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The city of thounsands of beautiful natural pictures, of tireless cyclists, of five prime ministers and writers.
The city is surrounded by the langoon of the thousand colors and the uncountable birds. Early in the morning, the cool touches of the east paint the calm lake’s water with every shade of blue purple, as Varasova is mirrored in its...
Already known since the ancient times and with a continuous important role in the events Nafpaktos is a lively town near the borders of the prefecture.
It is built by the sea and extends from its beautiful Venetian castle on the hill until the old stone harbor and around it.
Near the harbor there is the picturesque square with the tall plane...
It is bigger than a village, smaller that a town but as historic as the rest of the towns of the prefecture. Aetoliko is literally built in the sea, something that you will recognize once you start crossing the narrow road-bridge of the lake to get to its center.
It is located in the middle of a rare ecosystem that is surrounded by wetlands...
A modern and rapidly developing town on the borders between Aetolia and Acarnania. Although it is neither picturesque nor has an architectural interest, its residents are especially hardworking something that has made this town the trade center and most populous area of the prefecture.
Initially it was called Vrachori and there were many...
Built on a beautiful plateau near the foothills of mount Panetoliko, 360 meters above Lake Trichonida, Thermo was a very important town during the ancient times. It was the center of the “Gathering of the residents of Aetolia” that was one of the first known democracies in the world. Just outside the village you will see the unexpectedly large...
Continuous turns through a rocky landscape, that although it seems to be infertile it is inhibited by oak trees and wild goats. Once the road starts to descend the magnificent spectacle of Astakos and Veloutsa (southern peak of mount Akarnanika) above it, starts revealing. Astakos, which was originally built a bit further down from its current...
Its name in Greek language reminds us the word “miti” (= nose) and in fact the village is built on a salient of earth in the Ionian Sea. This is the reason why, even during the hottest days of summer a cool breeze blows in Mitikas. Its basic advantage is its view of the evergreen island of Kalamos that is located a stone’s throw from the shores...
Paleros or Zaverda, as it was named until 1928, is a main holiday resort not only for the Greeks but for foreign visitors as well. Paleros with its magnificent beaches has been fully developed in matters of tourism and has all kinds of amenities to accommodate the summer visitors.
Built on the shores of the Amvrakikos bay with its Venetian castle standing above it, Vonitsa is a town with 4.500 residents. You will definitely visit the castle and enjoy a swim in the nearby beaches of Panagia and Sotiras.
Lots of sailing boats find shelter in the harbor, where you will find taverns with fresh seafood. If amvrakikos gampara...
Amfilochia, the so-called “bride of Amvrakikos”, nests between two hills inside Amvrakikos Bay, offering a sheltered port, as well as an intermediate station for the travelers from Aitoloakarania to Ioannina, Preveza or Lefkada.
Until 1907 it was known as Karvasaras, from the turkish Caravanserai, which means roadside inn for caravans. In...