Vlatos, May 26th – Today the Greeks vote in 4 different elections, for Europe, for Crete, for Kissamos and for the village, Vlatos. A lot of ballots make the voting process quite slow, but steady goes it. May the best…Read More→
The municipality of Kissamos produced this lovely video of Innachorio. Check it out!
Vlatos, 21st May 2019: The celebration of the church of Agios Konstantinos and Eleni. Following an almost destroyed road to the small church in the lower parts of Vlatos, the local people celebrated with a small panagyri.
Vlatos, May 19th, 2019: Jorgos Makrakis invited people from all the villages of Innachorio to discuss the future of our beloved area.
Last night Akis Pitsakis performed at Vlatos Jazz. Akis is a one-man band. He plays guitar, violin, ney and he sings Greek songs in a progressive way using loop machines. It is a great pleasure seeing him perform.
Yesterday the mayor of Kastelli toured around Innachorio together with the local candidate Jorgos Makrakis. The visited local cafes in Vlatos, Rogdia, Chrissoskalitissa, Livadia, and Kampos. Here they explained their ideas and answered questions of the locals. The main topic…Read More→
In the run-up to the elections the mayor of Kastelli, Mr Theodoris Stathakis, visited Vlatos today. He met with the villagers in the beautiful kafeneio to discuss his plans for the coming period and to answer questions posed by concerned…Read More→
The mayor of Kissamos Mr Theodoris Stathakis opened his parties election office in the city yesterday evening. He spoke about his achievements over the last 4 years and introduced his running mates on the square of Kissamos. Jorgos Makrakis runs…Read More→
Sunday night is Vlatos Jazz night. This time the Trilateral Jazz Commission, a classic piano trio performed a swinging, jazzy and warm concert for an, unfortunately, very small crowd. A festival like Vlatos Jazz cannot survive without any paying visitors,…Read More→
On Thursday Jorgos Makrakis took representatives of the Samaria National Park for a tour through Innachorio. They inspected the damage done by the water to roads, paths and riverbeds.
It is election time in Greece. Apart from the elections for the new EU parliament, local elections in Greece will take place on May 26th. There may not live or reside so many foreigners with a right to vote here…Read More→
Brilliantly played, fantastic atmosphere and a great audience. It was a blast! Vlatos Jazz had the honor of hosting Mathieu Durmarque on alt and soprano saxophone and Steffan Oloffson on keyboard playing their interpretations of classic jazz tunes. Here are…Read More→
On the third day after Easter the church of Agia Sofia in Katsamatados is celebrated with mass and after that food, drink and dance.
Together with representatives of the perfecture and the municipality the people of Innachorie discussed how to clear the rivers and roads in Innachorio, this morning in Elos. Decided was to focus on the main rivers and the roads that lead…Read More→
Last Sunday, April 14th, Vlatos Jazz presented the night of the guitars, featuring Δημήτρης Κολιακουδάκης, Αλέξανδρος Χατζής, Γιώργος Τζουγανάκης. Here is some video of the event.
The amazing price of 510 euros for a half liter of Greek olive oil captured plenty of attention, but the full story has deeper roots in ancient Greek olive trees. Some of these ancient trees are being preserved and promoted…Read More→
Slowly, slowly the weather took a turn for the better in Innachorio. And the tavernas and hotels are preparing for the tourist season. But still many roads are blocked by landslides or have been washed away by the torrestial rainfall…Read More→
The opening band for this years’ season at Vlatos Jazz was Marmitas. A great mix of latin, soul, and jazz touched the ears of all assembled in the wonderful little temple in Vlatos. Finally, they arranged for better lights which…Read More→
Yesterday the road to Milia, destroyed at some places by the storms, got their necessary repairs. One big digger and a small bulldozer worked tirelessly all day and now the road is as good as new (enter a little irony here).