In today’s Hidden Islands series, we are shining the spotlight on Ios. This special place is known as the “flower of the Aegean Sea,” a rare gem of the Cycladic islands — situated halfway between Naxos and Santorini.
This cultural tale will take you on a journey through ancient Greek theatre, an art form that thrives in our modern world. Some ancient Greek plays date back to 700 B.C., taking center stage at festivals to honor the gods, especially for Dionysus, the mighty god of theatre, wine and festivity. At Fly Me to
Traditional Products of the Cycladic Islands They say that one way to a man’s heart is through the stomach. Perhaps the way to discover a destination’s soul is through savoring its gastronomic delights. Greece is not only famous for its magical islands, renowned hospitality and welcoming people, but it is also a land that offers
The rich history of a castle town named Monemvasia… Monemvasia is an imposing slab of rock, a natural fortress that has hid a village for centuries – a place conquered through time. Its history began with an earthquake, which separated Monemvasia from the mainland in the fourth century. Today, a small causeway links Monemvasia to
The top Greek island summer festivals combine the vibe of island living and a vibrant celebration of the arts. We love the atmosphere these festivals offer each individual isle – a truly unique cultural experience in one of the most beautiful corners in the world. Check out our list of top Greek island summer festivals.
Out of the 6,000 Greek islands and islets graciously scattered across the Aegean and Ioanian Seas, only 227 of them are inhabited. However, the internationally known islands can be counted on the fingers of one hand. We know there’s much more to explore than meets the eye. That’s why at Fly Me to the Moon,
One talented Greek jewelry designer captures color, imagination and artistry in her pieces — in a special way that we love. Dolly Boucoyannis’ jewelry is part of the collections of many of the most elegant Athenians. She combines traditional Greek elements from various historical periods. Furthermore, her designs are influenced from her travels around the