Sterea Nightlife

Sterea Nightlife

Sterea is a region with lounge and calm nightlife. As almost all tourist places in Sterea are actually family places, things are peaceful at night. The only place with vivid nightlife in Sterea is Arachova in wintertime. As Arachova is the most popular winter destination in Greece, there are many bars and clubs that stay open till the early hours and play dance music.

The other tourist places of Sterea do not have loud clubs but few lounge bars. The waterfronts of Itea, Galaxidi, Kamena and Nafpaktos are lined up with such lounge bars with soft music. They usually stay open till after midnight, maybe 2 or 3 o'clock in the morning, and offer a relaxing atmosphere. Another choice for a night out is to enjoy a long dinner in the many taverns of Sterea.

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