A Guide to the Most Popular Islands in Greece


  To enter the world of the Greek islands is to enter a time-tested sanctuary decorated with sharp cliffs, lazy seas, perfectly bronzed bodies, and warm smiles. People take their time. There is no where to be, because you are already there. The sun keeps you inside for a long lunch and siesta, and when the sun begins to relax, the beaches fill up and the parties begin. Hedonism is more ... Read Full Article

Turkey Tourist Information


Introduction to Turkey The European country of Turkey is located to the northeast of the Mediterranean Sea. It is bordered by the Black Sea to the north and the Aegean Sea to the west. Turkey’s surface area is slightly bigger than that of Texas. In 1964, Turkey became an associate member of the European Community. Over the past decade, it has taken action to strengthen its democracy and ... Read Full Article

Greek History in Rhodes

Greek Orthodox priest

  An island best known as the once home of a Seventh Wonder of the World (The Colossus), Rhodes is popular both for its rich history and its warm weather. Greek ruins and remnants of the Knights Hospitallers fortifications dot the island, while rocky beaches attract numerous tourists seeking sun-related activities like diving and surfing. The island can be accessed by plane or by a short, ... Read Full Article

Roaming the Greek Isle of Rhodes

Woman Thinking by Pavlopoulos Nikolas

  Rhodes is the largest island of the Dodecanese archipelago and serves as the capital of the Greek Islands. Located between the isles of Karpathos and Kos, Rhodes is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece. Rhodes is most famous for the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the World.  Colossus was a large statue that stood over 30 meters high before it was ... Read Full Article