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The city of Delphi and its sacred monuments are located at the bottom of two giant rocks of Parnassus, called Phendriades. These two rocks offer a peculiar and incomparable beauty to the landscape of Delphi.

The long Kirfis mountain is what you see across the cliffs and the river Pleistos flows through a valley planted with olive trees. Civilization flourished here from the 9th century BC. to 83 BC

Osios Loukas

It is one of the largest and best preserved monasteries of the 11th century in Greece. We must mention that it is also one of the most valuable examples of Byzantine art. It was founded in the 10th century by Saint Luke (known as "the righteous"). It is located in a wonderful place just 10 km from Distomo.

The architectural style of the two temples as well as their fine decoration and frescoes have attracted the admiration and interest of many devotees and later tourists. This is the reason why the monastery of Agios Loukas occupies a special place in the studies of Byzantine art.

In 1986, the Vatican returned to the Monastery of Saint Luke his relic, which had been moved for protection during the period of Turkish rule.


Galaxidi is located in the western part of the gulf with rich architecture and an excellent view of the gulf and the famous Parnassos. Beautiful, picturesque with a long history and tradition in shipping. Walk through the narrow streets of the town with its mansions and taverns. Visit the church of Agios Nikolaos with the unique wooden iconostasis crafted by artisans from Epirus. You should also not miss the maritime museum where ship plans, maps, sea pictures and rifles from 1821 are on display. Enjoy food in the picturesque taverns in the port, drink your coffee in the cafes or pastry shops. Also enjoy a night out.

On Clean Monday, don't miss the opportunity to participate in the "alembromouzuromas".


E4 trekking path

On the slope of Parnassos and at an altitude of 940 m is the picturesque town of Arachova, which is one of the most popular places to stay for skiers.

Visitors choose Arachova for its beauty, for its traditional stone houses, narrow streets and wonderful views of the plain. It is widely known for its woven carpets, dry wine and traditional "formaela" cheese.

It is known for its exciting nightlife. There are many nightclubs, bars, cafes and traditional taverns where you can eat the most delicious dishes. The Byzantine church of Agios Georgios is worth visiting and if you visit Arachova in the spring, don't miss the local celebration that takes place on April 23 (festival of Agios Georgios). During the festival, hundreds of locals dressed in traditional clothes celebrate the old Greek customs for three days.

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