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Tourist entertainer. Destination Greece

In this article we will show you all the main destinations for our tourist entertainers of Golden Wave.

Hotel in Greece: Rhodes and Crete.

Total number of hotels 25.
Tourist Entertainer : Terms
Languages Required: English, French, German, Scandinavian, Russian, Italian.
Availability period: April Octobercontact us
Passport and documents: Only for European citizens.
Age between 18 and 35 years of age.
European Regular Contract with Greek Company.
Working hours: 36/40 hours per week
Free Day: 24 hours per week
Bonus Flight: Euro 200 exclusively for those who agree whole period.
Food and Accomodation: Free

Rhodes. All that a tourist entertainer needs to know

Physical geography
Aegean Sea Location
Coordinates 36 ° 24'N 28 ° 13'ECoordinate: 36 ° 24'N 28 ° 13'E (Map)
Dodecanese Archipelago
Surface 1,400 km²
Maximum altitude 1280 m s.l.m.
Political geography
Greece State Greece
Southern Aegean Suburbs
Rhodes peripheral unit
Inhabitants 130,000 (2004)
Density 92.8 ab./km²

Rhodes, from the Greek Ῥόδος (Rodos, pronounced: Hròdos), is the largest of the Dodecanese islands and the easternmost of the major Aegean islands; the southeastern side is wet from the002
East Sea. It is located approximately 17.7 km from the coasts of Turkey. The population amounts to about 130,000 people (2004), of which about 60-70,000 reside in the city of Rhodes,
the major center. Rhodes was the capital of the Dodecanese prefecture, which also included the nearby islands of Simi, Piscopi, Calchi and Castelrosso.
Historically, it was famous for the Colossus of Rhodes, a statue of the god Helios, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. The medieval city is considered a world heritage site.

Airports. Where our Tourist Entertainer have to land
There are two operational airports on the island, but only the Rhodes-Diagoras airport is open to commercial aviation.

Diagoras Airport, opened in 1977 is one of the largest in Greece, is the main entry and exit point for both locals and tourists. The airport is connected both to the main Greek cities and to the major European cities. It is located 14 km south-west of the city of Rhodes and is the third largest airport in the country for international traffic.
Marizza airport, military base, also used by general aviation, closed to commercial aviation. It was the island's main airport until 1977. It has a 2,400 m track 08/26 and a second oblique runway in semi-abandonment 14/32 of 1,200 m.
Gadurrà Airport, now abandoned, was an airport built by Italians during the Second World War, 7 km north of Lindos. Only the control tower and the 16/34 oriented asphalt runway of 1,700 m remain.
Cattavia Airport, abandoned, was also an Italian airport runway built not far from the military prison. In 1943, the 1,200m runway was made unusable by the Italian army with moats and stakes before being abandoned.

Monuments and places of interest. What our Tourist Entertainer can discover.Lindos Rhodes (city) Cathedral of San Francesco d'Assisi The Church of San Francesco is the Church of the Archdiocese of Rhodes of the Latin rite. The Church is located near the gate of Sant'Atanasio, between the district of Acandia and San Giovanni. Every Sunday and public holidays the solemn liturgy in Greek is celebrated. The faithful can follow the Mass in their own language as leaflets are distributed with readings in 12 different languages. Inside the Church it is possible to attend concerts of sacred music. The Church was designed by the architect Bernabiti and followed by the engineer Vellini, providing it with an excellent006 acoustic amplification. On September 20, 1936, in the presence of the Archbishop and the Italian governor, the first stone was laid. In 1939 the works were completed. The Ecclesiastical Complex is covered in stone in sight of Coschino. Inside, the floor was made of white calitea marble, the gray marble pulpit in Gramata, the windows in onyx, the frescoes on the walls were painted by Pietro Gaudenzi. In 1940 the church was equipped with an organ and enriched with 14 terracotta bas-reliefs made by the sculptor Monteleone depicting the Via Crucis.

Church of Our Lady of Victory.The complex that stands in the Neocori district also includes the Franciscan convent of the Custody of the Holy Land that provide pastoral service on the island, and the convent's guest house. In the Church built in 1743 and enlarged in 1851, Mass is celebrated in various languages ​​every day. In 1927 the restoration and reconstruction of the new façade began on a design by Di Fausto that ended in 1929. The façade is adorned with Crusader architectural motifs. The statue of the Virgin was placed above the portal on a niche. The church divided into three cross-bays is built on a single nave with a transept. A quadrangular choir has been placed under the dome. The two side chapels are dedicated to San Francesco and Sant'Antonio. A large nativity scene is set up in the church at Christmas.

Chapel of St. Anne.Archaeological Museum of Rhodes aquarium Built from 1934 to 1936 at the northern end of the island in the place called "Punta dei Mulini" using a porous stone set with shells that gives it the characteristic appearance of a cave, the Hydrobiological station is an historical monument integral part of the Hellenic Center of Marine Research. Through its scientific and exhibition activities, it promotes and disseminates knowledge of the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean with the aim of safeguarding the marine environment and its biodiversity.

Valley of butterflies
The valley located between Paradissi and Theologos, covers an area of ​​60 hectares. The rich flora of the Pelecanos river has created the ideal habitat for the procreation of millions of butterflies of the Euplagia quadripunctaria species. The vegetation consists of shrubs and trees of lentisk, pine, plane and American sturgeon.

Creete. All that a tourist entertainer needs to know Crete (AFI: / krɛta /; in the past also Creti, / krɛti / [1]; in Greek Κρήτη, Kríti) is an island of Greece, the largest and most populous of the country and the fifth largest (8 261 km²) among those of the Mediterranean after Sicily, Sardinia, Cyprus and Corsica. Together with the neighboring islets it forms the outskirts of Crete (in Greek Περιφέρεια Κρήτης, Periféria Krítis), a first level administrative unit with 623 065 inhabitants and the capital of Heraklion [2].

Between the 3rd and 2nd millennium BC the island was the fulcrum of the Minoan civilization, one of the oldest advanced civilizations in Europe, which had its main centers in Knossos, Cidonia and Festo. Over the centuries it was conquered and inhabited by Mycenaeans, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Andalusian Muslims, Venetians and Ottoman Turks until the definitive unification with the Greek state in 1913.

Crete is one of the main tourist destinations of Greece because of the numerous archaeological and natural sites and for the particular cultural heritage it has, expressed through linguistic, literary, musical and gastronomic specificities.

Greece State Greece
Capital Candia
Local Administrator Stavros Arnaoutakis (PASOK)
of the capital 35 ° 19'48 "N 25 ° 07'48" ECoordinate: 35 ° 19'48 "N 25 ° 07'48" E (Map)
Altitude 2 456 m s.l.m.
Surface 8 336 km²
Inhabitants 623 065 (2011)
Density 74.74 inhabitants / km²
Peripheral units 4 (Candia, La Canea, Sitia, Retimo)
Municipalities 24
Neighboring suburbs none (island)
Other information
UTC + 2 time zone
ISO 3166-2 GR-M 

Infrastructures and transport. Where our Tourist Entertainer have to land


On the island there are four airports, of which three with commercial traffic

Airport of Heraklion-Nikos Kazantzakis
Airport of Chania-Suda
Sitia LGST JSH civil airport
Maléme LG03 Airport - Civil 1.050 nd.

Monuments and places of interest. What our Tourist Entertainer can discover

Gorge of Samariá, in the south-west of the island

The bay of Balos and the island of Grabusa
Agía Triáda
Arkadi Monastery
Archaeological Museum of Heraklion
Káto Zákros, Minoan palace
Mália, Minoan palace
Festo (Phaistós), Minoan palace
Fourní (Phourni), necropolis
Spinalonga, Venetian fortress
Preveli Monastery
Palm forest in Vai
Gorge of Samariá
Monte Ida
Balos Lagoon
pink beach of Elafonissi

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