One of the most mountainous districts of the country, Central Greece lies in the heart of the mainland. Its geographical position accounts for the great variety in the region’s climate, which is dry and mountainous inland and mild on the coast. The contours of its landscape, too, are very diverse: thickly wooded green slopes, hills with pines, oaks, poplars and fast-moving streams separated by flat lands, plateaus and lakes, alternating harmoniously with the countless bays, intricate network of coves – some peaceful, some sheer and rugged – and picturesque islands that decorate the southwest coast. Inhabited since the distant past, Central Greece is a place with a rich and distinctive history.
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