Spa, thallaso- therapy, pools and Asian therapies by 5* hotels! Wellness tourism is the powerful intersection of two large and growing industries: the $2.6 trillion tourism industry and the $4.2 trillion wellness industry. Holistic health and prevention are increasingly at the center of consumer decision-making, and people now expect to continue their healthy lifestyles and wellness routines when they are away from home.
Greece famous for excellent and well-trained medical personnel! Greece is one of the most popular tourist destinations world-wide. The country's unique characteristics, history, culture, natural beauty, thousands of islands, rare biodiversity, mild climate, Mediterranean gastronomy, its infrastructure and potential for attracting many new forms of tourism enable it to meet the requirements of Medical Tourism.
All pre-conditions in place due to the geography of the place! Adventure tourism is defined as the movement of the people from one to another place outside their comfort zone for exploration or travel to remote areas, exotic and possibly hostile areas. Adventure tourism is a type of tourism in which tourist do some adventures activities like as skydiving, hill climbing, scuba diving.
Climate, gastronomy, nature, medical, taxes the big advantages! Travelers over 55, retired or non-retired, vary according to age group, socio-economic profile and personal preferences. "Silver" tourists usually have lower middle-income than the rest of the population, but they tend to spend more on their holidays. In recent years, they tend to form the bulk of the tourist market as they travel longer than other times.
Aegean Sea and several small beaches will be very exploited! Sea sports are very popular in Greece and with a huge range of organized beaches, on the mainland and islands, there is almost no specific taste that can’t be met. With seas bounding the mainland on both sides, and around all islands, there is no type of organized team event that can’t include some form of water activity.
Chalkidiki a secret paradise of delicious food and fresh products! Gastronomy is about much more than food. It is a way of promoting understanding among different cultures, and of bringing people and traditions closer together. Gastronomy tourism is also emerging as an important protector of cultural heritage, and the sector helps create opportunities, including jobs, most notably in rural destinations.
Ancient Greece well known as the mother of west civilization! Cultural tourism experiences include architectural and archaeological treasures, culinary activities, festivals or events, historic or heritage, sites, monuments and landmarks, museums and exhibitions, national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, religious venues, temples and mosques. Cultural tourism can help to strengthen identities and improve intercultural understanding.
Unique natural places, traditional buildings, biological products! Agro-tourism refers to people visiting working farms or other agricultural operations for enjoyment, education, or other active involvement. Agro-tourism encompasses a wide variety of activities and provides a means for farmers to diversify and supplement their income. It may include wildlife study, riding, cannery tours, cooking classes, wine tasting, harvest festivals etc.
More than 3.200 hectares for hiking activities around the year! A new study on adventure tourism has revealed that hiking has become the number one most enjoyed activity for active travellers, overtaking a range of other popular pastimes such as kayaking, scuba diving and horse-riding. Hiking is a long, vigorous walk, usually on trails or footpaths in the countryside. It is very promising tourism in the near future