The Mediterranean Magazine

Lorenzo's Olive Oil: Centuries Old Mediterranean Tradition

In wonder of the millennia old olive oil harvesting, Robert Ransley takes us on a visual journey in the small agricultural town of Los Santos de Maimona, in southwestern Spain, to Lorenzo Guillen Candelario’s olive groves. Lorenzo is at least the fourth generation to work these groves to this day who traditionally toil the groves in the same manner as the Romans and the Greeks and those who went before.

Easter Traditions in Greece: From Holy Week to Pot Smashing in Corfu Island

From the solemnity of Holy Week to the joyous celebration of Easter Sunday, Greece offers a rich tapestry of cultural and religious traditions. Discover the customs of dyeing eggs, decorating the Epitaphios, and breaking pots in Corfu Island. Join the fireworks battle in Chios and witness the iconic midnight resurrection ceremony. Let's explore the essence of Greek Easter together.

Thirteen Superstitions from the Mediterranean

Discover how the Mediterranean countries are bound by common superstitious beliefs.

KILIM: A Traditional Element of Authentic Homes

Chic, hip, almost indestructible, and practical—vintage kilim rugs are purely authentic elements of living spaces. A beautiful rug can solve a mul...

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