“Greece has it all. Not many European nations can boast over 300 days of year-round sunshine, islands outnumbering the days spent in one country, epicurean adventures to please the most discerning food connoisseur, and a cultural treasure chest of antiquities,” the Huffington Post
The year 2017 brought a record 30 million visitors to Greece and as the year closes, projections for 2018 are high. As travelers continue to fall in love with Greece, the Ministry of Tourism is promoting Greece with its mild spring and winter season as a year-round destination.
And tt’s not just the usual suspects of Athens, Santorini, and Mykonos who are reaping the benefits from Greece. Significant increases in arrivals include: Lesvos and Samos in the North Aegean; Kavala in Eastern Macedonia; the island of Kos in the South Aegean; the Ionian islands of Zakynthos and Kefalonia.