Central Greece, also known as Roumeli, is a geographical region in the central part of mainland Greece. It borders north with Thessaly and Epirus and is bathed by the sea west, south and east.
The name Central Greece was used for the first time after the founding of the modern Greek state. High mountains rise on its lands, vast plains and beautiful forests, and many rivers flow. The economy of Central Greece is based on agriculture, livestock, industry and tourism. Main agricultural products are cereals, vegetables, oil and wine.
The tourist development mainly of eastern and central Central Greece is favored by the close distance from Athens and its geographical location on or near the Athens-Thessaloniki axis, which is the main transport artery of the country.
Central Greece, with its countless sights, historical wealth, remarkable ancient monuments, impressive churches and monasteries, great cultural heritage, unspoiled nature and the diversity of the landscape, is a blessed place that will captivate and give you unforgettable experiences.