Author Archives: Mairi

Mairi currently lives and works in Athens. She holds a BA in English Literature and Culture from the Kapodistrian University of Athens, as well as a certificate in interpretation studies. An ex-food blogger and all-time lover of Cyclades, she is dedicated to exploring Greece and is especially interested in local customs and traditional gastronomy.
Psaralyki beach Antiparos 2

Greek Hidden Treasures 6: Antiparos, when Freedom and Fun combine

Recently, the greek film “Suntan” enchanted the viewers and gained critical acclaim – however it was not only the acting and direction that made the film an instant favorite, but also the amazing portrayal of the Antiparos scenery in which the plot unfolds. Much like the film, Antiparos has gained a respectable amount of fans [...]

Chora Astipalaia

Greek Hidden Treasures 5: Astypalaia, relaxing holidays

Astypalaia constitutes a unique island case; it’s geographical location places it between the island complexes of Cyclades and Dodecanese, resulting into an architectural style that incorporates elements from both regions. Astypalaia is easily accessible by ferry from Athens (Piraeus port) and also from other greek islands like Rhodes, Kos, Naxos and more. Astypalaia is also [...]

Gaios Village Paxi

Greek Hidden Treasures 4: Paxi, the small island paradise

Paxi belong to the Ionian island complex, located in the northern part, a few miles before Corfu and just a short ferry trip away. Although the majority of the Heptanese islands are world-famous for their incomparable beaches and breathtaking surroundings, Paxi are less known – however equally beautiful and definitely worthy of your attention. So what [...]