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The main port town of Aegina is picturesque and pleasant, while across the island to the east, set atop a pine-crested hill, stands the remarkably preserved temple of Aphaia, a Doric gem. Poros, next in line proceeding south, is convenient both to Athens and to the Peloponnese. Its beaches and lively port are a real draw, and there’s an ancient temple thrown in, scenically situated on a shady hill, but now mostly picturesque rubble. Still further to the south lies car-less Hydra, remarkable for its natural beauty and the handsome stone mansions of sea captains.
TLFeBOOK 25 THE REGIONS IN BRIEF Greece on the Web Anyone with access to the World Wide Web can obtain a fair amount of information about Greece. Remember that these sources cannot necessarily be counted on for the most up-to-date, definitive, or complete information. We advise that you use all such computer searches as supplements only, and then check out specific “facts” if you are going to base your travel plans on the information. edu Central Greece’s best known site is the sanctuary of Delphi, whose imposing ruins and spectacular mountainside location dazzle visitors.
But in all locales where tourists are apt to be, they will find at least formal politeness. To conclude: the potential threat from terrorists in Greece is no greater than in any place in the world today. believed to speak through the rustling leaves of a sacred oak tree, though not the one currently planted there. THE IONIAN ISLANDS Across centuries, these islands have been the apple of more than one empire’s eye. Lush, temperate, blessed with ample rain and sun, and tended like an architectural garden, they are quite splendid.