Have you ever visited a place that unites both a long and rich history combined by a spiritual culture and civilization? Have you ever felt awe just by crossing a historical place of universal significance and glory?
Thessaloniki (Θεσσαλονίκη) is Athens’ sister city and the second largest city in Greece. It is located in the western part of the prefecture and is built on Kedrinos Hill slopes.
Ioannina is the capital and largest city of Epirus and Ioannina prefecture with aproximately 70,203 inhabitants. Ioannina could be characterized as a “blessed” place with towering mountains and rushing rivers.
Pylos is famous for being the site of two great naval battles, the Battle of Pylos in 425BC and the Battle of Navarino in 1827.Also it is the birthplace of King Nestor, one of Jasons Argonauts.
Part of the periphery of Western Greece on the peninsula of Peloponnesus, the region of Achaia is an ancient land of exceptional natural beauty with forested mountainous landscapes.
The peripheral unit of Kastoria is part of the periphery of Western Macedonia. Gifted with one of the most charming lakeside towns in Europe.
The prefecture of Magnesia is one of the 51 Greek prefectures and belongs to the region of Thessaly. Geographically, it includes Magnesia region (in Thessaly) and Sporades islands; Alonissos, Skiathos and Skopelos
Laconia (Λακωνία) could be characterized as your sixth sense; the sense that combines a blessed land along with a reach history, the sea, the mountains and beauty.
Halkidiki is a three-legged peninsula belonging to the periphery of Central Macedonia. Just a short drive from the city of Thessaloniki and home to some of Greece’s most stunning coastline it is established as one of the top summer destinations worldwide.
In the northeastern corner of Greece, is the acritic prefecture of Evros gateway to Europe and from the East.
The region of Florina is part of the Periphery of Western Macedonia. It is one of the most remote and mysterious areas in mainland Greece. Gifted with natural beauty, fertile land, mountains with extensive woodlands and rich cultural heritage it attracts visitors from Greece and abroad.
Situated on the west side of the Peloponnesus the region of Ilia is part of the periphery of Western Greece. It is loaded with natural beauty, warm and welcoming people, rich cultural heritage and numerous historical monuments.
One of the strategic ports of Northern Greece
Kavala is the capital of the homonym prefecture and geographically is located in North Eastern Greece.
Messinia is a Greek prefecture located in the southwest side of Peloponnesus. It is surrounded by the river Neda (north side), the Arcadian mountains, the mountain of Taygetos (east side), the Messenia bay (south side) and the Ionian sea (sea side)
Fthiotida is one of the 51 prefectures of Greece and belongs to the region of Central Greece. It is one of the largest prefectures and is located northern to Fokida and Viotia prefectures.
Thesprotia Prefecture is one of the 54 prefectures of Greece, northwest of the mainland and more specifically one of the four counties of Epirus’ geographical and administrative region.
The region of Pella is part of the Periphery of Central Macedonia.
Part of the periphery of central Macedonia, the region of Pieria is a place of exceptional beauty since it features verdant mountainous landscapes that steeply roll down to its extended sandy coasts as well as some of the most important historical sites in Greece.
A place with ancient “treasures” and dreamy beaches
Preveza is a beautiful and well developed capital of Preveza prefecture; a town and port of Epirus. It located in the center of the northwest coast of Greece and is known for its ancient “treasures” and dreamy beaches.
Rodopi Prefecture is one of the 51 Greek prefectures belonging to Eastern Macedonia and Thrace region.
Part of the periphery of Central Macedonia and bordering with Bulgaria in the north, the region of Serres is loaded with natural beauty, warm and welcoming people, rich cultural heritage and numerous historical monuments.