Why Greece’s Poloponnese penninsula should be on your travel radar

Thanasis Gavos   Mon, 25 Jul 2016; 17:22

Greece has suffered in recent years. The country that gave us Homer and Apollo, the Olympics and feta cheese, Doric columns and toga parties is still experiencing well-documented economic woes.

And yet even when haunted by the spectre of Grexit and after last summer’s bank closures and the ongoing refugee crisis, tourists are returning — the Greek National Tourism Organisation has just reported a nine per cent increase in visitors from Britain in the first quarter of this year, compared with the same period in 2015.

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