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On the northern part of Greece lies Macedonia, the largest region of Greece, with a history and culture going back some 4.000 years. This is where Alexander the Great reigned and organized his army to conquer the Middle East, Egypt and Asia as far as far ...
GENERAL INFORMATION The Peninsula of Athos, known as the "Mount Athos", is full of Monasteries and religious centres but full of wonderful landscapes too. HISTORY - CULTURE Since the 10C, the peninsula has been a sort monastic centre, the creation o...
General Information The picturesque island of Thassos decorates with its beauty the northern edge of the Aegean Sea. The affluent vegetation, the crystal blue waters of the seas and the comely beaches, the reclusive bays, the charming villages, the tra...
General Information The prefecture of Grevena borders to the north with the prefecture of Kastoria, to the northeast with the prefecture of Kozani, to the southeast with the prefecture of Larissa, and to the west with the prefecture of Ioannina. Imposi...
General Information The prefecture of Drama is placed upon the Greek northern borderline, sharing borders to the north and to the northeast with Bulgaria. To the east lies the entrance into the district of Thrace through the prefecture of Xanthi, to th...
General Information Once the first capital of the Macedon kings, the Prefecture of Imathia is one of the most prominent prefectures of Macedonia. To the south it shares borders with the prefecture of Pella, to the east with the prefecture of Thessaloni...
General Information Though the dominant presence of the famed city of Thessaloniki naturally attracts the spotlight, the prefecture of Thessaloniki holds many surprises, such as a beauteous mountainous countryside, comely sandy beaches, spectacular arc...
General Information The borders of the prefecture of Kavala are defined by Drama to the northwest, Xanthi to the northeast, and Serres to the west. Its southern part forms a lengthy coastline, gently dropping into the deep blue of the Aegean Sea. The g...
General Information Kastoria borders to the west with Albania, to the north with the prefecture of Florina, to the east and to the south with the prefecture of Kozani, and to the South with the prefectures of Grevena and Ioannina. The prefecture is end...
General Information The Prefecture of Kilkis is located on the crossroads of the routes from the north to the south and from the west to the east, and vice versa. It is also placed on the motorway which connects Thessaloniki with Skopje in FYROM and wi...
General Information The prefecture of Kozani seems to be at the crossroads of Northern Greece. It borders with most of the prefectures of Western Macedonia, such as Pella and Florina to the north, Kastoria and Larissa to the west, Grevena to the south,...
General Information The prefecture of Pella is situated near the upper center of Macedonia. It shares its eastern borders with the prefecture of Kilkis, its southern ones with the prefecture of Imathia, to the southwest with the Prefecture of Kozani, t...
General Information With no lesser spectacle of nature, mythology and history than the legendary Mount Olympus, the prefecture of Pieria is a place of affluent mythological and historical past. It is also the proper place for vacation at any season of ...
General Information The prefecture of Serres has the privilege of the existence of an abundance of impressive attractions within its confines. It has rare natural beauties, such as the cave of Alistratis, the ravine of Aggitis, the lake Kerkini, the de...
General Information The prefecture of Florina, situated on the northwesternmost corner of Greece, covers the northwestern part of western Macedonia, including a large part of both the two lakes placed along the borderline with Albania, the Megali (larg...
General Information At a first glance, Chalkidiki seems as the natural resort of the city of Thessaloniki. It is that indeed, and very much more. Each one of its three successive peninsulas has a different atmosphere, a distinct aura of its own: Kassan...
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