One of the most beautiful Shrines in Greece, it is located in the port of Aegio, perched on a 30-metre high rock.
The Church took its name (Tripiti) from the cave-hole (in Greek “tripa”) where it is built... more
A local gem and undoubtedly the reference point of the entire area, the ancient theatre of Aegeira is one of our country's most important monuments. A unique characteristic makes visitors’ experience transcend magic, creating a feeling of methexis... more
The Diakofto - Kalavryta rail line or Cog railway as it is better known, is very much like the toy train of your childhood: an amazing adventurous experience that will take downhill from Helmos and its 750m altitude... more
In this wetland, nature is the protagonist and man is merely the servant of nature’s other living creatures and plants. It is home to many species of the animal kingdom, which preserve a remarkable equilibrium, together ... more
Styx waters, the springs of river Krathis, have fuelled legends and folk tales for centuries, surpassing the boundaries of ancient Greek mythology.
According to mythology, Styx was an Oceanid who had her palace in the ... more
The most imposing building in Aegio is located at the heart of the town. The Cathedral, dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, has a three-century history.
Like other buildings in Aegio, it was created by the exceptional ... more
The Castle of Salmenikos or the Castle of Orgia or Oria is located in Achaia on the border of the present municipality of Erineos, on Mount Panachaikos. Today almost nothing is saved from the castle due to landslides ... more
The prominent plane tree in Aegio's beach is also known as Pausanias’ plane, as it was mentioned by the ancient traveller. This more than a century old tree is one of the oldest in the country, inspiring endless admiration... more
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