Macedonia

Must See

White Tower

The White Tower, the symbol of Thessaloniki, and a point of reference for the inhabitants and the visitors to the city, is the remnant of

Baths of Loutraki (Pozar)

Cold and hot waters run together in Pozar.

Parthenonas

Parthenonas, 8 km from the central road, is a wonderful village built at an altitude of 350m.

What to see

Imathia (Prefecture)

Imathia (Prefecture)

Archaeological Museum of Vergina

The gold larnakes (ossuaries) with the sixteen-rayed star emblem and the gold wreaths found in the tomb of Philip II.

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Halkidiki (Prefecture)

Parthenonas

Parthenonas, 8 km from the central road, is a wonderful village built at an altitude of 350m. It was named after the ancient Parthenopolis which mythology placed in the same area.

Imathia (Prefecture)

Vergina palace

Here, on the foothill of Pieria, between the villages of Vergina and Palatitsia, the Macedonians established their capital, Aeges, defining in this way the region of Imathia as the heart of the Macedonian Kingdom, that is the administrat

Pieria (Prefecture)

Profitis Elias peak

The highest worship place of Greece is the stone tabernacle of Profiti Elia on the so-called peak of Olympus, at 2.803m height. It is a small, one-space church which, according to the tradition, was built by St.

Grevena (Prefecture)

Monastery of Panagia Spiliotissa

The Holy Monastery of the Assumption of the Virgin or Panagia Spiliotissa was founded in 1633, as the donor’s inscription in the church interior records.

Pieria (Prefecture)

Mouson Plateau

The Muses Plateau. It is the name of the uneven but yet serene plateau south-west of Profitis Elias top. There is built Christos Kakalos refuge.

Imathia (Prefecture)

Byzantine Museum of Veria

Valuable Byzantine and post-Byzantine works of art are kept in the Byzantine Museum of Veria.

Pella (Prefecture)

Palios Agios Athanasios

Agios Athanasios is a traditional hamlet that developed over the last few years, thanks to the neighbouring skiing resort of Mt. Voras (also known as Mt. Kaimaktsalan). It was built at an altitude of 1200 m.

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