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The area is famous because it was property of the Glucksburg family. It is the trademark of the whole prefecture due to its rich flora and fauna. It has been promoted to a national forest by the European Union as it is one the best organized forest in the country with a wide range of activities such as hiking, rafting and rappel.
In the north side of Greece and only 17klm. away from the city of Naousa, "3-5 Pigadia" ski resort is located. The resort has a vertical drop from 2005-1430 meters and operates from end of December till the middle of April providing to the visitors an excellent infrastructure for skiing, hikking, paragliding, and mountain biking in the summer...
It is the natural continuation of the Mounts Vitsi and Varnounta. It is around 40 km long and it starts at the south of the city of Kastoria to end up outside Kozani. The highest peak, Siniatsiko, is located at an elevation of 2,111 m and there is also a series of peaks that reach 1,500 m. It is a particular mountain, because of its...
Thessaloniki, the so-called “capital” of northern Greece, is the second largest city of Greece. It is built amphitheatrically around the coasts of Thermaikos Gulf and the locals call it “the bride of Thermaikos”. Its strategic location helped its commercial and intercultural development, even though the city was often under conquest. It is...