Do you know why Grevenà is called "The land of the mushrooms"? Because in the area grow more that 1.300 mushroom species! Whether you are a mushroom lover or a gourmet specialist, in Grevená you will savour the most imaginative dishes, hot mushroom soups and tasty mushroom pies cooked with wild, cultivated, powdered or dried mushrooms, and sprinkled with mushroom liquor or mushroom sauces!

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A new list from Flight Network of the 50 top beaches in the world includes two Greek beaches, Elafonissi beach on the island of Crete and Navagio beach in Zakynthos Island. Elafonissi has long been famed for the stunning beauty of it’s fine pink sands and turquoise lagoon, while Navagio is famed not only for its stunning beauty with a backdrop of cliffs against the azure Mediterranean, but also for a huge shipwreck which now stands like an monument on its white sands.

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Lake Kerkini in Northern Greece, one of the most important wetlands in Europe, is considered to be one of the top European bird watching destinations. About 300 bird species have been observed here: some of them nestle, some winter, others stop over for rest or food.

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The gastronomy of an area tends to mirror its cultural identity. Xanthi is no exception to the rule as local gastronomy showcases the existing cultural mosaic. Greeks, Muslims, Pomaks, Romani, Armenians, Pontic Greeks, Cappadocians (coming from the Balkan peninsula and Minor Asia) have all added greatly to the rich gastronomic tradition of the area.

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Seven mountains, countless forested peaks and a rough terrain define mountainous Nafpaktia, a 550-square- kilometre area that extends north of beautiful Nafpaktos town. Forests of fir, beech, oak and chestnut trees are dotted by more than 40 villages that form an impressive group of communities, one of the most impressive in the country.

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Surrounded by mounts Taýgetos and Párnon, Sparta was the kingdom of Menelaus and his beautiful queen, the most beautiful of all mortal women of her age, Helen. But Aphrodite had promised Paris of Troy the most beautiful woman on earth in return of a favour, so the Trojan prince came to Sparta to claim his trophy.

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On the SE Messinia, at the first leg of the Peloponnese peninsula, there are two beautiful little towns: picturesque Methoni overlooking the Ionian Sea and the island comlex of Oinousses, and colourful Koroni, a place with insular atmosphere. Thanks to their strategic position, they have been important trade and marine centres. But for the very same reason, they have always been coveted by the powerful of the times. That explains the need for building huge fortresses.

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Through the stunning mountainous landscapes of Fokida one reaches a town with a feel of posh, tradition, and naval history: the picturesque pride and joy of the southern coasts of central Greece, i.e. Galaxidi. Brave seamen used to sail around the Mediterranean Sea to seek refuge in the two natural ports of the little town, Agora and Chirolakas. The naval and the folklore museums bear witness to the history of Galaxidi.

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This mountain town will win you over with a centuries-old library, world-renowned crocus fields and a miniature ‘Grand Canyon’.

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