The forest of Dadia

The forest of Dadia is located in the middle of Evros County. It is very famous as it’s one of the most important biotopes in entire Europe. The forest spreads over the eastern mountains of Rhodope to the Delta of Evros. It includes two strict protected zones of 75.000 acres and one peripheral zone of 357.000 acres. The area of the forest is a characteristic sample of the Mediterranean ecosystem which is a result of a harmonic and peaceful coexistence of people and nature through the centuries. The forest complex of Dadia appears intense ground relief with rocky hills, mountainous

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The villages of Elati – Pertouli

Following the uphill slopes Koziakas, 13 km after the gate at an altitude of 900 meters lies, Elati, the largest of the villages in the prefecture of Trikala and most tourist-oriented. The name of the village was Tyrna, until 1955. You can hear the locals still calling the village with that name. It is speculated that the village was founded after the fall of Constantinople in 1453. Built literally in the green, Elati now has all those facilities and standards to stand up as a “first line” tourist destination. It offers the visitor a unique natural environmental beauty, hospitality, accommodation

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The town of Arahova

Arachova, an ornament on the ridges of Parnassus, in close proximity to Delphi is known by its ski centers and its nightlife. Arachova is a traditional picturesque town located high up on the slopes of Mount Parnassos. It is famous for its spectacular scenery, the beautiful landscapes, the peculiar architecture, its healthy climate and its entertaining night life. Only a couple hours away from Athens and next to some of the best skiing in Greece, this old town has become a modern ski resort with the latest winter sports equipment available. Also ideal for a cool summer vacation away from

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Dimitsana – Stemnitsa – Vytina

Dimitsana Dimitsana is an enjoyable medieval village which is built amphitheatrically in an altitude of 950m, on the top of two hills where begins the gorge of Lousios. This small area played a very important role during the Greek struggle for independence, against the Turkish rule. A Greek school which was constructed in 1764 was the ‘’incubator’’ for revolutionary ideas and plans leading to the uprising. This school ‘’born’’ two of the key-personalities of the growing revolution; Bishop Germanos of Patra and Gregory V the Patriarch. The last was hanged by the Turks in reprisal for the huge massacre of

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