Chania is one of the largest cities of Crete, second only to the capital of the island, Heraklion. Busy and full of life; Chania is also an eclectic old town and a favorite of many returning visitors. The traditional sights of Chania combine landscapes made of different styles and eras; all of which bear a clear influence from the many civilizations that have ruled Crete throughout the centuries.

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In the late 1950s, the American physiologist Ancel Keys conducted the famous "Seven Countries Study". It was an exhaustive study of the dietary culture of the Mediterranean. The conclusions of this project were truly surprising and created a new term, the so-called “Mediterranean diet”.

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Put on your rafting waistcoat and helmet, embark on your boat and off we go to explore the splendid water paths of Greek nature! A perfect activity for action and nature lovers alike, rafting is the ideal way to discover secluded spots of unparalleled beauty while sailing past deep gorges and evergreen mountain slopes.

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Volos is one of the largest and most attractive cities in Greece as well as one of the country’s most prominent ports. The modern-day city, built near the site of ancient Iolcos, dominates the region of Magnesia from its position at the foot of Mount Pelion overlooking the Pagasetic Gulf. This is one of the most beautiful areas in Thessaly, in the centre of Greece (Volos is situated 320km N of Athens and 219km S of Thessaloniki) combining the allure of the sea with the mystical charm of the Centaurs’ mountain.

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With its strategic position, a crossroads of sea and land routes, Alexandroupolis connects Europe and Asia, East to the West. This beautiful seaside city, whose trademark is a Lighthouse, forms the centre of a truly fascinating region.
In the middle of the 19th century, fishermen from Maroneia and Makri established a small village, named “Dede-Agats”, meaning “the tree of the monk”.

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Beautifully preserved stone-built settlements and fortified towns spread all over Greece form a harmonious combination of local architecture and western influences. Silent witnesses of the country’s fascinating history are the ideal settings for you to rediscover romance. Whether in mainland Greece or on an island, beautiful sites await to offer you a journey through time and the opportunity to find yourself in places where the past and the present meet.

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Greek traditional sweets are made following the principles of Mediterranean diet, they are simple to prepare and are based on fresh ingredients such as fruit, honey, nuts and sesame paste, grape molasses and virgin olive oil.
These mouthwatering temptations, so hard to resist, highly nutritious and healthy will satisfy your need for a sweet without too many calories weighing down on your conscience!

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