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Larissa Larissa is the capital city of the Thessaly periphery of Greece, and capital of the Larissa Prefecture. Larissa a city for all seasons,ready to offer you a mountain experience or just relax under the sun staring at the beauty of the asean sea meet a new culture through different people under the magical history of thousands of years. ==== LARISSA - ATTRACTION Spending your time on a mountain,in the wood,nearby a little water full staying in a nice little tent listening the sounds of birds,and relax from any routine!maybe go for some hiking or explore a cave. Going down the mountain...and relax in the beach and swim in the agean with beautiful blue and clear water...as far as you can see. You should try and...


Lesbos Lesbos is located at a very short distance off the Turkish coast. The island is the third largest in Greece and its people traditionally made a living from fishing, farming, making cheese and growing olives, fruit and vegetables. The island is mountainous with two large peaks, Mt. Lepetymnos and Mt. Olympus, dominating its northern and central sections. The islands volcanic origin is manifested in several hot springs. ==== LESBOS - ATTRACTION The distinctive rocky, volcanic landscape with its plentiful oak and pine forests is dotted with thermal springs, great examples of Byzantine architecture and stunning beaches are main attraction for tourists. ...


Skiathos Skiathos is a small island in the Aegean Sea belonging to Greece lies west in the Sporades islands, with Skopelos, Alonissos and Skyros to the East and Magnisia, Volos and Pelion to the West. It is derived from the Greek word ski, which means shade, and the name of the sacred mountain Athos, which towers 140Km to the northeast of Skiathos. The island in the shade of Athos. ==== SKIATHOS - ATTRACTION It is mostly covered with pines, but walnut and plane trees can also be found. Also olive trees and vines are cultivated. It consists of successions of coves and bays that feature more than 60 beaches which offer some of the best swimming in Greece. There are several smaller islets around the island. ...


Skopelos Skopelos is a Greek island in the western Aegean sea. Skopelos is one of several islands which comprise the Northern Sporades island group. The island is located east of mainland Greece, northeast of the island of Euboea and is part of the Prefecture of Magnesias in the Periphery of Thessaly. Skopelos is also the name of the main port and the municipal center of the island. ==== SKOPELOS - ATTRACTION The island has more than 360 churches and chapels. Most are closed through the years except for the feast day of whom or whatever the church has been dedicated. Most have been privately built. The oldest existing ecclesiastical structure is the basilica of Agios Athanasios built in the 11th century and located in th...


Greece We offer archaeological tours on the Greek mainland and expert led historical gulet cruises throughout the Greek islands....


Naxos Naxos is one of the more unique Greek Islands in that it's one of the only Cyclades islands whose predominant industry is not tourism. Naxos is the biggest island of a complex of islands called the Cyclades. Visitors will find all the tourist amenities expected of one of the larger Greek islands, including shops, restaurants and a wide variety of lodgings. ==== NAXOS - ATTRACTION The island has some modest ruins in which temple of Apollo is must, much history and fine beaches. It can be easily reached by ferry from Athens....


Paxi Paxi or Paxo is in the Ionian group of Greek islands, a few miles south of Corfu. In Greek it is a plural form and it refers to a complex of islands, the largest of which are Paxos and Antipaxos. The island is approximately eight miles in length and tipped up towards the west. ==== PAXI - ATTRACTION The west coast is dominated by steep white, chalky cliffs that are greatly eroded at sea level, and harbour many 'blue caves' which can be explored on launches departing from Gaios. Much of the attractive landscape is still covered in olive groves. Gaios is the main town and is the liveliest, with lots of restaurants and a huge harbour where you can stroll along and drool over all the rich people's floating gin ...


Philippi Philippi was a city in eastern Macedonia, in northern ancient Greece. Philip recognised the military importance of the ancient city, conquered it and renamed it after himself. The ancient city set up between the hills and marshland controlled the area and kept invaders from the important port city of Kavala (Neopolis). ==== PHILIPPI - ATTRACTION The ancient ruins of the city are well preserved. The trip up to the acropolis can be quite a struggle. It is only 600 feet up, but you have to travel along a steep and narrow switchback trail. The trailhead is hard to locate and the trail itself is unimproved with loose rocks everywhere....


Pilion Pilion or Pelion or Pelium is the land of the legendary Centaurs, a mountain at the southeastern part of Thessaly in central Greece, forming a hook-like peninsula between the Pagasetic Gulf and the Aegean Sea. ==== PILION - ATTRACTION The highest peaks of Pelion (Pliasidi 1548 m. and Pourianos Stavros 1610 m.) are in the northern part of the range. Its inaccessible eastern flank, with the Aegean Sea stretching out into the distance like a vast mirror, comes to an abrupt end in the sea, creating wildly beautiful rocky shores....


Piraeus Piraeus is a city in the periphery of Attica, Greece, and a suburb located 9 km to the south-west of the center of Athens. Piraeus is Greece's third largest city in terms of population and its biggest port. Piraeus is the largest port in Europe and the third largest in the world in terms of passenger transportation. ==== PIRAEUS - SIGHTSEEING The hill of Castella is worth visiting as it is one of the most wealthy neighbourhoods of Piraeus, with a unique view over Athens and the Saronic Gulf. On the other hand, Kaminia is a beautiful and a classic working-class neighbourhood, which is widely known for the strong support its residents provide the most successful club of Piraeus with, Olympiacos. One of the most fa...




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