Successfully organized since 2003 by Aegialis Hotel & Spa in cooperation with the Cultural Association of Tholaria Women in Aegiali – Amorgos island. Yperia Convention celebrates this year, from the 19th to the 22nd of April 2012, its 10th anniversary.
The spirit of the conference is around tourism and travel styles that care about culture and the environment of local communities – responsible travel. Yperia’s Conventions objective is to enhance the Cultural Heritage, the Civilization and the environment of Amorgos and to promote them through articles and films of Greek and International Media.
The topic of this year’s convention is the “Cultural Ηeritage of Amorgos” and will include the third Amorgos Festival of Short Tourist Films, in co operation with the Film Club of South Amorgos .
Yperia 2012 will especially focus on the 1000 year old Monastery of Panagia Hozoviotissa, which is considered as one of the most impressive byzantine monuments in Greece. The Yperia Committee believes it deserves its place in the UNESCO’S World’s Heritage Monuments and that it is time to broach the subject. Distinguished people from all around the world are invited to exchange ideas and opinions: journalists, photographers, producers, Political Representatives, Ambassadors, artists etc.
Amorgian Gastronomy will be presented and tasted during lunches and dinners in different restaurants: “Ambrosia” – Aegialis Hotel & Spa, “Lakki” Restaurant, “O Chondros, “To Limani”, “To Panorama”, “O Kostaras”.
Welcome & Farewell dinner will take place at “Amvrosia” Restaurant of Aegialis Hotel & Spa with traditional music and dancing.
The tradition of Yperia comes into work and continually creates and intensifies the growing awareness of sustainable tourism and should be continued to impact the future of tourism on Amorgos.
Visit the conference homepage: www.yperia.gr
Participation to YPERIA 2012 is possible, at special rate of 350 Euros per person for 5 days including accommodation, with full board (in double room) and all tours and transfers on Amorgos.
Please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org or
call: +30 22850 73393
Some pictures of Yperia 2011