Places of Cultural Interest

The pan-Hellenic sanctuary of the ancient world, and the home of the most famous and most important oracle of ancient Greece is just 1 hour and a half away from Patras.

The newly built monastery of  of St. Seraphim of Sarov and St. Augustine in Trikorfo, despite its short history it has left a mark in the wider region. It is well known for its 400 semantra (wooden gongs) and 62 church bells, as well as the musical monk group “Paparockades” (Rock-priests).

Places of Leisure

Characterized as a traditional settlement in 1978, Galaxidi has a stately beauty with large mansions and a big promenade, remnants of a glorious mercantile past.

A picturesque and verdurous island in the Corinthian gulf, just 40 km from Patras, accesible only by boats, with forbidden access to cars or motorcycles.

Places of Natural Interest

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