Officials and tourism bodies have said that the South Aegean island is ready to welcome tourists after wildfires.
Greece is offering a free trip to tourists whose holidays were cut short by wildfires.
Parts of the island burned for days in July, damaging homes and hotels, with thousands forced to evacuate.
Officials have said it was the largest evacuation the country has ever seen with 20,000 people – including thousands of tourists – fleeing from the blazes.
On Wednesday (2 August) Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis told ITV’s Good Morning Britain that he recognised the inconvenience the fires had caused for visitors.
“For all those whose holiday was cut short as a
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