Would you like to combine skiing in the morning and then go swimming in the afternoon, all
in one region? Click to choose your interests and see in which part of Greece you enjoy them.
Combinations are endless!
A. Wander around WonderGreece and choose whatever appeals to you.
We’ve got everything covered!
Browsing around the website you will find descriptions and details for main sights, events,
restaurants, hotels, bars, shops, activities and other useful addresses recommended by locals.
B. Plan and personalize your trip down to tiniest detail!
Click the button next to activities, needs and likes to add them to your travel plan.
Organize your calendar by drag and dropping from one day to the other, creating a custom travel
plan that suits you fine!
C. Download and Print. 100% Free
Access your saved itineraries anywhere. Download your personalized PDF travel guide, print it or
save it to your mobile phone. Share it now with your friends! Spread the news!
The castle of Oria (paraphrase of the word Orea (=beautiful) is located above the fountain of Aphrodite in the middle of Tempi. It was used as a fortress to guard the valley against the intruders of the North. It is said that the castle, which was the citadel of the area, was impenetrable. Part of the castle has been preserved.
This castle was build during the early byzantine era and impresses because of its size and polygonal shape. It is located on the defense line that was built by the Byzantines and connected Larisa with Thessaloniki and Volos through Stomio with the bypass of Tempi. A byzantine settlement was discovered inside. A big part of its walls has been...
The castle of Agia is another castle built on the entrance of the valley of Agia and on the way towards Kanalia and Volos. The fortification, the outer wall and two inner yards are still preserved. In the first of these yards there is the temple Agios Georgios that dates back to the 12th century A.C.
It is located after the village of Skiti. 2 kilometers of walls, remains of towers, parts of a water tank and ruins of buildings have been preserved. The castle must have been part of a fortified city of the middle ages southern of Kissavos that controlled the passage from Agiokampos to Larisa. It is said that the byzantine Kentavropolis, whose...
It is one of the biggest castles of Thessaly. Only a part of its double walls and outpost has been preserved. Its location was ideal for the control of the passage from Reveni to the plain of Thessaly.