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Devil’s Bridge Hike Troizina

One of the various activities available to our guests is the gorgeous Devil's Bridge hike, at a gorge near Ancient Troizina. The Devil's Bridge hike offers an almost surreal landscape with small natural waterfalls and fresh water pools. In the summertime, a swim in...

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A guide to Greek Olive Oil

The following guide to Greek olive oil is for beginners as well as connoisseurs. We are very proud of our Live-Bio single estate, organically farmed and pressed olive oil. And we love wine, so we would like to explain olive oil in wine terms. As a matter of fact, the...

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The wine harvest at Nemea

September is the month of the wine harvest at Nemea, the primary wine making region of the Peloponnese. The Peloponnese is the southernmost part of the Greek mainland, home to Live-Bio and the no. 1 travel destination in Europe for 2016, according to the Lonely Planet...

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Sailing to the Armata Spetses

There is no better way to enjoy this spectacular event than sailing to the Armata Spetses. The Armata festival, probably the most important event on the Greek yachting calendar, commemorates the naval battle that took place on the 8th of August 1822, during the early...

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Saronic Chamber Orchestra Festival 2016

Live-Bio is proud to host a number of the musicians for the 2016 Saronic Chamber Orchestra Festival. The Saronic Chamber Orchestra Festival is an annual meeting dedicated to the exploration and performance of chamber music that takes place on Poros, Galatas, Hydra,...

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Peloponnese and Poros – Live-Bio surroundings

This is Peloponnese and Poros, the neighbourhood of Live-Bio. Last year our dear friend Dimitri was getting married in the area and him and his family visited us. He managed to shoot a short movie with his drone. The Peloponnese was voted...

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10 things to know about the Greek Easter (Pas-ha)

Easter is one of the most important and beautiful traditions in Greece, and undoubtedly one of most authentic Greek experiences. In combination with the Greek spring that celebrates in all its glory, Greek Easter (pronounced Pas-ha in Greek) is considered one of the...

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Poros, the island of Seferis

George Seferis, the Greek Nobel Prize laureate, spent several summers on Poros Island, beginning in the mid-30s. The bright yellow flower of an indigenous bush (Greek: Aspalathos - Latin: calicotome spinosa) became the inspiration for one of his last poems. Now, in...

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10 things to know about Carnival in Greece (Apokries)

According to the great philosopher Gus Portokalos from the movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding, every word has a Greek root. Well, the same applies for the carnival. So while undoubtedly Brazil (Rio de Janeiro and Salvador de Bahia) hold the global sceptre, the carnival is...

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