The longest single trail in Greece will be the 370km long Epirus Trail, to cross the main part of Ioannina District in Epirus and wind its way from Mt. Grammos to Tzoumerka mountain range, pending the completion of works and the related certificate award by the European Ramblers Association (ERA).

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Greece is a country that holds plenty of myths and traditions, a place heavy with history and culture. Choose to travel to the country not only for its incomparable islands but also for its fascinating mainland packed with less-known destinations. This is the land you’ll fall in love with at a glance so let the country’s historical wealth and the ongoing sunshine captivate you. We give you 5+1 reasons to visit us. There are many more and it is up to you to discover them.

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The Greek island of Lesvos is one of the richest gastronomic crossroads in the country, bearing cultural traces in all its the flavors. It is an island where the quality of the primary ingredients comes first, where seasonal is key and passion for local tastes continuously raises the standards of the Mediterranean diet.

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Samos is an island ruled by legend and beauty. It is the island of the father of mathematics, Pythagoras, the astronomer Aristarchus and the philosopher Epicurus. It is the home of Hera and the land that hosted Herodotus and Aesop. An important center of trade in the Aegean and a major naval force in antiquity, it came into contact with important Mediterranean cultures.

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Only 19 nautical miles away from Piraeus, Agkistri is an easily accessible Argosaronic Gulf paradise. Azure waters, pine trees and lush vegetation (where many bird species find refuge) are the main characteristics of this tiny, yet charming, island of less than 1,000 inhabitants!

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A sizeable city in the Thessalian plain, Larissa has never been on anyone’s tourist itinerary except as a main station on the Athens-Thessaloniki rail route. But in the northern outskirts of the city you can glimpse the soaring peak of Mount Olympus on a good day. And if you happen to be into farming, you can check out what’s being planted in the endless acres of flat fields across which a small train trundles for the hour-long trip to Volos and Mount Pilion.

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