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Loutraki Vacation Packages
Loutraki Vacation Packages
Loutraki is about 230 miles northwest of Athens, the nation's capital.
Swap shopping centers for salty air and surf at Olympic Beach, 60 miles southeast of Loutraki. Few things can beat being outdoors, so why not spend the afternoon there?
The area which surrounds this destination features worthwhile examples of natural beauty. 13 miles away from Loutraki you will find Waterfall of Edessa, while Goumenisa Waterfall is located 25 miles away.
If you are visiting in winter, enjoy a toboggan ride with the children and work on your ski manoeuvres at the local mountain resorts. Elatohori Ski Center and Kaimaktsalan Ski Center - Voras are good spots to visit.
Think you've done all you can in Loutraki? There's always Pozar Hot Springs.
Edessa is roughly 13 miles south of Loutraki. You know what that means, right? You and your group can go and explore the Folkloric Museum and the Water Museum.
Organize transportation and visit Imathia, a regional center some 30 miles to the southeast of Loutraki. The area has a wide range of points of interest, such as Church of the Resurrection of Christ, Byzantine Museum of Veroia and Saint Andrew Cathedral. Elia Park and Barbouta are some more popular places if you have extra time.
Take your tastebuds on a tour through the food and drink scene of the region.
Dine your way through the region and you'll find some of the most recognizable dishes. Chicken and pork are common components in specialty food.
Don't leave without trying out moussaka (minced meat and aubergine casserole) and dolmades (vine leaves stuffed with rice).
Ask for loukoumades (deep fried pastry with honey) at the conclusion of your main courses. This is a common choice for residents and travelers.
Spend an evening with friends and a glass or two of Neda, a favorite brew in this region.
Frappé (iced coffee) is a great non-alcoholic option that you can readily enjoy with any meal.
Whether you are a casual traveler or a wine connoisseur, chances are you will be happy to know that this region showcases various local wines, including Savatiano Retsina and Nemea Agiorgitiko.
Sure, it might be a little difficult to bid "Yiá sou" to Loutraki, but the silver lining to a trip finishing is that you have been able to take time for yourself, clear your mind and create great new memories.
When it's time to hit the tarmac, the Filippos Airport is 45 miles south of Loutraki.
Accommodation in Loutraki
As there aren't any Loutraki accommodations listed with Expedia, you may find it convenient to stay in Almopia, just 6 miles away. The nicest options in Almopia are the Roes Suites and Gaia Kaimaktsalan.