The Vora (or Kaimakatsalan) is the third highest mountain in Greece, located in the northern part of the prefecture of Pella to the limits with the prefecture of Florina. Continues across the border on the side of FYROM.
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Papingo actually consists of two villages: Megalo Papingo and Mikro Papingo, big and small Papingo. The only access road for cars first takes you to Megalo Papingo and a kilometre further to Mikro Papingo. Voidomatis has been characterized as … Read More
Vasilitsa ski resort, in Greece, is a small ski resort with 7 ski lifts (2 chair lifts and 5 surface lifts) but it does boast a respectable 530 metres (1740 feet) of vertical descent. Vasilitsa has 17 pistes. Hotel … Read More
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The Municipality of Metsovo consists of the municipal districts of Metsovo, Anilio, Anthochori and Votonosi. It extends over an area of 200.000m2 and it has a population of ca. 6.000 inhabitants.
Mt Parnassos, the home of poetry, music, and learning, in Greek mythology, is Just 2 hours from Athens.
The lake holds up to 400 million cubic meters of fresh water. It is used for irrigation and as a power source of a hydroelectric plant, but also as the main water source to the city of Karditsa.
“Action Bike Club” Freeride Downhill experience on Olympus mountain. June 2013 Hotel Bookings in Greece – Suggested for its best rates – Check Availability
Waterfall Petras – Viotia ( Καταράκτης Πέτρας – Βοιωτίας) is next to Pétra and is located in Central Greece, Greece. Hotel Bookings in Greece – Suggested for its best rates – Check Availability