Greece is not only sea and beaches , Greece is arguably most famous for unspoilt villages. You will also find pretty traditional villages hidden within high mountains where you can escape the scalding hot temperatures and admire glimpses of the sea from afar. All villages in Greece and the Greek islands have something special. Actually, depending on the landscape and the historical course of each place, visitors see different architectural styles. You can also discover villages in many locations and regions in Greece and the Greek islands. After discovering the best villages, you can also discover the best beaches.
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Platrithias is a village in northern Ithaca a lowland village spread on the hill above the bay of Afales.
Platrithias means in Greek “the wide torrent” . It is the “river of Platreithias”, the most important torrent or stream on the whole of Ithaca.
“Palia Manavika” are next to the preserved village of Varousi and show an evolutionary course in their long history.
Afionas is very popular with tourists.
Afionas is a fantastic mountain village on the cape of Arila
Afitos or Athitos is a large settlement of the Municipality of Kassandra.
Athitos or Afitos is Halkidiki’s stone-built “balcony”, offering breathtaking views to Toroneos Bay and a colourful combination of sea, sky and nature.
According to mythology, Aphrodite used to bathe.
The “Baths of Aphrodite” is an area in the Akamas between Polis and Cape Arnaouti.