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CORFU - GREECE

Corfu is an island which enchanted poets and...

EPIRUS - GREECE

The land of the ancient Molossians and Thesprotians...

CORFU - GREECE

Corfu is a beautiful island in the northwestern...

SARANDA - ALBANIA

...opposite the Greek island of Corfu.The city’s built...

EPIRUS - GREECE

Natural beauty, historic and modern buildings come together...

EPIRUS - GREECE

Byzantine finds can be seen at the 'little...

CORFU - GREECE

It's the port which linked the East to...

EPIRUS - GREECE

Imposing landscapes of dazzling beauty!The city of Ioannina,...

VLORA - ALBANIA

...surrounded by beaches and rocky sand. The city...

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VLORA - ALBANIA

...surrounded by beaches and rocky sand.
The city is the 2nd major port of the country. Vlora is an old city founded in the 6th century BC originally known by the name AULONA. The city carries historical importance to Albania as it hosted the First National Assembly, which declared the country’s independence from Ottoman rule on November 28th 1912.

SARANDA - ALBANIA

...opposite the Greek island of Corfu.
The city’s built form still follows its natural geomorphologic form of an amphitheatre. Saranda was first made a port to service Finiqi, in the 3rd C B.C. and in the I-st C B.C. expanded to a settlement, called Onhezmus. Many remains of the Roman and Byzantine periods are to be found scattered around the present day town. The area around Saranda is also blessed with a number of archaeological sites. The most important of these is most certainly Butrint, a UNESCO protected World Heritage Site. The ecosystem surrounding the area is a national park, offering you the opportunity to walk in a real Mediterranean “jungle”.

EPIRUS - GREECE

Imposing landscapes of dazzling beauty!
The city of Ioannina, next to the lake Pamvotis, is the capital of Epirus, northwestern Greece. Lake Pamvotis lies at the centre of a 480 metre-high basin in a picturesque mountain setting, with the Kyra Frosyni Island in its middle and the sprawling city of Ioannina on its western shores.

Natural beauty, historic and modern buildings come together at Ioannina, offering a vibrant and contemporary city comprising the most important commercial and cultural centre in Epirus and north-western Greece.

EPIRUS - GREECE

Byzantine finds can be seen at the 'little island' of Kyra Frosyni and monasteries with splendid frescoes, together with the legendary Ali Pasha's house - last refuge. The Byzantine museum at Ioannina situated in the medieval castle within the citadel, is also worth visiting. The tomb and the headquarters of Ali Pasha can also be found here. A walk along the lake shores and the castle walls, next to historical places and buildings conjures-up legends such as that of Kyra Frosyni. She was sentenced to drown in the lake after having caught the eye of Ali Pasha who desperately fell in love with her.

EPIRUS - GREECE

The land of the ancient Molossians and Thesprotians and a small part of the land of the Chaonians the greater part being in Southern Albania. It is largely made up of mountainous ridges, part of the Dinaric Alps. The region's highest spot is on Mount Smolikas, at an altitude of 2.637 metres above sea level. In the east, the Pindus Mountains that form the spine of mainland Greece separate Epirus from Macedonia and Thessaly. Most of Epirus lies on the windward side of the Pindus. The winds from the Ionian Sea offer the region more rainfall than any other part of Greece.

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