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Favorite Destinations from the Tourist guide web-greece.gr


Thessalonica: “The nymph of Thermaikos”

Thessalonica: “The nymph of Thermaikos”

Seat of the prefecture: Thessalonica The main areas of the prefecture are: Thessalonica, Agia Triada, Asprovalta, Thermi, Kalamaria, Lagadas, Neapoli, Panorama, Perea, Oreokastro, and Halkidona. The prefecture of Thessalonica is one of the 13 prefectures of Macedonia. The prefecture of Thessalonica is the (more…)

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Dodecanese: Let the magic of each island to overwhelm you…

Dodecanese: Let the magic of each island to overwhelm you…

Dodecanese is a group of islands located in the southeastern part of the Aegean Sea. The prefecture Dodecanese actually consists of several islands, islets and rocks, than the name suggests it. Most islands of the complex located opposite the Turkish coast. (more…)

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Loutraki of Aridaia: With the famous since antiquity Loutra Pozar

Loutraki of Aridaia: With the famous since antiquity Loutra Pozar

Loutraki of Aridaia (Loutra Pozar) is a picturesque village of Pella prefecture which is famous for the Hot Springs (Pozar Hot Springs) and it is a special mountain destination for holidays. It is 13km far away from Aridea, 20 km from the Kaimaktsalan ski center and 100km from Thessalonica. (more…)

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Katerini: Destination for all seasons!

Katerini: Destination for all seasons!

Katerini lies in Macedonia, in Pierikos hill between the Pieria Mountains and Thermaikos Gulf and is the capital of Pieria prefecture. According to Felix Beaujour, Katerini was named Kateri (KATHERI) and the ancient city Atera or Atera (HATERA). In another version Katerini owes its name to a small chapel of Saint Catherine. Over the years the name...

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Palaios Agios Athanasios: The “Stone Village”

Palaios Agios Athanasios: The “Stone Village”

"Agios Athanasios" village was created at the end of 16 th century, probably by farmers and builders from Epirus district. This area became the eastern border of the control zone, of Ali Pasha big estate at Ioannina. Its older name was "Tsegani". The settlement was self-sufficient during the Ottoman Domination, because of...

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Monemvasia: The medieval Castle City

Monemvasia: The medieval Castle City

Monemvasia, is located in the eastern arm of southern Peloponenese. Its name means "One-Entry" because there's only one way to reach the town from Peloponnese that in medieval times turned the town into a natural stronghold. Today a causeway bridges the gap that separates the former peninsula from the mainland and...

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Itilo: The picturesque village in the heart of Mani

Itilo: The picturesque village in the heart of Mani

Itilo is located 80km south of Sparti. It is considered one of the most beautiful and graphic towns of Mani. It is near to Limeni bay, at 240m. altimeter. Itilo is a really big temptation for the visitor. (more…)

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Ioannina: Embraced by the lake of legends Pamvotida

Ioannina: Embraced by the lake of legends Pamvotida

Capital: Ioannina Ioannina is the capital of the prefecture and it is a contemporary city with history of many years. It is built at the shores of Pamvotida Lake and fascinates with its beauty and warm surrounding. (more…)

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Arta:  Τhe legendary Βridge and the Byzantine churches

Arta: Τhe legendary Βridge and the Byzantine churches

Capital: Arta Main areas are: Arta, Kataraktis, Koronissia. One of the most beautiful areas of Greece, the prefecture of Arta is one of the four prefectures of the periphery of Epirus. It is bounded by the mountain range of Tzoumerka and the Ambracian Gulf. (more…)

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