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Livadeia

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Livadeia is built at the feet of mount Elikon and Erkynas river flows through it. Homer refers to Livadeia with its former name, Mideia. According to Pausanias, Livadeia was named after the Athenian hero, Levados, who persuaded the locals to build the town at its current location.

Livadeia participated in the War of Troy and became famous due to the Oracle of Trofonios Zeus. The town suffered many barbarian raids and in 1460 was occupied by the Turks, who made it capital of Roumeli (“vilaeti”).

It was the birthplace of Lambros Katsonis (glorious sea fighter during the pre-revolution period and spiritual father of Odysseas Androutsos) and one of the first towns to revolt (under Athanasios Diakos’ leadership) against the Turks.

Livadeia was incorporated in the Greek state in February of 1829. Livadeia is surrounded by several interesting archaeological places, such as Heronia, Orhomenos, Thiva and Ancient Delphi.


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Sun Odyssey 409 Economy

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  • Berths 8
  • Built 2011
  • Length 40.00 ft

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The Karahalios, is about thirty five minutes from the Kyriaki village. There are seven beaches and a harbor where the fishermen leave their boats.

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Narrow beach with small pebbles under the rural road. Completely isolated, make sure for all the necessities.

Salina 48 Economy

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Catamaran for Charter

  • Berths 12
  • Built 2008
  • Length 48.00 ft

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Panagia Kalamiotissa Beach

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Coastal village of Boeotia, Kyriaki, with clear waters and beautiful beaches with small pebbles ,is one of the busiest beaches but you will be able to relax in a quiet setting. The area offers a number of small bays to accommodate you and your company.

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