US United States
Stand No: 115

(BBA) Berenblum Busch Architecture is a leading architecture, planning, and interior design firm, based in Miami (USA), with specialties including transportation buildings, port infrastructure, and cruise terminal design. Proud designers of the new Cruise Terminal in Tenerife.

Gustavo Berenblum, Principal

Claudia Busch, Principal

GB United Kingdom
Stand No: 316

Southampton offers a one stop shop for all cruise needs. It's strategic location on the UK’s south coast, excellent transport infrastructure, unrestricted marine access and unique double high tide ensure Southampton remains the premier venue for cruise. Southampton provides four dedicated cruise terminals which turn around the largest cruise ships afloat.

Rebekah Keeler, Commercial Manager

Elizabeth Evans, Head of Port Operations

Ian Diaper, Senior Marine Officer

AE United Arab Emirates
Stand No: 214

The state-of-the-art Abu Dhabi Cruise Terminal was inaugurated on 13th December 2015 as a significant landmark for cruise tourism in the Arabian Gulf region. The 7800 sqm terminal can host three mega vessels simultaneously and can handle both home port & port of calls. ADCT also operate Sir Bani Yas Cruise beach which caters for cruise vessels in our new destination that will add to the Arabian gulf itineraries.

Mohamed Wagdy, Cruise Business Development

Noura Al Dhaheri, Cruise Terminal Manager

AE United Arab Emirates
Stand No: 214

Abu Dhabi is at the forefront of the Arabian Gulf’s ambitions to become the leading international alternative winter sun cruise destination, offering cruise tourists distinctively diverse leisure opportunities and culturally immersive experiences. The Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority ‘Cruise Abu Dhabi’ programme positions the emirate as a cruise tourism destination. By working closely through collaboration with major cruise lines to provide marketing support, the Cruise Abu Dhabi team aims to include Abu Dhabi on their itineraries, enhance the cruise passenger experience and stimulate demand for bookings.


ES Spain
Stand No: 506

ADELTE is the world leader in the design, manufacturing, installation and maintenance of sophisticated Seaport Passenger Boarding Bridges (SPBBs). It provides a complete line of innovative tailor-made SPPBs and highly effective operational services that meet the specific challenges of every cruise terminal and offers superior passenger’s experience.

Jordi Floreta, Vice President & Commercial Director

Martin Westphal, Strategic Sales & Innovation Director

Jorge Granados, Port Product Manager

François Mamert, Chief Marketing Officer

FR France
Stand No: MC18

With its 4 cruise ports ensuring high levels of quality in facilities, equipment, security and services, South Corsica, is a restful alternative for Mediterranean itineraries. Ajaccio, is a welcoming port with a 220m long dedicated cruise berth, for ships up to 340m. Corsica known as the “mountain in the sea”, is covered by pine forests and has a 1000 km of coastline with hundreds of white sandy beaches.

Marie Louise Giudicelli, Ports Director

Laetitia Moresco, Cruise Promotion & Marketing Manager

Pascale Battini, Operations Manager

ES Spain
Stand No: 200

Alfaship is an experienced agency offering shoreside and port services to the cruise industry in Spain. With a wide knowledge in turnaround, transit calls, ground handling, a 24/7 service, a first class customer care, and a large network of agencies, Alfaship is the Cruise Lines' Excellence ashore.


Florence Touchard, Cruise Division Manager, Alfaship Group

Antonio Castaneda, Regional Manager, Canary Islands & Gibraltar

Eduardo Ferran, Managing Director, Alfaship Group

Aaron Romero, Port Operations Manager

NL Netherlands
Stand No: 412

In Amsterdam Cruise Port, authorities and businesses work together providing the best service to cruise companies and its passengers. Bolstered by the attraction of Amsterdam, the surrounding countryside, the great facilities provided by the modern cruise terminals and the nearby airport, the cruise industry is going from strength to strength.

ES Spain
Stand No: 411

Andalucía is Spain's and one of Europe’s most important tourist areas. Every year millions of visitors come to enjoy its wonderful climate, historical and artistic wealth and natural beauty set within its extensive coast. Andalucía has a great tradition and all its cities have modern ports where many cruise ships call.

Kate Bonner, Chairman & Secretary

AG Antigua and Barbuda
Stand No: 409

The Antigua & Barbuda Tourism Authority (ABTA) plays an essential role in the marketing and promotion of the twin-island state. The ABTA is also responsible for the advancement and development of additional air and sea lift to drive the tourism industry of Antigua and Barbuda.

Colin James, Chief Executive Officer

Charmaine Spencer, Regional Marketing Manager

Rohan Hector, Chairman, Board of Directors

Nathan Dundas, Director, Board of Directors


The Port Authority of Madeira is a juridical body of private law conforming to the public sector as its capital is held in its entirety by the Regional Government. The mission is to ensure the circulation of people and goods in conditions appropriate to security, quality, regularity and efficiency, in such a way contributing to the sustained development of Madeira.

Alexandra Mendonça, CEO

Patrícia Bairrada, Marketing Director

GB United Kingdom
Stand No: NS5

Arnold Laver are a specialist provider of construction materials, to a broad range of markets and customers. Arnold Laver have an extensive knowledge of the fit-out sector and a great understanding when helping architects and specifiers choose from our premium range of high-pressure laminates and surface finishes.

Mark Ashmore, Sales Manager

Jo Andrews, Sales Manager


LT Lithuania
Stand No: 126

An ISO-certified company AROS Marine is a full-service ship interior outfit and refurbishment leader from Lithuania. Since establishment in 2009, AROS Marine has built a solid reputation in delivering world-class marine interiors for the river and ocean going vessels as well as offshore applications.

Giedrius Valainis, Business Development

Vadim Piazenko, Marketing Director

Genadij Zarikov, HVAC Production Manager

Lolita Mikalauskiene, Sales Manager

AW Aruba
Stand No: 409

The Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA) is the destination marketing and management organisation for Aruba, who are responsible for promoting Aruba as the preferred destination in the Caribbean. As for Cruise Tourism, ATA works very close with the Aruba Ports Authority to maximise the efforts in promoting Aruba as a cruise destination.

Mario Arends, Cruise Manager

Humphrey Tromp, Deputy Director

The Port Authority of Piombino and Elba runs the ports of Piombino and Portoferraio. From the port of Piombino you can discover the natural beauties of southern Tuscany. Portoferraio is the capital of Elba, the largest island in the Tuscan archipelago, where you can find places redolent of Napoleonic memories.

Giampiero Costagli, Marketing Manager

BH Bahrain
Stand No: 214

The Bahrain Economic Development Board works with domestic and foreign investors to assist them to establish a firm presence in the country, whether focusing on national or regional business activities, Bahrain is the ideal location for a wide range of companies from start-ups to well-established entities. There is great opportunity in Bahrain for companies that work across the entire tourism ecosystem.

Amal Jamal, Business Development Officer, Tourism & Leisure


BTEA is Bahrain’s main government organization responsible for the marketing, promotion, product development and licensing and oversees the quality of services provided, including research & statistics. BTEA promote tourism alongside the exhibition industry. Responding to customers' requirements and expectations to contribute effectively to the country's social and economic development.

Yousef AlKhan, Director of Marketing and Tourism Promotion

Ali Al-Shehabi, Senior Sales Officer

ES Spain
Stand No: MC4

Please visit stand MC4 for more information.

BB Barbados
Stand No: 409

The Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (formerly known as the Barbados Tourism Authority) was created by Government as a private company responsible for the marketing and promotion of Barbados as a tourist destination. Its mission statement is to position Barbados as a premier globally competitive, year-round, warm weather destination. 

Neville Boxill, Senior Director Support Services

DE Germany
Stand No: 412

Hamburg-based Becker Marine Systems is the market leader for energy-saving manoeuvring solutions for any type of ship. Becker´s subsidiary Hybrid Port Energy offers alternative shore power solutions like the LNG Hybrid Barge and LNG PowerPac® – flexible systems that supply low-emission power to vessels in port.

Max Kommorowski, Managing Director, Hybrid Port Energy

NL Netherlands
Stand No: 125

Please visit stand 125 for more information.

DE Germany
Stand No: 412

Bomin Linde LNG is a full-service provider of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel for the marine market with access to a broad range of expertise in cryogenic engineering, logistics and refuelling technology. The company covers the complete LNG value chain – sourcing, transport, storage, distribution and refuelling of ships with LNG in various ports.

Benjamin Janke, Director, Sales & Business Development


VG British Virgin Islands
Stand No: 409

The British Virgin Islands Ports Authority is responsible for the management of the Territory’s seaports. As part of a strategic visioning, in 2016 the Authority delivered one of the Caribbean’s most modern cruise facilities. This featured the lengthening and strengthening of the cruise pier and the addition of a landside development, namely the Tortola Pier Park.

Jennifer Potter-Questelles, Chairman of the Board of Directors

Alfred Henley, Managing Director

Myrthlyn Hodge, Financial Controller

Akeem Pickering, Operations Manager

Institutional Government Tourism Department of La Gomera (Canary Island), in charge of tourism promotion of the island.

Adelaida Herrera Darias, Tourism Informer

Mª Mercedes Aguilar Morales, Tourism Informer

Idilio Izquierdo Trujillo, Tourism Promotion Manager

ES Spain
Stand No: 504

Coming to the Canary Islands on a cruise? Walk through volcanoes; follow in the footsteps of Colon; swim in endless beaches; feel the best climate in the world; discover César Manrique's creations; connect with nature... 7 islands to enjoy. Are you ready for a trip full of experiences?

Juan Hiemenz, Promotion Department

GB United Kingdom
Stand No: 316

Capital Cruising is a union of cruise terminals that gives your guests an unrivalled opportunity to see the biggest sights of the UK’s two major capital cities – London and Edinburgh. We can offer a unique capital city connection because we own two of the most strategically located ports in Europe.

Mike Sickler, Cruise Manager, London International Cruise Terminal

Steve Lyons, Head of Cruise, London International Cruise Terminal

BB Barbados
Stand No: 409

The Caribbean Village promotes and markets the Caribbean as a group of unified yet richly unique cruise destinations, each with its own distinctive blend of vibrant culture, fascinating history and natural beauty. Offering cruise lines and their guests an unparalleled array of choices, the Caribbean continues to be the world’s premier cruising region.

Julie-Anne Burrowes, Cruise Tourism Advisor


GB United Kingdom
Stand No: 127

City Sightseeing Worldwide is the leading worldwide operator of open top hop-on, hop-off bus tours with over 110 tours across 5 continents. The multi-lingual commentary and hop-on hop-off concept means customers can learn all about the history, culture and points of interest whilst exploring their destination at leisure.    

Oliver Nicholls, Director of Global Sales

Tom Bresic, Account Executive

Charlotte Mander, Sales & Marketing Administrator

ES Spain
Stand No: NS8
FR France
Stand No: MC18

The Corsica Cruise Club gathers Bastia, Saint Florent, L'ile Rousse and Calvi and offers 4 possibilities to get a peaceful call in the heart of the Mediterranean! Services, security and comfort are our key words to meet all your expectations all year round in a paradise for nature lovers.

Marie-Madeleine, Ports General Co-ordinator

Anne-Marie Spinosi, Cruise Co-ordinator

DK Denmark
Stand No: 210

Cruise Baltic is a co-operation between the major destinations around the Baltic Sea. Through Cruise Baltic, all participating destinations offer the same service, high standards and full integration between ports and cities for cruise lines and travel agents that want to discover the unique possibilities of the Baltic Sea region.

Claus Bødker, Director

Maria Lopes, Project Manager

Haomin Tian, Project Assistant

GB United Kingdom
Stand No: 316

CruiseBritain is a joint independent initiative between ports, destinations and service providers focussing on increasing cruise traffic, working with regional identities and promoting Britain's diversity as a world-class cruise destination. The stand includes representation from Dover, Edinburgh, Guernsey, Jersey, Liverpool, London - Central, London - City, London - Tilbury, Portsmouth.

Kay Greenway, Manager

Angie Redhead, Chair

CA Canada
Stand No: 314

Cruise Canada New England is a partnership between ports, tourism and cruise ship interests in Quebec, Atlantic Canada, Maine, Boston and New York. The Alliance works collectively to promote the region as a premiere spring, summer and fall cruise destination.

Brian Webb, Executive Director

René Trépanier, Director General

Michael Vanderbeek, Deputy Port Director, Cruiseport Boston 

Amy Powers, Director

NO Norway
Stand No: 412

Cruise Europe is a cruise port marketing network in Northern & Atlantic Europe. Cruise Europe is unique in its geographical spread from Lisbon to St Petersburg, North Cape and Iceland. Starting in 1992 with 27 ports, they have now grown to a 125 members.

Jens Chr. Skrede, Managing Director

Michael McCarthy, Chairman

Nigel Lingard, Cruise Industry Consultant


DE Germany
Stand No: 412

Cruise Gate Hamburg GmbH a subsidiary of Hamburg Port Authority, is the operator of the three cruise terminals (Altona, HafenCity and Steinwerder). CGH is the single point of contact for all cruise lines. The declared aim of the company is to provide transparent “single-source cruise services” to all terminals in Hamburg. 

Sacha Rougier, Managing Director

unknown Guadeloupe
Stand No: 409

The airport, port and tourism authorities have teamed up to create the entity ‘’Cruise Guadeloupe Destination’’ in order to offer the cruise industry a comprehensive package for homeporting and transit calls. With excellent port and airport facilities, as well as breathtaking pristine landscape, Guadeloupe is a concentration of all the assets cruise lines are seeking for their operation.

Marc Gautier, Port Director of Strategy & Business Development

Jérôme Siobud, Airport Operation & Commercial Director

Olivier Michel, Tourism Cruise Representative

Mike Mac Fadden, Guadeloupe Cruise Consultant


IS Iceland
Stand No: 510

Cruise Iceland is an organisation composed of cruise service providers in Iceland which includes 16 ports, tour operators, bus companies, shipping companies and more. Cruise Iceland is at your service year around and can offer you easy access to every area of the country with diverse and exciting shore excursions.

Eva Michelsen, Managing Director

Please visit stand 106 for more information.

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is the world’s largest cruise industry trade association, providing a unified voice and leading authority of the global cruise community. CLIA supports policies and practices that foster a safe, secure, healthy and sustainable cruise ship environment and is dedicated to promoting the cruise travel experience.

Bo Larsen, Vice President, Strategic Partnerships

Marla Phaneuf, Vice President, Strategic Partnerships

Kate O'Hara, Director, Strategic Partnerships

Claudia Marmorato, Director, Business Development, Southern Europe

NO Norway
Stand No: 312

Cruise Norway is a cruise network and marketing company covering all of Norway's major cruise ports. We concentrate our activities on the international cruise market, presenting information about our member ports, destinations, attractions and other services to the incoming cruise industry in Norway provided by cooperating companies.

Sandra Diana Bratland, Managing Director

Marit Vetaas Karlsen, Marketing Executive

GB United Kingdom
Stand No: 416

As a cruise destination, Scotland is undoubtedly up there with the best. Breath-taking scenery, stunning cities, haunting history, UNESCO World Heritage sites, the ports are ideally located for inclusion in Britain and Ireland itineraries, transatlantic re-positioning, or combining cruises to Iceland, Faroe Islands or the Norwegian Fjords and Europe.

Alison Downs, Market Development Manager

Andrew Hemphill, Chairman

Rob Mason, Vice Chair

Richard Alexander, Treasurer

GB United Kingdom
Stand No: 316b

Cruise Wales directly markets to the cruise lines to increase the number of cruise calls to Wales. Our activity includes sharing best practise, developing a collective knowledge of the industry and delivering a warm Welsh welcome, whilst ensuring the delivery of a high level of customer service for cruise passengers.

Suzanne Thomas, Head of Cruise Wales

Margaret Llewellyn, Chair Visit Wales Tourism Advisory Board

ES Spain
Stand No: 304

Association created by Port Authorities of Madeira (Funchal and Porto Santo), Cabo Verde (Mindelo and Praia) & Canary Islands: Ports of Tenerife (S/C de Tenerife, Los Cristianos, S/C de La Palma, S.S de La Gomera and La Estaca) & Ports of Las Palmas (Las Palmas, Puerto del Rosario and Arrecife).

Alexandra Mendonça, President, Apram

Ricardo Melchior, President, Ports of Tenerife

Luis Ibarra, President, Port of Las Palmas

Carlitos Fortes, President,Enapor

CW Curaçao
Stand No: 409

The Curaçao Ports Authority (CPA) is responsible for the management of the Curaçao ports, which include safety and security, traffic coordination, port development and maintenance. In addition, CPA owns and operates the cruise facilities in Willemstad. The construction of the new cruise pier is expected to be complete in 2017.

Humberto De Castro, CEO

Raul Manotas, CCO 

CY Cyprus
Stand No: MC11

The Cyprus Ports Authority is the responsible semi-governmental body for Cyprus Ports. At the crossroads of three continents, Lemesos, Larnaka, Paphos and Latsi ports provide a multitude of benefits for cruise lines operating in the region as well as cruise passengers. At Lemesos port, services related to the cruise sector have been commercialised.

Eleftherios Hadjizacharia, Chairman

Anthia Klerides, General Manager

Eftychia Christodoulou, Administrative Officer

AE United Arab Emirates
Stand No: 214

Dubai Cruise Tourism is a part of Dubai’s Dept. of Tourism & Commerce Marketing responsible for globally promoting Dubai as a leading destination for cruise tourism. It is the principal authority for the planning, supervision and development of Dubai’s Cruise Tourism sector and it also monitors the Cruise Facilities.

Jamal Al Falasi, Director, Cruise Tourism

Suresh Babu, Manager, Cruise Tourism

DM Dominica
Stand No: 409

Discover Dominica Authority (DDA) is the tourism entity responsible for the marketing and product development of Dominica’s tourism. The Authority ensures that the destination is promoted through its year-round attendance at regional and international tradeshows, social media channels and hosting festivals and events. DDA promotes assists and facilitates the efficient development of tourism in Dominica, to ensure that Dominica becomes the coveted cruise destination.

Colin Piper, CEO & Director of Tourism

Kathleen Cuffy Jno Jules, Product Promotion Manager

Benoit Bardouille, Chairman, Discover Dominica Authority & CEO, Dominica Air & Sea Ports Authority

Robert Tonge, Honourable Minister for Tourism & Urban Renewal


AE United Arab Emirates
Stand No: 214

dnata is the Middle East’s leading travel management company, with services spanning every aspect of the travel industry. dnata is the premier cruise handling Company within Cruise Arabia & India, has the capacity delivering the best services, products & experiences for each cruise passenger—regardless of interest, origin, or expectation.

AE United Arab Emirates
Stand No: 214

Mina Rashid Cruise Terminal is spread across 2 million sqm and is currently equipped to handle 7 mega cruise vessels and 25,000 passengers simultaneously. It has been voted the Middle East, World’s Leading Cruise Port (7th consecutive year) at the World Travel Awards. DP World’s third cruise terminal, Hamdan bin Mohammed Cruise Terminal at Mina Rashid in Dubai was inaugurated in 2015. It is the world’s largest single, covered cruise facility capable of handling 14,000 cruise passengers a day.

HR Croatia
Stand No: MC23

Dubrovnik Port Authority (DPA) is an unprofitable government institution whose purpose is planning, managing activities and subjects in the port territory. Main activities are the management, development and usage of Dubrovnik passenger port and the port open to domestic and international public traffic. Development of Dubrovnik Port as a cruise destination started 20 years ago, when DPA focused on development of cruise tourism in this area, due to huge growth of cruising tourism.

Antun Asic, General Manager

Kristijan Pavic, Deputy General Manager

Kristina Laptalo, Head of Controlling

Sanja Milic, Head of Marketing Department

EG Egypt
Stand No: 204

Egypt tourism promotion.

Riham Wahid, Director

Iman Mahmoud, Attachée au Tourisme


AE United Arab Emirates
Stand No: 214

Founded in 1985, Emirates is a global connector of people, places and economies. The airline’s global network serves 154 destinations in 81 countries across six continents. In 2016, the award-winning airline was named the World’s Best Airline 2016 at the prestigious Skytrax World Airline Awards 2016, in addition to scooping up the awards for World’s Best Inflight Entertainment for a record 12th consecutive year, and Best Airline in the Middle East.

ES Spain
Stand No: 103

Shipping agency, superyacht agency, bunker trades, forwarders and tour operators with 100% owned offices in Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Alcudia, Ibiza, Panamá City, Colón, Rio de Janeiro, Habana and Miami.

Miguel Arcos, Director

Fabio Minetti, Director of Marine Operations

ES Spain
Stand No: 305

EULEN Ports & Cruises offer comprehensive port and cruise solutions. Grupo EULEN provides integrated general services for ports and cruises, helping companies from these two fields in every aspect of their business. EULEN’s experience means they can provide more efficient and more reliable processes, specially designed to cover the needs of each and every client. Services can be provided both locally and internationally in more than 35 countries, worldwide across Europe, America and the Middle East.

Esperanza Llin García, Facility Manager Tourism

Maria Alvarez Becerril, Facility Manager Tourism

Rosa Amor Herrero, Facility Manager Tourism

Jose Manuel  Fernandez Alvaro, Facility Manager Tourism

ES Spain
Stand No: NS4

Please visit stand NS4 for more information.

ES Spain
Stand No: 201

Fred. Olsen Shipping Solutions have been shipping agents in the Canary Islands since 1904. Made in Norway and developed in Spain, there are offices on all the canary islands which offer a full service. Fred. Olsen shipping solutions gives custom made solutions to all our customers, guaranteeing the efficiency of the systems at all times with a deployment of recourses that few could match.

Erik Lehmann, Operation Manager

Maria José Curbelo Chinea, Coordinator

Felix Afonso, Shipping Agency Manager

Carlota Ravina, Comercial

FR France
Stand No: MC21

The French Riviera ports are located in the heart of amazing cities which has direct access to shopping and sightseeing. On offer is a wide range of themed cruise calls to help discover the diverse flavors of the French Riviera.

Franck Dosne, Ports Managing Director

Caroline Valadie, Cruise Sale & Development Manager

Anne Sophie Peyran, Marketing & Communication Manager

ES Spain
Stand No: 504

Imagine a paradise, an Island with over 150 km of white sand beaches and turquoise water, where you can discover never-ending natural landscapes, a place where you can hear the sound of silence. That paradise is FUERTEVENTURA.

Moisés Jorge Naranjo, Managing Director

Blas Acosta Cabrera, Vice-President

Alicia Perdomo Perdomo, Promotion Department

Noelia Mederos Valdiva, Promotion Department

TR Turkey
Stand No: MC16

Global Ports Holding (GPH) is the world’s largest cruise port operator with an established presence in the Mediterranean, Atlantic and Asia-Pacific regions, including extensive commercial port operations in Turkey and Montenegro. As the leading cruise port operator, GPH is operating a portfolio of 11 ports in 8 countries and serving over 7 million passengers annually. GPH continues its expansion in the global cruise port sector.

Carla Salvado, Director of Cruise Marketing

Ceylan Erzi, Marketing Manager

QA Qatar
Stand No: 214

Gulf Adventures is the leading DMC in Qatar, specialising in programs and services for cruise ship passengers. In recent years the Gulf Adventures team has efficiently managed port calls in Qatar’s waters by many of the world’s leading passenger cruise lines, that feature the Arabian Gulf in their itineraries.

Emad Abu-Jalala, President & CEO

Emad Nasr, Chief Operations Officer

Nevena Tabakova, Chief Marketing Officer

Nikesh Balakrishnan, Chief Finance Officer

HAMAG acts as a full cruise shipping agent in all the Moroccan ports but mainly in Casablanca, Agadir and Tangier. The human and administrative resources in place allows a whole chain of services required, with all the necessary expertise and professionalism.

Karim El Mezouar, General Manager

Khadija Cherkaoui, Cruise Line Manager

ES Spain
Stand No: 500

Hamilton & Transcoma Cruises have handled an innumerable number of ships throughout the Iberian Peninsula, Balearic and Canary Islands covering all services: Port Agency, Ground Service, Shore Excursions and Cargo Logistics.

Our solid marketing position has been made possible by the support of many of the most important Cruise Companies around the world.

Alfonso Cordero, CEO Hamilton-Transcoma

Guillermo Ponte, Tenerife Office Manager

Jordi Torné, CEO Transcoma Cruises

Marta Rodriguez, General Manager Transcoma Tours

ES Spain
Stand No: 404

The hotel has 252 elegantly appointed rooms and suites which are located across five guest floors, while all the guest areas are characterised by their spaciousness offering bright and airy interiors. The hotel’s location combined with its splendid facilities; make it the ideal place for those who are seeking tranquillity and privacy in an exclusive and green environment, close to the blue waters of the Atlantic.


GR Greece
Stand No: MC19

Igoumenitsa opens up a whole new Greece offering access to a new part of Greece from a strategic point on the Northwest Ionian coast. Highlights include UNESCO World Heritage Site of Meteora, Syvota and Parga’s magnificent seaside villages, lakeside town of Ioannina, Arta’s rare Byzantine treasures, Octavian’s Nicopolis and the eagle nest villages of Zagori.

Andreas Ntais, President & Managing Director

Konstantinos Grinias, Development Director

Anna Pyroti, Marketing Department