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Favorite Destinations from the Tourist guide web-greece.gr


Lake Plastira: The jewel of Karditsa

Lake Plastira: The jewel of Karditsa

When someone hears about human intervention in nature, he usually pictures traumatic alterations and concrete monsters. However, there are exceptions to the rule. Inarguably, one of these exceptions is the sluice of The jewel of Karditsa and the artificial lake of Plastira . The construction did not affect negatively the natural...

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Pelion: The summer residence of the 12 gods of Olympus…

Pelion: The summer residence of the 12 gods of Olympus…

Pelion, seems to be the battle-ground of the Gigantomachy, the summer residence of the Olympian Gods and the Mythical land of Centaurs. On the mountain's peak Thetis married Pileus, after whom the mountain was named. Pileus was the mythical king of the region and father of the famous mythical hero of...

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Thessaly: The mythical residence of the gods

Thessaly: The mythical residence of the gods

Thessaly is a geographical region in the central part of continental Greece. It's land is basically a large plain surrounded by high mountains. It borders to the north with the periphery of Macedonia, to the south with Sterea Ellada and to the west with Epirus, while on the east it is...

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Karditsa: The contrasts of Agrafa with the thessalic plain…

Karditsa: The contrasts of Agrafa with the thessalic plain…

Seat of the prefecture: Karditsa The main areas of the prefecture are: Karditsa, Plastiras lake, Kastania, Mavrommati, Morfovouni, Palamas. The prefecture of Karditsa is the smallest of the 4 prefectures in Thessaly. It is a place with intense contrasts, combining the majestic mountainous range of Agrafa on the west with the vast Thessalic plain...

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Larissa: From Olympus to the outskirts of the Othris & Aegean Sea

Larissa: From Olympus to the outskirts of the Othris & Aegean Sea

Seat of the prefecture: Larissa The main areas of the prefecture are: Elassona, Larisa, Tempi, Tyrnavos, Farsala. The prefecture of Larissa is the largest of the 4 prefectures in Thessaly. On the east, the prefecture of Larissa is bathed by Aegean Sea, and, more specifically, by the waters of Thermaikos Gulf. (more…)

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Trikala: Where the wonder of nature coexists with tradition

Trikala: Where the wonder of nature coexists with tradition

Seat of the prefecture: Trikala The main areas of the prefecture are: Trikala, Kalambaka, Kastraki, Meteora, Elati, Kastraki. The prefecture of Trikala is one of the 4 prefectures in Thessaly. It is mainly mountainous, attracting the interest of visitors all year round. The main sources of income in the prefecture is agriculture, animal husbandry, forestry...

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Magnesia: Unique landscapes in a dream location

Magnesia: Unique landscapes in a dream location

Seat of the prefecture: Volos The main areas of the prefecture are: Volos, Pelion, Zagora, Kastri, Tsagarada. The prefecture of Magnesia is located in the north-eastern part of Thessaly and it also includes the largest part of North Sporades Island complex. To the east it is bathed by the Aegean Sea. (more…)

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Chalkidiki: Countless natural beauties and rich history

Chalkidiki: Countless natural beauties and rich history

Seat of the prefecture: Polygyros Main areas of the prefecture are: Afytos, Ierissos, Kalandra, Kallithea, Kassandria, Neos Marmaras, Ouranoupoli, Polygyros, Porto Carras. The prefecture of Chalkidiki is located in Central Macedonia. It borders to the north with the prefecture of Thessalonica, to the east with the Peninsula of Agio Oros and it is...

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Agio Oros: The place of worship and prayer

Agio Oros: The place of worship and prayer

The peninsula of Athos or Agio Oros is the easternmost of the three peninsulas of Chalkidiki. It is bounded by the Orphanou (Strymonikos) Gulf to the southeast and by the Gulf of Agio Oros (Siggitikos) to the west. It is the only area in Greece, which is entirely dedicated to prayer...

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