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It has been a recognized spa town since 1925, known for its thermal baths, mineral waters and casino, the city of Loutraki is an excellent resort, bordering the Gulf of Corinth, while dominated by Gerania Mountains. In ancient times, the area was known as Perea and location of Loutraki was ancient town of Thermae, known since antiquity for its thermal springs. Considered favourite city of the gods and its protector was Thermia Artemis. The current name of Loutraki was given due to the mineral springs - baths.

Branch Office Loutraki: 4, Spurogiannaki Meleti str. , Loutraki
Tel:+30 6981144252. E-mail:


Tolo is a pretty seaside town with about 2,500 inhabitants. It is located a short distance south of Nafplio and attracts many tourists during the summer months. The natural surroundings of the town with its beautiful beaches create a picturesque, romantic and idyllic picture. Opposite the port, one can admire the three little islands, Koronisi, Romvi and Daskalio. The main occupations of the residents of Tolo are primarily tourism and fishery. Tolo is renowned for its excellent tourist infrastructure, impressive natural beauty as well as its warm hospitality of its inhabitants, qualities which attract visitors from around the world.

Branch Office Tolo: 18,Bouboulinas str. , Tolo
Tel:+30 27520 28300, E-mail:


Nafplio, the capital of the prefecture of Argolida and the first capital of Greece, is a picturesque city with a significant history and deeply rooted cultural traditions. Built at the foot of two forts, Palamidi and Acronafplia, today it has a population of around 19,000 inhabitants and a growing tourism.
Nafplio is a neoclassical 19th century city with great tradition and centuries of history. Nafplio combines a set of images that fascinates visitors. The main source of income is tourism as it is a popular destination all year round. The city operates a commercial port that exports mainly agricultural products of the hinterland of the county.

Branch Office Tolo: 18,Bouboulinas str. , Tolo
Tel:+30 27520 28300, E-mail:


Kalamata is the second most populous city of the Peloponnese peninsula, after Patras, in southern Greece and the largest city of the homonymous administrative region. The capital and chief port of the Messenia regional unit, it lies along the Nedon River at the head of the Messenian Gulf.
The 2011 census recorded 69,849 inhabitants for the wider Kalamata Municipality, of which 62,409 in the municipal unit of Kalamata proper. Kalamata is renowned as the land of the Kalamatianos dance and Kalamata olives.

Branch Office Kalamata: 67,Aristomenous str. , Kalamata
Tel:+30 27510 96412, E-mail:

Athens City

The history of Athens begins more then 3000 years ago when during the prehistoric times its first inhabitants created their first settlement on the rock of Acropolis. It took hundreds of years until the sacred rock of Acropolis find its glory during the golden age of Pericles 495 - 429 BC with the construction of most of its Monuments like the Parthenon by the famous architects Iktinos and Kallikrates and the Sculptor Phidias. During those thousands of years Athens went through times of Glory and times of decline . Finally became the Capital of Greece in 1834 mostly for its location and historical importance.
There are many places to visit in Athens that sometimes you can spend the whole day just strolling around. A place like that, is Monastiraki and its famous flea market with all kind of old and new stuff, a place that first was used by the rag and bone men of Athens as their main market place. Just across Ermou street from Monastiraki is the area of Psiri with numerous restaurants, bars , cafes and taverns with Greek live music both Monastiraki and Psiri is something like the Camden market in London.

Branch Office Athens: 2-4,Mesogeion Ave. , Athens Tower A
Tel:+30 210 777 4550, E-mail:


Glyfada is a suburb of Athens, situated in the southern parts of the Athens Metropolitan Area. The area, which is home to many of Greece’s millionaires, ministers and celebrities, stretches from the foot of the Hymettus mountain to the Saronic Gulf. It is the largest of Athens’ southern suburbs. This fashion-conscious suburb is known in Greece for its upmarket cafes, well-known restaurants, boutiques and cosmopolitan summer clubs; Glyfada has also been called ”Knightsbridge-on-Sea”,”Hellenic Hamptons”,or the ”Beverly Hills of Greece”. On the quay at Glyfada is a rescue and rehabilitation centre for sea turtles, run by ARCHELON, the Sea Turtle Protection Society of Greece. The staff there provide free educational tours of the facilities and treatments for visitors.

Branch Office Athens: 2-4,Mesogeion Ave. , Athens Tower A
Tel:+30 210 777 4550, E-mail:


Marathonas is one of the most beautiful places in Attica. The road passes by gardens, vineyards, olive groves and wild vegetation as well as by the artificial Marathonas Lake with the impressive marble dam. In the surrounding area you can find many beautiful beaches for swimming and sunbathing. The most famous one is Schinias (it is located in an area of unique beauty which has been announced as National Park) where the pine tree forest almost reaches the sandy beach. You can also visit the archeological site of Ramounta (12 km away from Marathonas).

Branch Office Athens: 2-4,Mesogeion Ave. , Athens Tower A
Tel:+30 210 777 4550, E-mail:


Mati is a village in Greece. The village is located on the east coast of the Attica region, 29 kilometres east of Athens, and it is a popular holiday resort.
Mati is a popular tourist destination with several hotels,restaurants, taverns, cafés, bars, night clubs, open air cinemas, sandy beaches and yacht marinas. The harbour at the nearby town of Rafina serves as an access point to the Aegean Sea and it is frequently used by tourists to reach many of Greece's numerous islands. The Penteli mountains, which are covered with forests, lie to the west and northwest. Beaches cover the eastern part and restaurants, hotels, and taverns line the shore.

Branch Office Athens: 2-4,Mesogeion Ave. , Athens Tower A
Tel:+30 210 777 4550, E-mail:


A trip to Vravrona combines visiting the remarkable archeological site with the pleasant drive to one of the most beautiful areas of Attica. Lush green fields, vineyards, olive trees, mountains and the beautiful coast line of Evoikos. If you can not stand the heat of Greek summer you can go to the sea just in front of you for a quick and relieving dive. Make sure you follow the signs to Markopoulou and Porto Rafti and turn left after you see Vravrona sign. Just few kilometers before you reach the sea, you will see the archeological site and the museum on your left.

Branch Office Athens :2-4,Mesogeion Ave. , Athens Tower A
Tel:+30 210 777 4550 E-mail:

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