An inspiring story of a few remarkable heroes on the Island of Lesvos who helped almost half a million refugees in 2015 has been documented in a new short film called Ode to Lesvos, created by Johnnie Walker Storyline – an ongoing series that aims to find and tell the world’s most inspirational stories of human progress.
Kea is the cycladic island closest to Attica. As it is very easy to reach, it is mainly built with summer vacation houses and it gets overcrowded during August. If you want to visit Kea (Tzia) book your room in advance. You are going to admire spectacular coastline views and magnificent sunsets. If you like to explore the hidden paths of the island it would be ideal to rent a bike. The island is popular of its oak trees. On this post we present Kea as captured by Chrisoula Fourmouzi’ s camera.
Chrisoula Fourmouzi studied photography at the Art & Design Institution AKTO in Athens. She is mainly a wedding, christening, family, newborn and baby photographer. She is based in Athens but she travel all over Greece and abroad to photograph events and places. For more information and to see her portfolio, visit her website chrisoulafourmouzi.com
Has your summer holiday come to an end? Watch this beautiful video to get in the spirit again.
It is filmed by Theo Timmis, a traveler from Cyprus, with a GoPro Hero 3+ and a Nikon D5300. The video shows the crystal clear sea, traditional places of Skiathos and Skopelos islands and reflects the relaxation you feel when you visit them.
This beautiful church, named Panagia Kakaviotissa, is located on Lemnos island. Kakavos is the name of the mountain which is built on, in 1416 AC, by some monks who were trying to escape the Ottomans’ invasions. Its unique characteristic is that it’s roofless and built inside a rock cave.
Beautiful white rocks and crystal clear turquoise waters. Sarakiniko beach is the most spectacular beach in Milos. It is worth the walk to get there, take your hat, proper shoes, sun protection and if possible try to avoid the midday crowds.