The story of a simple airer

Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 21:18

What happens if airers could travel?

What happens when unimportant everyday objects have the main role in a tale? 

What happens when they understand their power?

A different odyssey of the sense of touch, jazz music and dreams with a modest and unique aesthetic approach.

Just an airer


Athamanika mountain range | aka Tzoumerka |

Athamanika mountain range | aka Tzoumerka |

Monday, June 19, 2017 - 22:36

We visited the mountain range of Athamanika, or mostly known as Tzoumerka, at north west Greece. Athamnika is part of the wider Pindus mountain range. A place of great historical importance from ancient time to today.



Brass - Brussels Aquatic Synchro Swimming

Friday, October 14, 2016 - 21:38

From north to west with the amazing team of Brass - Brussels Aquatic Synchro Swimming- during their summer practice session in Crete.

We visited the gorges of Mili and Agios Antonios near Rethymno before starting our descent towards the south side of the island of Crete and the Libyan sea where we had the chance to enjoy a refreshing swim.

A brief experience with the birth of the Cretan landscape, the importance of the gorges and the richness of their microclimates.

Kallergi mountain Refuge

Kallergi mountain Refuge

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 - 20:25

Spending the night at Kallergi mountain refuge we had the chance to enjoy every minute with and without lights!

Thank you Christoforos Baladimas!


From our recent visit at Cretaquarium!

Thursday, August 11, 2016 - 20:59

We had the chance to enjoy the underwater world and observe closely many different species.

From the impressive Sand Tiger Shark to the magical Jelly-fish (Aurelia Aurita).

"Crete South West"

Pancretan Association of America

Sunday, October 12, 2014 - 14:32
We were very happy reading the review of our book, "Crete South West", in the magazine "Κρήτη" ("Crete") of the Pancretan Association of America.
A laboratory of nature

Geopark Vikos Aoos

Saturday, October 11, 2014 - 14:23

In 2010 the Vikos-Aoos region, part of Northern Pindos National Park, became a Geopark. Due to its unique geological heritage there are numerous geosites with a wide range of geological aspects.  They form a landscape of incomparable beauty. Natural processes have carved out an impressive relief. The steep rocky mountaintops alternate with deep gorges and hill sides with lush vegetation. Tectonic structures, glacial remnants, alpine lakes, rock shelters, caves, waterfalls and river terraces designate Vikos-Aoos Geopark (greek=γεωπάρκο Βίκου Αώου) as a unique and exceptional destination.

Onfoot Cycling Dimos Valavanis

Onfoot Cycling

Saturday, October 11, 2014 - 14:14
Dimos Valavanis, proudly sponsored by OnFoot.gr