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Thessaloniki, is the second-largest city in Greece and the capital of the region of Central Macedonia. Also known as the “Bride of the Thermaic” and the “Co-Capital”, it is a city with a 3000 year old history. What to see there? For starters, relics of its Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman history, as well as reminders of its formerly dominant Jewish population. Many of its churches and other city sites are included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List. The structure of the city allows visitors to walk to many of its major sites, making it easy to decide where to go there.
Athens is the capital of Greece as well as its largest city. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe thus it represents the historical capital and cradle of modern civilization. Here, you will witness the immortal beauty of ancient city and culture through preserved legacy of many archaeological wonders. What makes this city immortal over time is the young spirit of its people that keep it lively and vibrant. Bright sunny days, deep blue Aegean sea, fascinating ancient history and exciting daily life make this city a must visit destination in Greece.
Green forests that stretch to the beach, golden sunlight reflected on the turquoise waters, a traditional style with a rich gastronomic and cultural heritage. Numerous coves, unique architectural sites, perfectly preserved Christian monuments and a host of unexplored treasures all add their own touch to the unique canvas that is Chalkidiki. Its three green legs reach out into the blue Aegean sea to create an intriguing travel destination!
Meteora is the geological wonder of immense rocks that were created and shaped by different natural forces. It is believed that the rocks were formed around 60 million years ago, and for quite some time the nature of their existence was a mystery. In 1988 Meteora was placed in the UNESCO world heritage list which made the area globally famous. These rocky giants are surrounded by mesmerizing natural landscape which makes this place a perfect location for exploring and hiking activities.
Crete is the largest Greek island located at the very south of the Aegean Sea – in fact, this is the southernmost point of Greece. What makes her so unique is its terrain which varies from rocky mountains to sandy beaches.
Santorini, or Thera in Greek, is a truly authentic island widely recognized for its gorgeous caldera and breathtaking landscape. This crescent shape volcanic island is located in the south of the Cyclades area in the Aegean Sea and has been one of the most popular summer destinations in the world. The multicolored cave houses, turquoise water, hospitable people and delicious cuisine is what makes this volcanic island appear on everyone’s bucket list.
What it is mostly famous today though is Mastiha, the ‘tears’ of the mastic trees as it is called. Not only has Mastiha been the basis of the island’s economy for centuries, but it is also a scent and a taste that flavors everything in the island!
The Peloponnese peninsula is located in western Greece and is one of the most famous regions in Greece due to its rich history and beautiful landscape. The Isthmus and the Gulf of Corinth are separating the peninsula from mainland Greece. The peninsula is surrounded by the Ionian Sea on the west side and by the Aegean Sea on the east side.
Mount Olympus is the tallest mountain in Greece with its peak Mytikas, being 2,918 meters above sea level. The most fascinating aspect of this mountain are the old tales our grandparents would tell us about the 12 Greek Gods that lived there. Anyone that is familiar with Greek mythology knows that Mt Olympus is the place where ancient gods lived and spent their days.
Discover Loutra Pozar
Imagine this. You are sitting in a natural pool of hot water and there is warm stream coming down on your shoulders. Open your eyes and see that you are surrounded with beautiful green landscape of different trees and plants. Close your eyes and all you can hear is soothing sound of water splashing and bird twitter from the trees. Sounds good? Well all this is waiting for you in Loutra Pozar, just 110 km away from Thessaloniki.
Due to its location Tzoumerka remains untouched by contemporary architecture and mass tourism and is ideal for those who love nature, relaxation, extreme sports and alternative tourism.