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Isthmus of Corinth a narrow neck of land connecting the Peloponnese to mainland Greece.
We will visit Kalavrita where you will see the stone-built houses, small squares, charming alleys, picturesque cafés, and tavernas right next to shady plane trees. The highlight of our day tour from Athens is the journey with Cog Railway (Odontotos). and you will travel through streams climbing the fantastic narrow gorge up into the mountains, through tunnels, over waterfalls, along cliffs, and through forests of pine and oleander.
We will also visit the chance to discover Diakopto, Kastria Cave of the Lakes, The Municipal Museum of the Kalavryta Holocaust, Agia Lavra Monastery, and Mega Spileo Monastery.
What has passed and what still exists merge as a colorful tapestry of images you cannot draw your eyes away from when you are in Nafpaktos.
Nafpaktos is one of a few cities in Greece that has survived for 30 centuries of turbulent history, imprinted forever on its monuments. Built at the foot of the Pindos mountain range, it is embraced reassuringly by its mighty castle, whose walls reach down to the Corinthian Gulf. It is a picturesque city with neighborhoods to match. Full of warm, welcoming inhabitants, it lies in a historic region whose visitors are treated all year round to spectacular mountain ranges, traditional villages, and beaches with refreshingly clear waters.
Delphi the center of earth and universe for Ancient Greeks. Famous for its theater, the Temple of Apollo Delphi was considered the navel of the world and played a very important role in the classical ancient Greek world. We visit the archaeological site and the Temple of Apollo, famous for its oracle.
Meteora is the best way to appreciate the power of the natural forces that shaped this breathtaking landscape is walking right into it.
They represent a unique artistic achievement and are one of the most powerful examples of architectural transformation.
Ioannina, the capital of Epirus, spreads out around beautiful Lake Pamvotida. The natural environment, the climate, and the character of the town are defined by this stretch of water – the area’s trademark. The lake, with its still waters and its small island, is a natural monument, around which the entire area lives and breathes. The strong cultural traditions of the town, home to a number of great novelists and poets, and the artistic and intellectual events which are organized throughout the year give visitors the opportunity to get to know the roots of the intellectual life of Epirus.
To one side, the Pagasitikos Gulf and, to the other, the Aegean. And in between, a magical mountain to discover by the name of Pelion! Water gurgles in the fountains and sunbeams stream through the leaves of the plane trees, oaks, beeches, gardenias, hydrangeas, camellias. All around you, nature flourishes here in the fertile soil of Thessaly. There are walks you can do right across Pelion, taking you through a rich landscape of forests, streams, and waterfalls and through fabulous mountain and seaside villages.
You might have seen Pelion beaches without even knowing about it! Mamma Mia movie shot here and some scenes come from the beach Damouchari.
The Pelion area has fantastic landscapes and offers beautiful views!
Warm and generous, Thessaloniki is at the same time historic and avant-garde, ideal for a city break or stopover and a fascinating mix of holiday memories.
Greece’s second city is unlike anywhere else in the country. It is both a sprawling urban center and a cultural melting pot, where dreams, ideas, visions, and trends percolate in an alternative, avant-garde scene. Its history is written upon everything that surrounds you: the White Tower, Nikis Avenue, Aristotelous Square, Mitropoleos Avenue, Tsimiski Avenue, the Ladadika district, Modiano Market, Bit Bazaar, and the Old City. Just as you’ll enjoy the atmosphere in the cafes and bars, you’ll adore the choice of traditional tavernas and gourmet restaurants.