A view of Nas beach on Ikaria, where remnants of the Temple of Artemis still stand. The beach is very much loved by naturists and in recent years the setting for more alternative events such as meditation workshops.

A view of Nas beach on Ikaria, where remnants of the Temple of Artemis still stand. The beach is very much loved by naturists and in recent years the setting for more alternative events such as meditation workshops.

THERE is no doubt in the picturesque Alonissian universe that ‘Tassia’s Cooking’ in the tiny, fairytale-like fishing village of Steni Vala, serves the most memorable food. It is no secret, either, as day tours take tourists there for lunch daily, but at night it has a magic about it that the large groups popping over to Alonissos from a nearby island such as Skopelos usually miss out on.

THERE is no doubt in the picturesque Alonissian universe that ‘Tassia’s Cooking’ in the tiny, fairytale-like fishing village of Steni Vala, serves the most memorable food. It is no secret, e.

By My Greek Review #Takingabreaktobedisheartened #GreeceInSummer #MyGreekReview

By My Greek Review #Takingabreaktobedisheartened #GreeceInSummer #MyGreekReview

IN BLUE Skies and Black Olives: A Survivor's Tale of Housebuilding and Peacock Chasing in Greece (2009), Britain's legendary BBC journalist / "national treasure" John Humphrys writes ...

IN BLUE Skies and Black Olives: A Survivor's Tale of Housebuilding and Peacock Chasing in Greece Britain's legendary BBC journalist / "national treasure" John Humphrys writes .

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