Perifereiako Tameio Anaptyksis Perifereias Thessalias (RoT) was founded at the headquarters of the Region of Thessaly in 1998, under Articles 53 – 56 of Law 2218/1994 and its amendments. From 01.01.2011  RoT  is under Articles 190 – 193 of Law 3852/2010 and it is supervised by the Greek Ministry of Interior, Public Administration and Decentralization. (read more…)

University of Thessaly, with 37 Departments, and 8 schools is a university with its own identity and with a prominent position in our national educational system. University of Thessaly provides undergraduate and postgraduate programs and extra-curricular modules in specific research and business fields, for over 43.000 students. Part of the School of Humanities of the University of Thessaly, The Department of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology is based in Volos at the university’s seaside campus. (read more…)

The Information Technologies Institute (ITI) was founded in 1998 as a non-profit organization under the auspices of the General Secretariat for Research and Technology of the Greek Ministry of Development, with its head office located in Thessaloniki, Greece. Since 10/03/2000 it is a founding member of Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), one of the largest research centers in Greece the mission to promote the triplet Research – Development – Innovation. (read more…)

The Skopelos Diving Center has a base on both the south (Panormos) and the north (Skopelo Town) side of Skopelos, while a third diving base operates in Alonissos within Zone B of the National Marine Park (Ikion Diving in Steni Vala). It is a certified Dive Center by PADI and recognized as a 5 Star Dive Resort, fully licensed by the Greek Port Authorities and insured by DAN Europe (Divers Alert Network). (read more...)

The Hellenic Institute of Marine Archaeology (H.I.M.A.) was founded in 1973. HIMA is a private non-profit scientific body, which aims to conduct and promote underwater archaeological research in Greece, in tandem with the difficult task undertaken by the Hellenic Archaeological Service. From 1973 to 1976, when the Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities was founded, HIMA acted as an official consultant of the Ministry of Culture in matters regarding underwater archaeology. The Institute has been financially supported by significant organizations in Greece and abroad, and has managed several grants by European research programs, state bodies, private non-profit foundations, companies and individuals. (read more…)