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Stoupa

 
Stoupa Stoupa is a village on the coast of southern Peloponnese in Greece. It is a popular tourist destination for British and German tourists, but apparently fairly unknown to American tourists. It has a wonderful beach, and most of the usual tourist services. ==== STOUPA - ATTRACTION There are some 20 restaurants strung out along the beach, a few small hotels, and many rental houses. Besides Greek tourists, who come mostly in August, Brits and Germans are the most frequent visitors. Few Americans have found their way to Stoupa, seeming to favor the islands. Stoupa is in a fascinating area called Mani, the only part of Greece never conquered by invaders. The Maniots built tower houses, some of which have been restore...
 

Keratsini

 
Keratsini Keratsini is a suburb in the west southwestern part of Athens, Greece. Drapetsona Bay lies to the southwest.The town has his own choir festival called international song festival. ==== KERATSINI - SIGHTSEEING The area was made up of farmlands. The rocky landscape of Aigaleo with a few bushes lie to the north. The mountain top is to the northeast and the valley is to the northwest are attractive....
 

Thessaloniki

 
Thessaloniki Thessaloniki or Salonica is the second-largest city in Greece and the capital of Macedonia, the nation's largest region. It is the largest city in the wider geographical region of Macedonia, and also one of the largest cities in southeastern Europe. ==== THESSALONIKI - ATTRACTION Thessaloniki retains several Ottoman and Jewish structures as well as a large number of Byzantine architectural monuments. The city hosts an annual International Trade Fair, the Thessaloniki International Film Festival, and the largest bi-annual meeting of the Greek diaspora. The White Tower of Thessaloniki widely regarded as the symbol of the city. The Arch and Tomb of Galerius is more commonly known as the Kamara and ornately de...
 

Kilkis

 
Kilkis Kilkis is a city in Central Macedonia, Greece.It is also the capital city of the prefecture of Kilkis and the capital of one of the two local provinces of its prefecture. ==== KILKIS - ATTRACTION There have been important findings excavated at various regions of the prefecture of Kilkis with elements dating back to as early as the Bronze and Iron Age. Their remains as well as ancient tombs of the 2nd millennium BC provide invaluable information about lifestyle at that time are attraction for tourist and enhance their historical knowledge....
 

Tilos

 
Tilos Tilos is a small Greek island and municipality located in the Aegean Sea. It is part of the Dodecanese group of islands, and lies midway between Kos and Rhodes. ==== TILOS - ATTRACTION Tilos has nineteen beaches, twelve mountains, seven medieval castles, a Byzantine monastery and two hundred churches, a cave full of natural discoveries, a village that is a declared cultural monument, a hundred bird species, hundreds of wild flowers and herbs. At the north-west end of the island, the Monastery of Ayios Pandeleimon, (also the island's patron saint), sits on the slopes of Mount Proftis Ilias (654 m)....
 

Kos

 
Kos Kos is a Greek island in the south Sporades group of the DodecaneseThe capital of Kos, which also bears the name Kos, is on the eastern side of the island. The island was originally colonised by the Carians. ==== KOS - SIGHTSEEING It has some quite well-preserved sights, such as the Knights of St John Castle dominating the harbour and ruins of ancient Roman buildings. The town has a 14th century fortress at the entrance to its harbour. When you want to see less crowd and more scenery and secluded beaches, head for the inland. The famous Asklepieion (the former centre of Hippocratic teaching) is only some 45 minutes away and has a good opportunity to explore the surrounding villages such as Tigaki and Mastihar...
 

Tinos

 
Tinos Tinos is a Greek island situated in the Aegean Sea. It is located in the Cyclades archipelago. In ancient times, Tinos was also known as Ophiussa and Hydroessa. ==== TINOS - ATTRACTION Tinos has a lot to offer. Its beaches are breath-takening, although you'd have to walk a bit to find them. Tinos is famous amongst Greeks for the Church of Panagia Evangelistria, its 80 or so windmills about 1000 artistic dovecotes, 50 active villages and its Venetian fortifications at the mountain, Exobourgo....
 

Levkas/Lefkada

 
Levkas/Lefkada Levkas or Lefkada is a manmade Greek island in the Ionian Sea on the west coast of Greece, connected to the mainland by a long causeway and floating bridge, as well as the island's capital city. Lefkada or Levkas is impressive even as it first greets the visitor, as he crosses the narrow strip of dry land and the 50-metre long floating bridge from the coast of Aitoloakarnania. The bridge turns around on itself allowing small boats to pass through the canal of Lefkada or Levkas. ==== LEVKAS - ATTRACTION Gyra is one of Lefkada's most important natural beauties. This narrow strip of white sand, 7 kilometres long, which embraces the lagoon on the north of the island, makes the landscape quite special. Gyra begins fr...
 

Meteora

 
Meteora Meteora monasteries is one of the largest and most important complex of Eastern Orthodox monasteries in Kalambaka, Greece and is second only to Mount Athos rise at the center of Greece, where Pinios river emerges from the deep canyons of the Pindus range and surges into the Thessalian plain. The Meteora is home to six monasteries and is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. There are six monastries namely The Holy Monastery of Great Meteoron, The Holy Monastery of Varlaam, The Holy Monastery of Rousanou, The Holy Monastery of St. Nicholas Anapausas , The Holy Monastery of St. Stephen, The Monastery of Holy Trinity. ==== METEORA - ATTRACTION These are gigantic rocks etched by time into a variety of shapes; ...
 

Nauplia

 
Nauplia Nauplia or Nafplion in the Peloponnese in Greece, is a seaport town that has expanded up the hillsides near the north end of the Argolic Gulf. The first capital city of independent Greece in 1823, Nauplia is today a very attractive. ==== NAUPLIA - ATTRACTION The narrow streets of the old town are lined with Venetian, neo-classical and Ottoman buildings, and dramatically overlooking it all is the towering but graceful Palamidi Fortress perched on a 216 metre outcrop to the northwest. Visit he Akronafplia Fortress, where the town was located up to the arrival of the Venetians. It has views down onto the red-tile roofs of the old town, and up to its awe-inspiring neighbour, the Palamidi Fortress. Three separat...
 

 

 

 

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