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Tel: +30 22340 71354
Agia Marina is between Kato
Tithorea and Tithorea,
a beautiful village with rich cultural and tectonic heritage. Visitors can sightsee
the Koimisis Theotokos Abbey where they can feel the awe and honor to all those
people who guarded Thermopiles.
They can also visit the famous platan at Agia Marina church and of course the
country church of Agios Nikolaos.
A beautiful village at Fthiotida. Its park gives the visitor a different, calm
aspect of the agricultural life. There is also the famous monument of leon Haronia
at about 10 km away.
Amfiklia is situated on the North East slope of Mountain Parnassos,
in the center of the mainland right next to the old state Road from Athens
to Thessaloniki, a bit further
south from the sources of Kifisos
river. It lies on the border line of three prefectures (countries) Fthiotida
- Viotia and Fokida
and is less than 50 km away from their capitals Lamia,
Livadeia and Amfissa respectively
- and some 170 km northwest of Athens. Amfiklia is situated between two distinctly
developed general areas of touristic interest. The coastal zone on the Euboean
Gulf (Gulf of Evoia island)
including Atalanti, Ag.
Konstantinos and Kammena Vourla
to the east and that which combines visits to the ski centers o Mt Parnassos and
the Delfi archaeological site as well as the St. Luckas Monastery and the seaside
towns (of Galaxidi and Itea)
on the Korinthian Gulf to
the west. Mt Parnassos is the mountain where guests will find the flora and fanua
from every part of the country concentrated at one place.
This text (extract) is cited November 2003 from the Municipality
of Amfiklia tourist pamphlet.
Tel: +30 22330 91275, 91418,
Fax: +30 22330 91275
Kato Tithorea was and still is the financial, commercial, educational
and transporting center of the greater region. The railway station comes about
an important role. Tithorea is only 1h ½ away from Athens.
Tithorea, or Kalivia or Kiffisoxori, as it is also called, is a town
with ancient history. Nowadays Tithorea is a modern town where visitors can meet
the park of Agios Dimitrios, the old stone bridge of Magoulas, the Holy Temple
of Agios Haralampos, the park of Agia
Paraskevi and finally enjoy hospitality and food at the traditional tavernas
of the region. Parnassos
offers hospitality and safety to visitors.
Tel: +30 22330 41234, 41430
At an exceptional part of East Lokrida
built on a 240 m. altitude onto the plateau of the peninsula Aitolimi lies Malessina.
It was recorded as Malessina for the first time in 1699, before that, it was called
Melinitzes. It was inhabited by the Franks and came under the ducat of Athens
and Theves. On April 1894 Malessina suffered great damage from the strong earthquake
that struck the whole Lokrida area and was rebuilt in today's state having a modern
This text (extract) is cited November 2003 from the Community
of Malessina tourist pamphlet (1996).
Tel: +30 22350 51745,
Fax: +30 22350 51795, 51745
Tel: +30 22340 49644
Modi is built at the side longs of the homonymous hill. Visitors have an extraordinary
view of Parnassus. The
Holy Temple of the Metamorphosis Sotiros, a beautiful Byzantine church, is an
important monument of the village. Nearby visitors can admire the ancient quarry,
the roman baths and Panagitsa built in 1900.
Tithorea is the center of the Ε-65 footpath, next to the Canyon of
Kachala, where visitors can admire the old water mill and the magic view from
"Platanakos", enjoy one cup of coffee at the square, look at the age-long
platan, go around the ancient wall, visit Prophet Ilias, Agiasarli, Agios Georgios
and of course taste the most wonderful local and traditional recipes.
Tithorea is usually known as Velitsa (in Slavic means corral). The
magnifical surroundings including the unique forest always impress visitors.
The ancient wall and the castle made Tithorea the most powerful center.
Odysseas Androutsos established his headquarters at his famous cave.
Tel: +30 22350 32600, 31734,
Fax: +30 22350 32200
Tel: +30 22340 22435,
Fax: +30 22340 23496
Tel: +30 22340 31217,
Fax: +30 22340 31898
Tel: +3022343 50300,
Fax: +3022340 49872
Tel: +30 22333 50516-20,
Fax: +30 22333 (22330) 32128
Tel: +30 22330 51256, 52045,
Fax: +30 22330 51932
Tel: +30 22330 61126,
Fax: +30 22330 61126
Tel: +30 22350 52091, 51346,
Fax: +30 22350 51440
Villages' Council offices
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