Kavala is the second largest city in the north of Greece and the main port in the eastern region of Macedonia. The city is located in the Bay of Kavala, across the street from the island of Thassos and is arranged in the form of an amphitheater, so that the whole city has sea views, including restaurants and bars.
Fanari is a resort in the northern part of Greece, on the Aegean coast, east of Keramoti.
Kamena Vourla is a town and a former municipality in Phthiotis, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Molos-Agios Konstantinos, of which it is the seat and a municipal unit. The town was formerly known as Palaiochori. Kamena Vourla is located on the south coast of the Malian Gulf, 4 km west of Cape Knimis, which separates the Malian Gulf from the North Euboean Gulf. The Knimis mountains rise just south of the town. It is crossed by Motorway 1, which connects Athens and Thessaloniki.
Loutra Pozar is a picturesque village in Pella, famous for its mineral springs and is a special destination for the mountain area. It is 13 km away from Aridea, 20 km from Kaimaktsalan Ski Center and 100 km from Thessaloniki.
Delphi, with a population of 1,500, is one of the most beautiful and impressing landscapes of Greece, and the centre -"Omphalos "- of the world, according to the ancient myth. It was already inhabited in the prehistoric times and later -especially during the classic times- obtained great historic importance, as it has been linked with the most significant events of Greek history. Apollo, the God of catharsis and the genuine oracle, dominated earlier forms of worship in the Delphi. He taught people the "metron", that is prudence and modesty, which became the most ethical and peaceful expression of the Greek spirit.
Arachova town is a beautiful place on the slopes of Mount Parnassus, constructed at an altitude of 950 metres. Due to the three ski centres of Parnassus that are located in close distance to Arachova Greece, this town is the most popular winter destination in Greece. The traditional architecture, the beautiful nature and the vivid nightlife attract many visitors to Arachova. As the town is found on the way to Delphi, only 8 km from the ancient site, it gets frequented all seasons of the year. There are plenty of luxurious resorts, while in the close region of Livadi there are amazing wooden chalets. Due to its central location, this town is a convenient base for road trips to Itea, Galaxidi and Nafpaktos.
The province of Pieria called the Riviera Olimpului extends on the shore of Thermaikos Bay, from Methoni to Nei Pori and to the mainland up to the Mytikas peak, has a triangular shape and the capital is in Katerini, the largest city in the county. Being one of the smallest counties in modern Greece, with 70 km of beautiful beaches at the Aegean and part of the legendary Olympian Mountains (the favorite place of the gods in mythology) and even the Mytikas peak (2nd place in the Balkans with 2917m height, after Mussala).
Built at an altitude of 1000 metres on the southern slopes of Mt. Timphristos, Karpenissi is the capital and the only urban area of the prefecture of Euritania in the heart of continental Greece. Established around the 11th or 12th century AD, on a location chosen for its mild climate, it is rich with historical tradition, archaeological sites, religious worship and astounding natural beauty. In 1991, Euritania was proclaimed by UNESCO one of the environmentally cleanest regions world-wide and Europe's cleanest, also representing the basis for research since it is considered as having zero pollution rate.
Historic Galaxidi offers a unique experince to each and every visitor. This ancient ship-building village provides an island atmosphere of laid-back living. Numerous restaurants and tavernas offer both tradional Greek delicasies, as well as unique local dishes and freshly-caught seafood. Lodging is plentiful in Galaxidi. You can choose a intimate pension with old-world charm, a modern hotel with swimming pool, or rent a refurbished private home by the day, week or month. Galaxidi is a great home base from which to visit many of the sights in Central Greece - such as Ancient Delphi (just 40-minutes away), Meteoria and Thebes - or across the Corinthian Gulf in the Pelloponnesus.
Zagori (Greek: Ζαγόρι), is a region and a municipality in the Pindus mountains in Epirus, in northwestern Greece.
The Prefecture of Drama lies in the north-eastern part of the Region of Eastern Macedonia Thrace. Its northern borders are part of the national border with Bulgaria while to the east lies the Prefecture of Xanthi, to the south the Prefecture of Kavala and to the west the Prefecture of Serres. In administrative terms it is part of the East Macedonia - Thrace Region and is divided into eight municipalities, those of Drama, Nevrokopi, Prosotsani, Nikiforos, Paranesti, Doxato, Kalambakio and Sitagri and one community, Sideronero. With the river Nestos flowing through it, it is surrounded by mountains with Rhodopi to the north, Menikio and Orvilos to the west, Pangeo to the south and the Lekani mountains to the east. In terms of natural environment, ecological interest and cultural routes it can be characterized as a truly remarkable prefecture.
Nafpaktos (Greek: Ναύπακτος) is today a city and a former municipality in Aetolia-Acarnania, West Greece, Greece; His predecessor in the Classical period is known in English as Naupactus.
One of the most beautiful cities of Macedonia which is built in the Eastern fringes of the imposing mountainous volume of Vermion and has an astonishing view in the beautiful and rich plain of Thessaloniki. It is the capital of the homonym province with a population of 25.000 residents and combines the beauties of plain with those of mountain, offering a rich mesh of activities and services in the lucky visitor. It abstains 90 km from Thessaloniki and 510 from Athens.
The beautiful town of Kymi is built on the eastern part of the prefecture of Evia and it boasts the most important artificial harbour of the prefecture.
It is amphitheatrically built in a verdant green environment with plenty of water, surrounded by traditional settlements, caves, forests, and beaches, which create an idyllic landscape.
Kymi is built on a privileged spot, 200 m above the sea level, offering a panoramic view to the Aegean. For this reason, it is proudly called the "Balcony to the Aegean".
Aridaía is a town and a former municipality in the Pella regional unit, Greece. It was the capital of the former Almopia eparchy. It is located in the northwest corner of the Pella regional unit, bordering the southern part of the Republic of Macedonia and the northeast corner of the Florina regional unit. Its land area is 562.910 km2 . The population of Aridaia proper is 12,600, while that of the entire municipal unit is 20,213. Its largest other towns are Prómachoi (pop. 1,825), Sosándra (1,206), Ápsalos (1,178), Loutráki (1,163), Polykárpi (1,071), Tsákoi (1,020), Voreinó (871), and Χifianí (850). The municipal unit is divided into 17 communities.