In eastern Sithonia is situated a little village named Vourvourou, well known for its natural beauty and nine little islands. The crystalline sea and the unpolluted nature fascinated our volunteers during their weekend.Look at the video that they realised for us. Enjoy! Video Credits: Gaia Orlando
Follow our volunteers discovering Thasos, a little island near Kavala!!
Travelling Greece is one of our favourite ways to spend our days off .This time some we visited the incredible island of Zakynthos and captured its beauty on this mini vlog.
If you live in Thessaloniki and want to explore interesting places nearby for the weekend, Meteora is one of them. Its name means “suspended in the air” once you have visited the area, you will understand how that came about. Meteora is located near the town of Kalambaka in the northern part of Greece. Meteora […]
A: After this first experience, you continued to travel. B: Yes, I’ve done quite a bit since then. France, of course, Brussels, Switzerland, Amsterdam, Italy, Lisbon, Spain, Germany, Krakow and now Thessaloniki. But I think my approach has changed a bit now. My goal is no longer to travel without money but rather to meet […]
In this article, we meet Baptiste, a 22 years old French guy, who will talk to us about his experience. A: Can you introduce yourself? B: My name is Baptiste, I studied cinema in Paris, and my goal is to become a reporter. A: We are doing the interview today because you don’t have a […]
I proudly present another VLOG made in Xanthi, Greece. This trip was short but intense. Driven by a few fails, I believe that we got to some of the places by destiny (like for example the national park, where we almost died). It was an amazing adventure! Check it out!
“One hour of pure adrenaline.”This is how Anastasiia describes her first time on air for a radio broadcast. Let’s take a step back: On Saturday 12th of February, Julien, Michelle, Anastasiia, Stephan and Roberto – all of them are volunteering for Balkan Hotspot – left for Serres. The reason? Well, every year, on 13th of […]
Greece has many customs and traditions related to Christmas and New Year. Many of these are common throughout the country, but many others are local and little known. Although the celebration of Christmas has been heavily influenced in terms of decoration and gastronomy by Western countries, Greeks remain quite faithful to certain traditions, such as kalanta (Christmas carols), the […]
There’s a double-headed eagle on one side and, on the other, there’s the God of War. This isn’t a Greek legend I’m talking about; it’s a football match. This is more than a regular football match for the people of Thessaloniki. It’s their passion to be victorious, one of the special moments they’ve been looking […]