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Here in Greece, heavy taxes are applied on almost everything, but uncontaminated beaches, sunshine and natural tanning are not taxed!
Ongoing economic recession has greatly diminished prices, so a 15-day vacation in June or September will cost less and produce an even, natural tan than solarium winter treatments in the U.K.
Dr Stavros Saripanidis does not own hotels in Greece, nor is he in any other way implicated in tourism industry.