Although the terms “traveler” and “tourist” are sometimes used together, there is a significant distinction between the two.
In recent years, travellers’ preferences have changed. The demand for holidays in nature, in more eco-friendly options and with greater privacy, is gaining ground, a trend that was reinforced during the pandemic.
The options for a traveler’s overnight accommodation, as well as camping facilities vary across the country. Most organized campsites in Greece have set up bell tents or safari tents, while others offer rental caravans, bungalows or mobile homes, to name a few.
To talk more practically, because we know you need it to eliminate any worries, hesitations or insecurities, we present the Camping Survival Guide with kids, the mini “Preparation Guide”
Most people think of Greece as a summer destination due to its countless islands and stunning beaches. Only a few are aware of its high altitudes and winter sights. So, if you are looking for inspiration where to spend Christmas in Greece, you came to the right place.
The sense of freedom that this alternative tourism gives you is priceless, you think while you already feel ready to live new adventures in nature. Believe us, something that seems so simple, it takes organization and a complete guide with the equipment that unties your hands.
The combination of nature and glamping is already familiar to most of us. But did you know that luxury camping can also be combined with the observation of the starry night sky? If you like astronomy or glamping and never thought of combining the two, then this article is for you.
Glamping in Greece has been legislated in May 2020 by the Greek Law 4688/2020 “Special forms of tourism, provisions for tourism development and other provisions”, which is still a rather progressive step in the industry.
It is a special and completely new way of vacationing in Greece. The glamorous aesthetic with characteristic comfort covers every square of the accommodation that the traveler will choose while giving that close contact with the nature promised by the camp.
I need you to close your eyes. Now, imagine yourself lying on the beach, surrounded by the sound of waves washing the coastline, while the Mediterranean sun is tanning your skin with its full glow.
“I’m sick of the buzz of the city”, “I need a little adventure”, “I’m tired, now, on the computer”, “I want to know nature”, “I don’t have a lot of money for a vacation” are just some of the thousand answers given, as the question “Why do camping”
Greece may be famous for its blue beaches and bright sun, but Greece in winter can offer unforgettable experiences. Starting the journey from Dimitsana, the lonely Boyani, the imposing Agrapha, continuing in Pertouli and ending further north in Zacharochoria.