Greece Luxury Travel


Led by founder Elena Papanicolaou, Fly Me To The Moon designs bespoke travel itineraries that effortlessly introduce travelers to Greece, harnessing the beauty, tradition, culture, and style of the country, while still embracing a truly local authenticity.

Hidden Destination: Spotlight on Folegandros

Greece is home to more than 150 inhabited islands, therefore choosing which one to visit next can pose a justifiable dilemma. There are islands that are known for their cosmopolitan flair and glamour, others for their sheer natural beauty and some for their traditional attributes.

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Hidden Destination: Spotlight on Messenia

The prefecture of Messenia, at the south westernmost corner of the Peloponnese, is a region known for a few reasons. When mentioning Messenia, the following are bound to come up in a conversation among Greeks: the famous olive groves of Kalamata, the fiery temperament of Mani’s culture and the Navarino castle and fortifications of Pylos. Let’s put our Fly Me To The Moon spotlight on Messenia, and reveal some reasons why you should discover it on your next visit.

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May Day in Greece: Customs and Traditions

May Day in Greece is an ancient and much-loved holiday tradition which marks the celebration of spring. May Day is traditionally celebrated in the countryside, where friends and families gather for this high-point of spring — engaging in flower collection, picnics and fun in the sun.

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Hidden Destination: Spotlight on Nymfaio

Greece has a few hidden destinations that do not prepare the visitor for the thrill they are in for. Nymfaio is one of them, so picturesque and diverse it is sure to not only thrill but absolutely enthrall those who are lucky enough to discover it.

Nymfaio Greece

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Greek Food Blogger Interview: Meet Marilita from Gourmelita

Founded by Marilita Hatzivassiliou, Gourmelita is a food blog dedicated to great food based on soul-satisfying family recipes. It is here that Marilita documents her cooking, sharing delicious recipes and drool-worthy photos.

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The Greek Easter Epitaph: Good Friday in Greece

Good Friday in Greece is both the most solemn holiday of the year, and the most beautiful. In every church throughout the whole country, Good Friday begins with bells. But not the joyous church bells we hear every Sunday and holidays — the bell is a mourning bell, ringing a single ring at regular intervals all day long. It is calling us to the Greek Easter Epitaph.

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