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Possidi: The majestic sandbank of Halkidiki, Greece2m02s

Possidi: The majestic sandbank of Halkidiki, Greece

Enjoy a drone flight over this sandbank trademark of Halkidiki, Possidi. The unique morphology of the ever-changing shape of the sandbank allows swimmers to always bathe in calm waters. On one side there are waves while on the other there is calmness. Overnight beach parties are organized in the area by the nearby campus camp. Enjoy!

haanity
Published: September 15, 2018
Drone captures Europe's largest palm tree forest in Vai, Crete3m33s

Drone captures Europe's largest palm tree forest in Vai, Crete

According to a tradition of the area, the Vai palm tree was created when Arab pirates arrived in the area with their boats, ate the dough they had brought with them from North Africa and threw the pits into the soil. The Palm Tree counts over 5,000 palms. At the end there is an exotic beach with turquoise waters, fine sand and pebbles. All this combined with the palm trees give visitors the impression that they are on an exotic beach. Enjoy the flight!

haanity
Published: September 3, 2018
Drone footage captures famous 'Blue Lagoon' of Halkidiki in Greece3m06s

Drone footage captures famous 'Blue Lagoon' of Halkidiki in Greece

Enjoy a flight over Sithonia, Halkidiki that impresses with its exotic beauty. In the strait that is created between the islands of Diaporos and Agios Isidoros, the waters have the absolute turquoise color due to the white sand of the bottom, creating a 'Blue Lagoon'. It is accessible by boat from Vourvourou, which is 15 minutes away. Enjoy the flight!

Drone captures submerged ancient city in Greece2m47s

Drone captures submerged ancient city in Greece

Enjoy a magnificent flight from the "Blue Lagoon" of Corinth, just east of Corfos, with a beach that impresses with the exotic color of its waters. Apart from the rocks, these shades are also due to human activity, as the Mycenaean city of Kalamianos, which has been immersed for the most part, is at the site. On these ruins of the city, white sand has created a paradise of beauty that we enjoy today. Access is from an adjacent dirt road and little walking or by boat. Enjoy the flight and cool off!

Castle Of Parga Stands Proud Against The Sands Of Time2m37s

Castle Of Parga Stands Proud Against The Sands Of Time

This is the castle of Parga, a castle that was built nearly a thousand years ago to protect the town of Parga from potential invaders. Parga is located in the northwestern area of Greece along the Ionian coast. Because of Parga’s close proximity to the Ionian Sea, Parga was vulnerable to attacks from pirates. The castle was damaged several times throughout the course of history by invaders from other countries as well as pirates. The first repair of the castle of Parga happened in the 13th century. This repair wasn’t so much because of an attack. This was simply because the Venetians were gaining more control of the surrounding area and they wanted to make the castle more powerful and durable. The second repair of the castle of Parga occurred in 1572. The castle was subject to several attacks before the repair of the castle. The first time the castle was damaged was in the 15th century, when the castle was under control by the Ottoman Empire. Nearly 100 years later, Hayreddin Barbarossa (also known as “Red Beard”) attacked the already damaged castle, causing significant damage. The Venetians wanted to repair the castle of Parga after Red Beard’s attack, but the castle was attacked again by the Ottoman Empire in 1572. After this event, the castle was repaired once again. This time, the repair was very successful. The Castle of Parga would continue to last for hundreds of years. The castle of Parga was eventually sold along with the rest of Parga to Ali Pasha of Ioannina in the early 19th century. Shortly before then, Parga had been taken over by France. The population of Parga was not happy with the French rule, which led to the selling of Parga to Ali Pasha by the British. The castle of Parga still stands to this day as an artifact of Greek history. It provides an amazing view over the town of Parga and the Ionian coast. The castle is also an amazing example of Venetian architecture. There is a secret path built inside that leads to the sea, which could be a great place to go for a walk. If you don’t want to go for a walk, there are several different attractions inside of the castle. You can visit the jails, warehouses, and other areas where supplies were stored such as guns. The castle of Parga is now open for tourist visits! A cafeteria was built inside of the castle to provide food to tourists. What could be better than visiting such an interesting piece of history while also being able to enjoy delicious Greek cuisine? The castle of Parga also has a gift shop, so you can take a piece of history with you wherever you go. The castle of Parga is a great place to visit on your next tour of Greece. It is a castle that has stood the test of time and protected Parga for hundreds of years, and is now a timeless piece of history with an amazing view both inside and out.

haanity
Published: July 25, 201811 views
Epic Drone Footage Of Twin Islands In Greece While Both Sink And Emerge2m03s

Epic Drone Footage Of Twin Islands In Greece While Both Sink And Emerge

Drone pilot took their equipment to Greece and captured this stunning footage of the Greek islands. The camera captures the beauty of the ocean, in all its power and majesty. Luckily, the drone captured some footage of a the islands sinking and emerging, which bring additional beauty to the video. This pilot knew exactly where to go and capture the magnificent sights of these two beautiful islands. Guess what, they have managed to capture an amazing experience of these two islands sinking under water and then emerging as the video goes on. This video is definitely one of the most beautiful experiences nature has to offer. This drone footage captures a pair of islands that have the ability to sink and re-surface, depending on the water movement in the Straits of Chalkida. Simply put, in the morning they are there, in the afternoon they disappear! It is a place of exceptional beauty, a turquoise paradise, which is just 1 hour from Athens just outside the city of Eretria. If you are on the fence on what your next travel destination should be, this video is a must see, as it will definitely make the choice a whole bunch easier. One of the most spectacular views and a destination to put on your wish list as far as traveling goes. You will definitely be surprised of how beautiful nature can really be. Don't be shy and go ahead and take a look. You will not regret it! Enjoy the flight!

haanity
Published: May 17, 201814 views
Drone footage magnificently captures picturesque town in Greece3m25s

Drone footage magnificently captures picturesque town in Greece

Enjoy an enchanting flight over Tolo, Greece, with its endless beaches. Tolo (formerly Toulon, Minoa) is a village in the prefecture of Argolis, built along a long beach on the coast of the Argolic Gulf. Its long beach, combined with the three islands that surround it and create a safe haven for boats, has made it one of the most popular summer destinations.

haanity
Published: February 25, 201813 views
Drone view of "Crème caramel" lake and "ink lagoon" near Athens, Greece 3m32s

Drone view of "Crème caramel" lake and "ink lagoon" near Athens, Greece

Enjoy an enchanting flight over a place that nature has "painted" generously with many colors and alternations. We fly over the beach of Kondilli (Agios Nikolaos) and the Vivari lagoon, 2 hours from the center of Athens and 30 minutes from Nafplion. The scene is unbelievable: Vivari lagoon has "touches", as though some painter poured ink poured into the sea. In Copthorne, there are some magnificent lakes that have all the shades of brown / orange. The "portrait" is completed by the picturesque chapel of Agios Nikolaos, accessible only by boat. The Bed is the perfect beach for everyone. If you are a parent, its cleanliness is guaranteed since the beach is awarded a Blue Flag. Paradise is just 2 hours from Athens ...

haanity
Published: February 17, 2018
Ghost village of Greece as seen by drone2m33s

Ghost village of Greece as seen by drone

Undeveloped stone houses, old temples, remnants of another era that testify that once, this village was full of life. The old village of Plagia is located on the north-west side of Xiromeros, opposite Lefkada Island. Its inhabitants abandoned it after the 1966 earthquake and landslides, and relocated to the new Plagia village. The houses that you will see in the video below were similarly architectural with the houses in the villages of Lefkada. It is worth noting that such houses aren't met in the area, which makes us think that this particular village could be a model traditional settlement, very close to the sea. The area is characterized by its beautiful nature. Buds, figs and many almonds are scattered between the ruins.

Drone footage captures incredible 3m24s

Drone footage captures incredible "blue lake" of Greece

Enjoy a flight over a place that looks like it was hand-painted by an artist. On the fringes of Greece, where one gazes at Turkey in a short distance, is this terrestrial, untouched paradise of Kassonisi of Samos. Access is possible either by boat or by a difficult path, but the effort is definitely worth it!

haanity
Published: January 16, 201852 views
Drone captures secret sailor's paradise cove in Greece2m29s

Drone captures secret sailor's paradise cove in Greece

Enjoy an enchanting flight over the unknown paradise of Aitoloakarnania, Vathyavali in Greece. The waters are blue-green and reminiscent of an exotic beach. It is a safe anchorage and for this it is a paradise for many sailors who find shelter with their luxurious boats from bad weather.

haanity
Published: January 6, 201897 views
Drone captures exotic hidden beach at Greek border2m17s

Drone captures exotic hidden beach at Greek border

Enjoy an enchanting flight over an exotic corner on the edge of Greece, at Livadaki Beach Samos. The beach is located in an enclosed bay, which on both its right and left sides is enclosed by rocks, creating a long sea lane. How cool is that?

haanity
Published: December 10, 2017