GUIDE TO STEREA

The region of Sterea is located in central Greece, just above Peloponnese. From the eastern side, it is watered by the Aegean Sea and from the western side, it is watered by the Ionian Sea. Apart from a handful of places, this region is not much open to tourism, especially to foreign tourists. The ancient oracle of Delphi is the most famous place in Sterea Greece, while the other tourist places are mostly visited by Greeks. Nafpaktos, Arachova, Karpenisi, and Evia island are getting particularly popular for holiday all year round. This Sterea travel guide will give you all the necessary information to organize your holiday in Greece.

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ABOUT STEREA GREECE

The region of Sterea is also known as Central Greece, as truly it covers the central part of the country. Although it has lovely beaches and interesting historical sites, this region is not much popular. You will find in our Sterea travel guide information about the best things to see and do.

The Sterea region in mainland Greece is geographically located between Peloponnese and Thessaly. It is watered by the Aegean Sea on the east and the Ionian Sea on the west. Sterea is a region with variety in landscapes and interesting, historical sightseeing. Our Sterea travel guide will give you all the necessary information to understand this region of Greece.

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