Athens, the national capital, is situated about 95 miles (153 kilometers) east of Dorida.
Visitors can use Dorida as a base for further explorations. This much-loved region is home to an abundance of fascinating cities, attractions and landscapes. Head 16 miles (26 kilometers) west from Dorida to Delphi, where you can check out the Ancient Delphi and Delphi Archaeological Museum.
Once you've fully explored Dorida, visit the nearest regional city. Aigialeia sits 30 miles (48 kilometers) away and features attractions including Nikolaiika Beach, Vouraikos Gorge and Panagia Tripiti Church. Diakofto Train Monument and Tsivlou Lake are also well-worth a visit before returning to Dorida.
For a real insight into the spiritual life of Dorida, why not head to the area's many churches. Tourists to Central Greece often spend time exploring the region's open-air exhibits, open-air markets and open-air museums.
The Central Greece area offers a number of laid-back pursuits. Spend a few hours beach combing or cycling and let your stress melt away. Head outside and get amongst it in the area around Dorida. Have a go at hiking or give mountain climbing a go.
When it is time to put away your camera and say "Yiá sou" to Dorida, you'll have heaps of photos, mementos and memories to last a lifetime.