Visit Diakofto, set in a region that is renowned for its beautiful landscapes.

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Diakofto Vacation Packages

Athens, the nation's capital, is 85 miles to the east of Diakofto.

Travelers staying here often head 3 miles south to Aigialeia so that they can enjoy Vouraikos Gorge and the Diakofto Train Monument.

You need to head 35 miles west from Diakofto to find West Achaea. There's lots to see and do there, including Alykes Beach, the Eleutheria Statue and Kato Achaia Square. Dymaean Wall and Kalogria Chapel are also great choices if you're after more things to do.

If you're not the kind of traveler to go on vacation simply to shuffle between the buffet and the bar, this region offers some outdoor adventures, such as mountain biking and rock climbing.

If you spend much of your time working, the perfect vacation often means finding great spots to relax. When it's time to unwind, do as the locals do and enjoy cycling or picnicking.

The area around Diakofto offers some fun outdoor options for active tourists with a love of water activities. Swimming and rafting are two of the fun choices here.

When it gets cold, go to the greater Greek Mainland region. Bundle up and try some of the winter sports here. You may want to try snowboarding or skiing.

Treat your tastebuds in the region's many dining venues. Make sure you rub shoulders with the locals and try out some traditional dishes.

Be sure to ask the locals about the ingredients typical of this area, like chicken and pork.

Eat like the locals by taste-testing moussaka (minced meat and aubergine casserole) and dolmades (vine leaves stuffed with rice).

For the final course, you can't go past the dreamy loukoumades (deep fried pastry with honey).

Neda is a much-loved beer here. Find the nearest bar, kick back and see what you think.

Frappé (iced coffee), a popular alcohol-free drink, can accompany all three meals of the day.

Relax and unwind with a bottle of Savatiano Retsina from the local vineyards. No need to stop at one when you can also try Nemea Agiorgitiko.

On the final day of your vacation, you will be able to say "Yiá sou" to Diakofto, and be confident that all the euros you spent in this unique destination were worth it.

If you're looking for the closest airport to Diakofto, it's 80 miles to the southwest.

Accommodation in Diakofto

The Expedia Diakofto hotels page currently features a small range of available lodgings, so it's recommended browse it now to find a place that matches your taste and budget.

The Chris Paul Hotel and Hotel Panorama are the main accommodation options in and around Diakofto.

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