Epirus + Thessaly

Epirus + Thessaly Travel Guide

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By Travel + Leisure Staff
By Eleni N. Gage
My earliest childhood memory is of seeing a dragonfly, what looked to me like a cobalt-colored fairy, hovering by the stream that gushes out of the mountainside in Lia, the village where my father was born in Epirus, Greece. I grew up visiting thi...
By Eleni N. Gage
My earliest childhood memory is of seeing a dragonfly, what looked to me like a cobalt-colored fairy, hovering by the stream that gushes out of the mountainside in Lia, the village where my father was born in Epirus, Greece. I grew up visiting thi...
By Eleni N. Gage
My earliest childhood memory is of seeing a dragonfly, what looked to me like a cobalt-colored fairy, hovering by the stream that gushes out of the mountainside in Lia, the village where my father was born in Epirus, Greece. I grew up visiting thi...
By Eleni N. Gage
My earliest childhood memory is of seeing a dragonfly, what looked to me like a cobalt-colored fairy, hovering by the stream that gushes out of the mountainside in Lia, the village where my father was born in Epirus, Greece. I grew up visiting thi...
By Susan Welsh
Trip 1 Instead of Brittany, France Go to Rügen, Germany Why This island in the Baltic Sea was a getaway for the East German elite during the Cold War. With its 400-foot-high chalk cliffs and white-sand beaches, Rügen now attracts a stylis...

Hotels in Epirus + Thessaly

Five minutes by car from the harbor, the Atrium Hotel has 29 rooms recently updated with mosaic tiling and cheery curtains, chairs, and bedspreads.

Restaurants in Epirus + Thessaly

Order chef-owner Tassia Dendrinou’s lobster spaghetti.