The national capital Athens is situated 95 miles (153 kilometers) east of Spilia.
See for yourself why Central Greece is so loved by by tourists, by hitting the road and exploring the wonderful scenic and cultural attractions in the vicinity of Spilia. Amfissa and Akrata are two other places worth seeing while you're in Central Greece.
Aigialeia, is another interesting place to explore. It is approximately 20 miles (32 kilometers) from Spilia and offers a number of interesting visitor attractions, such as Diakofto Train Monument, Vouraikos Gorge and Tsivlou Lake. Panagia Tripiti Church and Nikolaiika Beach are just a handful of the other visitor attractions that await.
Go to Central Greece's historic traditional villages, it's a great way to learn about the area's fascinating history. Go to Central Greece's history museums, art museums and theaters. These are great destinations to hang out, especially on overcast or inclement days.
This spot has a number of excellent places for sea kayaking, so ensure you leave time to fit that in. Boating is another watersport here. Signing up for one of the guided nature walks, winery tours and cycling tours is an interesting way to understand about Central Greece.
At the end of your adventure in this special place, say goodbye the way they do in Greek, with a hearty "Yiá sou."