About Us

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Who we are

George PapandreouGeorge Papandreou – Managing Director

George started Steamond Travel twenty plus years ago having had the very best learning curve working for up market tour operators and London retail travel agencies.
Having travelled in the Americas, Canada, Indian Ocean and Africa, George is at his most fulfilled when arranging tailor made holidays to all parts of the globe, or rugby tours to the Southern Hemisphere.
His interests include Chelsea FC, Harlequins RFC, cricket and “authentic” rock and jazz. George is a frequent visitor to Cyprus where his father and sister live.

Anthony PapandreouAnthony Papandreou - Director

Before joining his father ten years ago at Steamond Travel, Anthony acquired significant IT skills at Ford Motor Company in financial and sales support roles.

Prior to that he spent several months in Australia and New Zealand. Applying that knowledge to his father’s travel business, Anthony quickly took to his new environment. He continues to travel, most recently to Mauritius and of course, Cyprus...

Anthony heads up the Business travel side of Steamond Travel and is available to his clients 24/7. His interests include football, travel and enjoying his young family.














Our Travels

Morocco with George



George finally got to achieve a long standing ambition and was invited to visit Morocco recently.

Arriving in Marrakesh , the group stayed at a typical riad in the Medina and enjoyed the fantastic spectacle ot Djem el Fnaa square (above ) with its snake charmers and colourful food stalls.

He then travelled through the Atlas Mountains, having breakfast with a Berber family en route to Essouira on the Atlantic coast, and stopping off to admire the tree-climbing goats.

This port (above) , famous for its sardine fleet (readily available at the charcoal grill stalls in the harbour), was once occupied by the Portuguese whose influence is still felt in the defensive ramparts around the medina and the blue and white painted buildings reminiscent of the Algarve. He stayed in a typical central riad, where the locals were very friendly and also took in a vineyard where the group were given a tour and very Mediterranean lunch.

George at all times felt welcome and safe. Morocco has become a "must go to" destination despite trouble much further east which can naturally cloud one's judgement but really do not apply to Morocco.