The introductory statement by the Undersecretary to the Prime Minister and Government Spokesman Stelios Petsas. Informing the political editors and the correspondents of the foreign press in regards to coronavirus, economy and education. Below Zakynthos Informer has reported his speech in regards to the coronavirus and what is expected from …Read More »
Nicola Sturgeon has revealed the dozens of countries people from Scotland can travel to without facing quarantine restrictions on their return. From July 10, Greece is on that list. Ms Sturgeon also emphasised that those who travel to Scotland from countries on the approved lists will have to adhere to social …Read More »
For those who do not know about ARCHELON, ARCHELON runs the Sea Turtle Rescue Center in Glyfada Attikis. In addition it also has 8 other Sea Turtle Conservation Projects on Zakynthos, Kyparissia Bay, Crete (Rethymno,Chania, Messara Bay), Lakonikos Bay, Koroni, Amvrakikos with the support of volunteers. Primary object. The primary …Read More »
As of today, access to the islands is allowed freely for all citizens. Self isolation still exists up until 31/05/2020.
As of today, access to the islands is allowed freely for all citizens. From today (Monday 25/05) the access to the islands will be allowed for all citizens. Passengers travelling on a ferry should be aware that certain precautionary rules are still in place before boarding, as part of measures …Read More »
Zakynthos: Nikos Theodosis | If the state wants to open the Shipwreck, the department of Civil Protection must step forward.
The President of Volimes:- There must be a common ground, the Shipwreck area to open safely. On October 10, 2019, we held a popular assembly in the Community of Volimes and unanimously decided that we want the Shipwreck to be reopened safely. Our community has a proposal. We demand the …Read More »
Zakynthos: Stamatis Tsoukalas | If the Ministry of Tourism does not intervene, a solution for the shipwreck will not be found
President of Anafonitria We all want the Shipwreck to be opened safely for visitors but unfortunately there is absolutely no agreement between the Municipality and the Communities of the area. The Municipality has not submitted a study to the Ministry of Tourism, but some thoughts of the Mayor are an …Read More »
The UK press reported yesterday that the UK Government were looking at adopting “air bridges” to low risk countries, with no quarantine upon return, in order to allow UK travellers to visit certain holiday destinations. A source in the government told the press “It’s [airbridge] a potential option but not …Read More »
The government’s plan to restart tourism has recently been unfolded by Tourism Minister Haris Theocharis, taking over from Economy Minister Christos Staikouras, Labor Minister Giannis Vroutsis and Development Adonis Georgiadis, who announced earlier interventions in the economy’s front. Mr. Theocharis announced that the Restart Tourism plan, as it is …Read More »
After the mini heatwave we can start to expect a slight drop in temperature over the next few days. Starting to day we have a high of 28 degrees celsius and a low of 18 degrees celsius. Winds are from two to three Beaufort SE up until 15.00p.m then swing …Read More »
As you will read below, the long-awaited Government Gazette has been published, according to which the navigation of boats and boats over 7 meters will be allowed, and specifically up to 12 meters, either for fishing or for enjoyment, with the following conditions: Do not approach an island in …Read More »