Greek PM Offers Free Holiday for Tourists Who Escaped Rhodes Wildfires


Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has offered free holidays to tourists who were forced to flee their hotels on the island of Rhodes after wildfires broke out last week.

The fires, which were caused by strong winds, destroyed homes and businesses and forced the evacuation of thousands of people.

Mitsotakis said that the offer was a way of showing the Greek people’s gratitude to the tourists for their understanding and support.


“We want to show our gratitude to the tourists who were affected by the fires in Rhodes,” Mitsotakis said. “We want them to know that they are welcome back to Greece, and that we will offer them a free holiday.”

The offer is open to all tourists who were staying on Rhodes between July 28 and August 1. To qualify, they must have been evacuated from their hotel due to the wildfires.

To apply for the free holiday, tourists can visit the Greek tourism website or contact their travel agent.


The offer from the Greek PM is a gesture of goodwill to the tourists who were affected by the wildfires. It is also a way of promoting Greece as a safe and welcoming destination.

The wildfires on Rhodes were a reminder of the dangers of climate change. However, they also showed the resilience of the Greek people and their commitment to tourism.

The Greek tourism industry is expected to recover from the wildfires, and the offer from the PM is a sign that Greece is open for business.


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