On August 2nd 1913, Christos Kakalos from Greece, Fred Boissonnas and Daniel Baud-Bovy from Swiss were the first to ascent the highest peak of Mt.Olympus, Mytikas 2.917m.
World Wetlands Day is celebrated every year on 2nd February to raise awareness about the valued of wetlands for humanity and the planet. Each year a theme is selected to focus attention on a vital function of wetlands.
Enjoy a collection of personal photos from winter hikes all around Greece. I wanted to show how small and insignificant is man in front of a mountain’s majesty.
The northern mountainous parts of the Regional Units of Drama and Xanthi, in the north-eastern part of Greece, form the Rodopi Mountain Range National Park. It stretches in an area of approximately 170,000 ha and includes the largest and most...
Mount Giona is a mountain in the center of Phocis, Central Greece. It is located between the mountains of Parnassus to the east, Vardousia to the west, and Oeta to the north. Known in classical antiquity as the Aselinon Oros...
Greece, apart from its huge coastline and countless islands, is primarily a mountainous country with more than 300 larger or smaller mountains.
Want to see some of the photographs that made the biggest splash on our Facebook Page in 2015? The best you can do is watch the following video.