My Greek Odyssey

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My Greek Odyssey

Peter is making his way to Tinos, home to an important religious site, stunning beaches and famed dovecotes. Plus, we’ll meet a famous local who found a quiet corner of the island to make her home.

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Season 6
This episode we’re off to Andros, an island with neo-classic architecture and a long maritime history. Then we head to neighbouring Tinos, to start his exploration of this lesser-known destination.
See a side of Mykonos that most visitors never do. From the mines that brought so much wealth, to stories of local life and culture. Then we head to Delos, to walk amongst its ancient ruins.
Starting on Antiparos, we head to the uninhabited island of Despotiko. But most of this episode is dedicated to Mykonos, meeting the people and learning about what makes it so popular.
This episode is about all things beautiful on Paros. The beaches, food, art and people, from the stunning seaside, to the peaceful inland. To finish things off, we make our way across to Antiparos.
Peter continues his time on Iraklia before heading across to the busy island of Paros. There he will be spending several days delving into what makes it one of the most popular islands in Greece.
This episode we’re headed to Keros, an island that only archaeologists are normally allowed to visit. From there it’s off to Schinoussa, before going westward to the wild and remote Iraklia.
In this episode Peter explores Donousa, an island that often gets forgotten, before pointing Mia Zoi southwest to Koufonisia, another of those diamonds in the rough that’s waiting to be unearthed.
Continuing his time on Naxos, Peter tries the local produce, meets an artisan that’s continuing the history of the island’s famed sculptors, and delving deeper into the ancient past.
Peter begins unravelling the colourful destination of Naxos. You might see it as an island of beaches, tourists and bars, but there’s a depth of history that inspires you to keep unearthing more.