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ALTERNATIVE TOURISM IN WESTERN MACEDONIA!!

Western Macedonia is a geographically isolated region, a fact that has had a negative impact on the area’s tourist development in contrast to the “sun-sea” pattern that has been dominating the sector for the past years. Nevertheless, recent global trends underline a need to seek something different, something authentic. It is exactly that difference and […]

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EXPLORE KASTORIA!!

The name “Kastoria” first appears in 550 AD, mentioned by Procopius as follows: “There was a certain city in Thessaly, Diocletianopolis by name, which had been prosperous in ancient times, but with the passage of time and the assaults of the barbarians it had been destroyed, and for a very long time it had been destitute of inhabitants; […]

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DISCOVER A WINTER WONDERLAND!!

Agios Athanasios Pellas is a winter wonderland. Kaimaktsalan also, is a modern winter resort in Macedonia. Together they make a paradise for those sporty types who prefer cooler climes.  Kaimaktsalan is  one of the most up-to-date  ski resorts in Greece, at an altitude of almost 2,500m. It is a  luxury winter holiday destination suffused with […]

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VISIT DRAMA!!

Built at the foot of the imposing Falakro Mt, in a verdant area with abundant water sources, Drama is beautiful and hospitable, featuring picturesque neighbourhoods, spacious squares, green areas and well preserved neoclassical mansions. A very few archaeological finds show that in the area of the modern city there used to be a settlement named […]

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VISIT KAVALA!!

Kavala, a northern city in Macedonia, Greece, is the capital and main port of the Kavala prefecture. Built like an amphitheatre on the slopes of Mount Symvolo, it is one of the most picturesque cities in Greece, blessed with historic buildings that possess a modern character. Explore all the cultural things to do in Kavala, […]

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VISIT METEORA!

The Metéora  literally “middle of the sky”, “suspended in the air” or “in the heavens above” — etymologically related to meteorology – is a formation of immense monolithic pillars and hills-like huge rounded boulders which dominate the local area. It is also associated with one of the largest and most precipitously built complexes of Eastern […]

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Pieria and Mount Olympus

What’s absolutely great about the Greek landscape is the combination of mountain and sea, often tempered with astounding vegetation and flora. Pieria is one such amazing place which not only boasts the country’s highest mountain in Greece (Mount Olympus – or simply Olympos), as well as the country’s longest beach! Obviously, the 12 Olympians – […]

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