AGIA MARINA (Village) TITHOREA
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.
KATO TITHOREA (Small town) FTHIOTIDA
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.
MODI (Village) TITHOREA
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 (Small town) FTHIOTIDA
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.
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