In the ancient world, Aphrodite was the goddess of fertility, love, and beauty. And she didn’t have a surname. In the world of Dellawella, she does – and it’s Dellaporta (get it?). Aphrodite is enthusiastic, bubbly, and above all truly genuine. Those who know her say that her best attribute is her miraculous ability to get through any new challenge, and her worst, errr, her inexplicable stubbornness when it comes to weird things (like wearing different color shoes).
… and the team
Travel lovers & advisors, fearless world photographers, multi-skilled content writers, talented web designers & developers, and super creative marketers: One for all and all for one – that’s our team’s rock-solid motto and it works like a charm.
South America Expert
Aphrodite is a warm, passionate hippie at heart, so when she finds herself surrounded by Latin Americans it feels like home to her. And it automatically feels like home to them too!
Content & Information Architect
Nassia is obsessed with researching and writing stories of any kind, and she’s always up for new adventures. If you’re interested in exploring a destination, drop her a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Travel Decision Coach
A true traveler with a Master of Science in Psychology, Athina can guide you through your own indecisions in your destination dilemmas. In other words, she’s the one to go to when you long for a simple solution to a complex problem.
North America Expert
Solero has been living in California for basically ever, but she rarely misses a sparkly Greek summer; she has a deep understanding of both cultures, and often becomes the interpreter between Mediterranean wants and North American needs.
Danai is a talented, super friendly, and multi-faceted Millennial who knows exactly how to design a great escape. Above all, she leads with integrity when you get in the game.
Bijou has lived on different islands since the moment she was born, so she knows all the ways to have an unforgettable, pure fun time when you’re a kid. We trust her vision 100% – and we haven’t once regretted our decision.
Oh, right, and the cat!
The cat in Dellawella logo isn’t a random cat. It’s the Gata (Greek for Cat).
The Gata was a very familiar part of family life in Ancient Greece – the comic playwright Aristophanes frequently featured cats in his works and often used the phrase “the cat did it” for comic effect.
In modern Greece, the Gata is regarded as a natural cohabitant in every area. It’s impossible to estimate the number of stray cats in Greece – from every Athenian and Cycladic alley to the most alienated mountain village, feral cats are simply part of everyday life.
The Gata also evokes the spirit of independence, intelligence, and of course, curiosity. As for those who consider the black cat as a symbol of bad luck, Dellawella sees it as the exact opposite: The black cat brings good fortune, draws wealth and prosperity, and makes the safest homes. All in all, Black Cats For The Win!
Dellawella’s unconditional love for cats isn’t just words. Learn more about it in Our Values.