Until a few years ago, it was Faliraki (in Rhodes) and Malia (in Crete) that were the obvious ports-of-call for Britons with a livelier holiday agenda.
But then, according to the Greek National Tourist Office, a concerted police crackdown on anti-social behaviour in these areas rendered Faliraki and Malia less appealing.
Found in the collection of the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Vienna, Austria.
(The Print Collector/Print Collector/Getty Images) to Roman values, history and society.
Right from the start, sex was linked to momentous constitutional development for the Roman state.
The first instance was the 750 BC rape of the Sabine women – a carefully executed example of nation building in which the Romans replenished their dwindling supply of fertile women by carrying off the wives and daughters of the neighbouring Sabines.
The concept of registered partnership had existed in Greece since 2009 but was only available to heterosexual partners; this was declared discriminatory by the European Court of Human Rights.
Swarms of excitable Brits stumble between bars and clubs, scuffling and fumbling on their way.
Later, Roman historians like Livy embellished the legendary women of the past with the sexual mores they insisted their contemporary women should enshrine.
Sex for most Romans was undoubtedly gratifying, but it was also a duty: largely speaking, it was probably more gratifying for the men and more a duty for their women.
She has been a Funny Women Finalist, a TEDx performer, has appeared on BBC1, BBC World, BBC Radio 4, Radio 5 Live and on Greek TV, has gigged in the UK, Greece, Australia and the States, has hosted her own night at the Southbank Centre in London, and is one of the founders of Angel Comedy, one of London’s most successful comedy clubs.
CNN included her in its list of Female Comedians to Watch on The Fringe 2013 alongside Bridget Christie, Janeanne Garofalo and Sarah Millican to name a few.
Soon after, sex was implicated first in the overthrow of the tyrannical monarchy and the establishment of the republic, and then in the restoration of that republic so pivotal to Roman democracy.