Dear Traveler, Spring is a wonderful time of year to take a luxury holiday. If you are planning to travel with your family, Easter holidays provide you with the perfect opportunity to take a long extended break. Why not consider the idea of venturing a little further from the classical Greek island summer escapes to discover the
Dear Traveler, Our first newsletter of 2017 is dedicated to Art and Tradition which are rooted in and reflect the cultural life of Greece. In our interview with the award-winning Greek ceramic artist, Christina Morali we explore the diversity and techniques applied in the creation of her visual art. We take a walk down memory lane and travel
Dear Traveler, It’s the time of year that the leaves are turning and the weather is getting cooler. At Fly Me To The Moon we will take you to destinations that will make the season magical. Discover the other side of Greece, from abandoned villages, extraordinary gorges and to the mythical mountainscapes. Join us on
Dear Traveler, At Fly Me to The Moon, we believe gastronomy is an important part of the authentic travel experience. 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
At Fly Me to the Moon, we aim to enrich your appreciation of Greek art and culture. We believe that when you learn more about fascinating aspects of Greece's diverse history and the country's cultural influences in the world of art, your travel experiences truly reach another level. We hope you enjoy this month's newsletter which is dedicated to Greek art
The best luxury boutique hotels in Greece offer pleasant surprises, set in stunning landscapes from the sea to the mountains. Some of the best have also led a previous life. At Fly Me to the Moon, we also know about the truly exceptional properties that have amazing stories and remarkable people behind them. These hotels
The Ancient Greeks took much care in selecting where they would worship their revered gods. Among the most famous are the Acropolis of Athens, Temple of Poseidon at Sounio and Delphi. Thousands of years later, these once significant sites continue to release a dynamic vibe in some of the most impressive natural settings in Greece.