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Outside of Attica

The natural beauty of Greece, the mild Mediterranean climate, the relaxed lifestyle are some of the reasons for someone to proceed with a purchase. Each area has its own characteristics, such as the mountain view, the sea breeze or the charm of the center. Our office will be happy to help you find the best place for you.

A crossroads of cultures and colors, you feel the power of history and the warmth of the southernmost tip of Europe and discover the evolutionary path of thought, influence and experience. You are in a country that has a rich historical past, but whose inhabitants do not rest, do not cling to it. You are in a country that is statistically small, but huge in diversity, in landscapes that have been captured on thousands of postcards, but remain incredibly alive and elusive. Greece is a country of wonderful contrasts, a continuous journey through time from the present to the past. So wander through its olive groves, the archaeological sites, travel to the island complexes, cross beaches and mountains and discover landscapes that will take your breath away. In Greece the alternation of images does not happen in our imagination, but also in reality. Generally Greece is a country in southeastern Europe, at the southernmost tip of the Balkan peninsula, in the eastern Mediterranean. It borders on land to the north with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) and Bulgaria, to the northwest with Albania and to the northeast with Turkey. It is bordered to the east by the Aegean Sea, to the west by the Ionian Sea and to the south by the Mediterranean Sea. It has a long and rich history during which it exerted a great cultural influence on three continents. The biggest cities in Greece after Athens are Thessaloniki, Patras, Heraklion and Volos.

South and North Aegean

The South Aegean Region is one of the thirteen administrative regions of Greece. It includes the island complexes of the Dodecanese and the Cyclades, with its headquarters in Ermoupoli on the island of Syros. The Region has a total area of 5,286 square kilometers and covers 4% of the total area of the country. It occupies the area between the Northern Aegean, eastern Solid Greece, Crete, and the Asia Minor beaches. The Northern Aegean Region includes the prefectures of Lesbos, Samos and Chios with their eleven municipalities.

Central Greece

Central Greece is a geographical region of Greece, the second largest in area occupying 24,910 and the first in population with 4,591,568 inhabitants. It consists of Aetoloakarnania, Eurytania, Phocis, Phthiotida, Boeotia, Evia and Attica. Central Greece is also referred to as Roumeli, while it is also often referred to as Central Greece, due to its position on the country's map. The geographical division is not completely identical with the current Region of Central Greece, which does not include Attica, Aetoloakarnania, as well as the part of Corinth from the Isthmus and east.

It is the region that created the ancient Greek civilization and, by extension, the Western civilization.


The Peloponnese, also known as Morias (Morias), is the largest peninsula of Greece, and one of its nine geographical divisions. It is located in the south of the mainland part of the country and is connected to Central Greece through the Isthmus of Corinth and the Rio-Antirio bridge. The Peloponnese is administratively divided into seven prefectures (Argolida, Arcadia, Achaia, Ilia, Korinthia, Laconia, Messinia), while a small part of it in the east is administratively under the Prefecture of Attica. Since 1986 it has been administratively divided into two regions, Western Greece and Peloponnese (and a small part respectively, in the Attica Region).

The Peloponnese is a place rich in beauty and traditions.

Information sources: Wikipedia, Municipal sites, VisitGreece, VisitcentralGreece

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