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Karistos Marina, Central Greece, Greece

Karystos Marina is a local port situated in the city of Karystos on the banks of the Aegean Sea. This marvellous area will bring you close to sandy beaches as well as to the traditional venues. Explore the surrounding mountains and pay a visit to the Styra Village. This ancient location is the host of the famous Dragon Houses. These small constructions were believed to have been deserted by the Greeks because of the wrath of the Gods of Olympus. It is said Zeus himself casted lightning on the small houses because of the lack of faith in the Gods of the Greek people. If you wish to experience the exotic or traditional beverages and cuisine of Greece, we suggest visiting these nice restaurants: Cavo D'Oro, Geusiplous, Dimitri's and Moshokarydo. Enjoy yourself and relax on the terraces of the best hotels in Karystos and you will not be disappointed: Anastasia Hotel Karystos, Karystion Hotel, Apollon Suites Hotel, Aegea Hotel, Hotel Nissaki Karystos and Anemomylos Bungalows.

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Attractions in Central Greece

Central Greece (Greek: Periféreia Stereás Elládas, also known as "Mainland Greece") is one of the thirteen administrative regions of the Mediterranean country. Not to be mistaken with the geographical region of Central Greece, which embodies the modern administrative regions of Central Greece and Attica, and the regional unit of Aetolia-Acarnania in West Greece. The administrative region of Central Greece occupies half of the traditional region of Central Greece, situated to the north of Attica and the Peloponnese, to the east of West Greece and to the south of Thessaly and Epirus. The most populous region of Greece, with a population of 4,591,568 people and the main cities found in this regions are Lamia, Agrinio, Chalkida, Thebes and Livadeia.

Its shores are watered by the Aegean Sea to the east, the Ionian Sea to the west and the Corinthian Gulf to the south. The region’s climate is temperate along its coastlines and dry in t... more info

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