We believe travelling is about engagement with people, the local communities and the local culture. Comfy beds and cocktails on the beach are great, but the sense of personal fulfilment is so much greater when they are combined with people-based experiences.
At the same time, socialising with people is something we have always enjoyed doing and one of the reasons we decided to drop our previous professional careers.
We have therefore aimed for Live-Bio to be exactly that, a small community hub for visitors and the local population. We love bonding with people from different cultures and backgrounds, we want to hear your story, we want to chat and laugh. We enjoy building relationships, with our guests, our suppliers and the local community.
We call them the Live-Bio family!
We got off the ferry at the island of Poros. Magdalena was waiting there for us, in a bright pink shirt and smile on her face. We then ducked into a little boat taxi, after we paid 1 euro, which took us to the other side. The boated zipped across the channel to the...read more
In August we were visited by 3 couples who all experienced Live-Bio in their own way. Cristina and Alvaro from Madrid, Spain; Mavi and Daniel from Brazil and Romania, currently living in London; Maria and Raul from the USA and Spain, currently residing in Madrid. Even...read more
Since the foundation of our firm we aspired to nurturing the Live-Bio family. We developed this concept to reflect the fact that our objective was not to be yet another guest house with stunning views of the Aegean. We wanted Live-Bio to be a place of exchange,...read more
Our Greece with Live-Bio We all love holidays. Although the main goal is the same, have a rest from work, the ways people spend their holidays differ. Some are interested in sightseeing – see as much famous places as possible and others just in relaxing – have a glass...read more
Our little paradise in Greece My boyfriend and I stayed at Live-Bio for a small week and we regret not having booked for longer. It is truly an amazing place, built with love and care by Magdalena and Periklis. The apartments are very well located with many...read more
Live-Bio family series Today's post is written by Silvia and Alberto, an Italian couple that spent their holiday in Greece with us at Live-Bio. They stayed for just under two weeks and really took advantage of the area. We thoroughly enjoyed getting to know them and...read more
Lal and Caroline (the parents) This was our first time in Greece and Live-Bio was truly a wonderful experience! The rooms were large, clean and comfortable fully accommodating our group of 8, including 4 children. Amenities included a kitchen which allowed us to...read more
As originally seen on HowFarFromHome We’re so lucky to be meeting some amazing people on our journey. When we first planned our trip, it was all about the places and experiences. We’re quickly realising that it’s the people that make the places more memorable, and...read more
When I was a child, I was so obsessed with the mythologies of various Greek gods and the stunning views of Aegean Sea. I was always wondering how come people could think of such romantic names, and how come in the world would even exist such beautiful places. The...read more
Dejar un lugar después de casi un mes es difícil. Es un hecho que vivir en un lugar durante varias semanas (en mi caso haciendo prácticas en una startup extranjera) hace que te hagas a la rutina y empieces a llamar a los camareros por su nombre – ¡y ellos a ti! Hay un...read more