Where We Stay: Intimate Luxury In a Gay Greek Paradise

Bill & Coo’s is a Small Luxury Hotels property in Mykonos and for the most part a real gem of a hotel — modern, peaceful and sophisticated. The service is friendly, the beautiful pool inviting and the breakfasts tasty. Whether you stay or not, it’s a lovely spot for a sunset cocktail. The rooms are greatContinue reading “Where We Stay: Intimate Luxury In a Gay Greek Paradise”

On The Ground: I go Greek!

I recently returned from Athens delighted from my visit to the Acropolis Museum. The beautiful space is only about five years old and already beloved by Athenians and tourists. And for good reason; we found tons of cool tidbits (for example, the interior replica of the parthenon has the exact foot print and orientation as the actual!) andContinue reading “On The Ground: I go Greek!”

Dispatches: At the Port of Thessaloniki, Greece

Our Editor-in-Chief Ed Salvato explores Thessaloniki, an incredible Greek port city oft overlooked by tourists who opt instead to visit the more popular Greek Isles. But Thessaloniki is vibrant, bustling, and teeming with hot gay guys.

What We See/Do: A Day on Delos Island

Lying just next to Mykonos, Delos is the mythological birthplace of the (hot) God Apollo and considered one of the most sacred sites of the ancient Greeks. The ruins are worthwhile to visit and it makes for a nice break if you’ve been in the Mykonos circuit a few days. Why not go gay to Delos?Continue reading “What We See/Do: A Day on Delos Island”

Scoot to Skiathos (Greece) for Their First Gay Culture Festival

First, find out where this dramatically beautiful Greek island is located by viewing the kooky but informative video here. Most gay travelers to Greece visit Mykonos and Santorini. This is an opportunity to discover a new (to you) part of Greece with a guaranteed gay presence. The event is scheduled to take place July 12-15,Continue reading “Scoot to Skiathos (Greece) for Their First Gay Culture Festival”