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    Travel Guide to Central Greece

    Central Greece is one of the most mountainous regions of Greece. The slopes are forested with beech, poplar and pine trees. The climate is dry in the interior and temperate along the coasts. All throughout the year, the varied landscapes of the region attract many visitors from all over the world. And no matter the season is, the region remain beautiful.

    There are prefectures in Central Greece:
    Yliki and Paralimni are the two lakes that you can find in this prefecture. These lakes provide the lake of marathon with water. The mountain Elikona, Kithairon, Parnassos, Neraidolakkoma, Massapio and Chlomo are surrounding the basins of Viotia. The climate of Viotia is continental with cold winters and warm summers. The average temperature is 16C-18C. The capital of the prefecture is Livadia.

    The healthy climate, forested slope and innumerable streams give Evrytania the impression of heavn on earth! Evrytania is one of the prefectures forming the Periphery of Central Greece. It has a mountainous landscape, with Mt. Panaitoliko and Mt. Tymfristos occupying most of its territory.

    This prefecture has plentiful abundant fresh water supply. Acheloos, Evinos and Mornos rivers are the three rivers in the prefecture. The prefecture has approximately 230,000 residents and its capital city is Messolonghi, which has an important part in modern Greek history.


    This prefecture is long and narrow that stretches over the Aegean Sea. The center of attraction is the main highway and ferryboats from several terminals. This is great for those seeking natural beauty and scenic variety.

    Colored with silver-green olive groves and the gold of tiny beaches, Fokida is a place where nature and history live. Visit this prefecture as this is the center of the globe, the navel of the Earth.

    The district of Fthiotida has great mountains, amazing beaches or cosmopolitan resorts and mountain villages swamped by plane and oak trees. The capital of the prefecture is Lamia.

    Visit Central Greece now and let yourself be charmed by its natural beauty and take home unforgettable memories.

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