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Getting to Know the Region of Central Greece: Fthiotida & Fokida

This week we explore Fthiotida and Fokida, two regional units of Central Greece, a destination of rich contradictions and unexpected experiences.
Posted On 02 Mar 2017

Getting to Know the Region of Central Greece: Viotia & Evrytania

This week we explore Viotia and Evrytania, two regional units of Central Greece, a destination of rich contradictions and unexpected experiences.
Posted On 24 Feb 2017

Ypati Thermal Spring to Operate During Easter Holiday

The Ypati thermal spring located in Fthiotida, Greece, will open to the public as of Monday, April 6, for the Easter holiday.
Posted On 26 Mar 2015

Hydrotherapy Center In Fthiotida, Greece, Opens For Summer

The hydrotherapy center at the Ypati thermal spring located in Fthiotida, Greece, will open its doors for the summer season as of Saturday 7 June 2014.
Posted On 03 Jun 2014

Ypati Thermal Spring In Greece To Open For Easter

The Ypati thermal spring located in Fthiotida, Greece, will open as of Monday 14 April for the Easter holiday.
Posted On 11 Apr 2014

Go-Ahead Stalled For Atalanti Hills Project

The two-billion-euro tourism resort investment Atalanti Hills in Fthiotida is in danger of not coming into effect as it is tangled in Greek bureaucracy red tape, according to Lokros, the company that has undertaken the development and management of the project.
Posted On 01 Mar 2010

Fthiotida Welcomes Atalanti Hills Project

A two-billion-euro tourism resort investment aimed to transform the area of Atalanti, Fthiotida, into a quality all-year-round destination was presented recently.

RES Zoning Legislation Before Parliament

The eagerly awaited first special zoning plan concerning renewable energy sources (RES) has been handed in for consultation and is expected to be tabled in parliament in April.
Posted On 01 Mar 2007

Plan For The Reorganization And Upgrading Of Greek Marinas

State-run marinas in Attica and Thessaloniki will be reorganized and upgraded to the high standards seen elsewhere in Europe, Development Minister Nikos Christodoulakis announced recently.