My Greek Odyssey series six coming to Australian screens

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Series six of My Greek Odyssey will be released in Australia this Sunday, August 13.

Featuring Peter Maneas as the charismatic host, for the last five years this travel documentary show takes viewers on an authentic and intimate journey through the Greek islands, and in series six Peter and his crew aboard Mia Zoi are heading into the islands of the Central Cycladic.

“This part of Greece is known mainly for the major tourist haunts of Naxos, Paros, Tinos and of course, Mykonos. But our plan is to show you that there are also several other fascinating destinations that are well worth leaving the beaten path to explore,” Peter says.

“We will be visiting spectacular beaches, walking amongst ancient ruins, meeting the locals, finding those hidden gems, and as always, getting some cooking lessons from chef Kyriako!”

My Greek Odyssey Series 6 from My Greek Odyssey – Peter Maneas on Vimeo.

Produced by The Rusty Cage and Directed by Alex Begetis, this latest instalment is the penultimate in what has been an inspiring and somewhat ambitious project that has seen the team attempt to be the first known travellers to step foot on all inhabited Greek islands, as well as many uninhabited ones.

For Director Alex, series six is the best yet.

“When we set about creating the show, Peter wanted to bring to life the lesser-known locations and unearth stories that hadn’t been told. Over the years we’ve refined the process and dug deeper to shine a light on the ‘untold’ Greece. For me, this series is particularly special,” Alex said.

Viewers can catch the show in Australia at 4pm August 13 on 7Two, with an encore airing at 6am on Monday, August 14, as well as being available for streaming via the 7Plus platform. For those overseas, each week a new episode from the series will uploaded to Vimeo where it can be streamed into your loungeroom from anywhere in the world.

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