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Gorgiani Guesthouse Invites Travelers for Unique Getaways in Western Fthiotida

Travelers looking for nature, tranquility, but also alternative forms of tourism, will be more than satisfied with a stay at the Gorgiani Guesthouse in Western Fthiotida.

Quietly tucked away in the small town of Sperchiada, the Gorgiani Guesthouse features eight rooms that have a stylish but traditional decor in accordance to the architecture of the area with stone and wood. All rooms overlook the mountain of Oiti and the Sperchios river.

Guests at Gorgiani Guesthouse can easily combine their stay with unique nature activities as Sperchiada and its surrounding mountains have been proven to be among the preferences of travellers in search of various forms of alternative tourism.

The region offers the opportunity for short excursions to mountain villages, for walks on paths of old settlements and for hiking on trails through the forest.

Adventure seekers can also enjoy activities such as rock climbing, kayaking, mountain bike, motocross track and excursions with 4×4.

Major attractions in the area include the Folklore Museum of Athanasios and Mary Akrida, the Monastery of Agathonos – built in the 14th century with a rich collection of relics – the National Park of Oiti, the Oksias forest, the hot springs of the area and the Karpenisi Ski Center.

Recommended sights for travelers include the picturesque watermill of Panagia at the entrance of the Lefkada village and the Mavrilos powder mill.

“At the Gorgiani Guesthouse, visitors will enjoy the hospitality and the warm atmosphere of a traditional lodge where they will be greeted with homemade Roumeli dishes and sweets from pure local ingredients cooked in a traditional manner,” Tasia Vouza, the owner of Gorgiani Guesthouse, says.

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