Monthly Archive:: March 2012

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Kefalonia Spring Walk

It’s not surprising that Kefalonia was recently included in a Yahoo survey listing ’10 Amazing Undiscovered Islands’. Of course, we discovered the island many years ago and our clients – many of whom return year after year – enjoy its many-faceted beauty; from the sophistication of Fiscardo

Traditional Greece meets the world…..

For the last 50 years the small Ionian island of Lefkas has been promoting the message of peace, friendship and brotherhood among nations through music and dance. For one music-filled week in August the island’s activities are centred on the tiny capital of the island where the

Paxos Music Festival

If previous visitors to Paxos are unaware of an annual music festival on the island they may very surprised to learn that the event takes place in the sleepy  village of Loggos. Yet every year since 1986 the sounds of the world’s famous composers can be heard

The Owl and the Pussycat

The Owl and the Pussycat Went to sea In a beautiful pea-green boat, They took some honey, And plenty of money, Wrapped up in a five pound note. We are all familiar with this piece of nonsense but what is the hidden connection with the Ionian Islands?

Carnival in Greece

Despite the media attention on recent activities in Athens, little or no mention has been made of Carnival Week celebrated over the past seven days throughout Greece. Apokreas is the three week long celebration that runs up to the beginning of Lent. In some areas it is