A new take on Greece

How to explore Volos and Mount Pelion — the Greek peak famous for its food
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How to explore Volos and Mount Pelion — the Greek peak famous for its food

One of Greece’s lesser-known tourist hotspots, Volos is arguably also one of its most beautiful, with mountains rising from the coastline and a local cuisine that’s hearty and full of flavour.
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Experience the wonders of Greek wine where it's produced

One of Greece’s eight wine roads, the Epirus route is home to three historic wineries, with the debina white grape the star of the show.
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Nine Greek islands for globetrotting gastronomes

Greek island-hopping has long been a favourite traveller pastime, but it’s well worth factoring in the local gastronomy to get the most out of each stop. Here are 9 islands famous for their food.
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Why Greece should be at the top of your winter hitlist

Greece typically conjures up images of cerulean seas and idyllic powder sand beaches, but head inland from December to May and there’s a winter wonderland waiting to be discovered.
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The road less travelled: exploring Northern Greece

Kavala, Xanthi, Thasos and Samothrace may not spring to mind as your first ports of call on a trip to Greece, but these gems have charm in abundance. Here’s a two-week itinerary on how to make the most of a tour around the north of the country.
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Athens: 10 new ways to experience this ancient city

From an interactive geological museum to a minimalist multi-storey space with works from up-and-coming Greek artists, there’s far more to Athens than ancient monuments.