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Nafpaktos with Kids

· A Family Travel Guide ·

Where is Nafpaktos? Nafpaktos is a coastal town in Western Greece. It is not so widely known to foreign tourists but it is one of the most picturesque places in this part of Greece. Nafpaktos combines the sea with the mountains thus making it an all year round destination and a popular weekend destination for…

5 Best Winter destinations for families in Greece

Winter destinations for families in Greece Think of uncluttered ancient sites in cooler weather and pretty towns and traditional villages to discover with your kids. The Greek cities are at their best in winter. The soft sunny weather of Athens and Thessaloniki make them an ideal winter escape. Explore the monuments and sights without the…

Travel Pelion Greece with Kids

· A Family Guide ·

Introduction Pelion is the peninsula region of Thessaly (Central Greece) and an area relatively unknown outside of Greece. But perhaps it is the only area in Greece where sea and snow can be combined so easily. Pelion is known for its high mountains and its beautiful beaches. Traditional villages are scattered around the mountains and…

Travel Bloggers Greece Trip to Pelion

Destinations for families in winter in Greece

In the last weekend of January 2017, Travel Bloggers Greece, the professional blogger network organization that I am a member of, celebrated its second anniversary. For that occasion, a trip to Pelion was organized by Spyrou Philoxenia, the destination expert for the area. With a touring bus from Les Hirondelles, Transportation Supplier, we travelled from Athens to Tsagarada. We…

Montanema Handmade Village

· Family Friendly 5* Luxury in Traditional Setting ·

In the last weekend of April 2014, I was invited by Travel Bloggers Greece and Family Goes Out on a team trip to Montanema Handmade village. I had a chance to experience 3 days in a luxury accommodation surrounded by a pine tree forest at a unique place in Greece. I have written a review about this…