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In a recent press release the developers of Halcyon Hills announce their partnership with the Registry Collection, to offer fractional property buyers at Halcyon Hills on the Greek Island of Samos, the chance to holiday in numerous luxury resorts across the globe. The luxury resort and marina on Samos includes 1,200 sq.m Spa, a thirty five berth marina and two beaches, combining top-end facilities and lifestyle with traditional Greek charm.

Property buyers in Halcyon Hills will now become members of the Registry Collection and is a free bonus for fractional purchasers, giving them access to holidays in sumptuous locations. Fractional ownership property at Halcyon Hills starts from 21,000 British pounds. More information about the Latest Marina Hotspot of Samos

The Irish Independent reports on credit busting holidays, saying that Budget Travel has issued really cheap package holidays this year. The paper highlights a week on the Greek Islands of Corfu and Zakynthos from 424 euros per person during August. More details at

Property-in-Santorini, has recently launched the sale of its own build houses with Monolithos Beach Villas on Santorini, with no agency commission on the purchases. The Greek Island of Santorini is known for its breathtaking sunsets and is one of the most magical islands in the world. The villas all have lovely sea views aned are only 30m from Monolithos beach. Villas are three bedroom with central heating and offer 120 sq.m of living space on a plot of 4,000 sq.m. More information can be found at

Metro reports on the Greek Island of Paxos, highlighting its appeal to get away from young Brits in bars. Offering peace and quiet to a relatively small number of tourists, the island is undiscovered and visitors experience timeless authentic Greece. They say that the best taverna is at Gaios and is the Blue Grotto which is tucked away in a small side street: a family run established with wonerful food.

Bill Gates is said to be the most likely buyer of the Greek Island of Skorpios with a price tag of about 120 million euros. Skorpios is the Greek Island where Aristotle Onassis is buried and was inherited by his grand-daughter, Athina Roussel Onassis-Miranda, who is now selling the island as the annual maintenance costs of 1.5 million euros are too much. The island is also where Jackie Kennedy married the billionaire in 1968. Today the island is off-bounds to visitors.