Repanidi

Repanidi
Repanidi

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It is the next village of the fertile plain. It comprises of so many acorns that during Turkish domination it exported them in tanneries of West.

There, in the chapel of the Transfiguration, the mining of Lemnia Gi had taken place, which was known for its therapeutic properties since the era of Theophrastus and Galanos, a renowned doctor of Antiquity.

  • Kaminia

    Kaminia

    Passing from the hillside of Kouraka, you meet the village Kaminia. It is said that here there were once furnaces, where people fired earthen pots.
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  • Saint Sofia

    Saint Sofia

    As you enter to the village, you meet a grocery –former café, which now functions only as a raki distillery. There, dwellers of neighboring villages go in turn and distil their raki. If you find someone there, he may offer you a tot of raki.
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  • Κοντοπούλι

    Kontopouli

    It lies nearby Alyki and Chortarolimni and constitutes a large village with stone houses, yards, dry melon fields, exceptional church and great atmosphere
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  • Keros

    Keros, Chortarolimni,Alyki

    Keros constitutes an extraordinary beach, of about 5km, with sand dunes, between the two lakes of the island and right in the middle of the fertile plain.
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  • Roussopouli

    Roussopouli

    It is situated southeasterly of Moudros and is built amphitheatrically on a hillside. Going there you meet rocks of amazing colors, but also Chortarolimni, a vast wetland of 3,500,000m2 approximately.
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  • Παρθενόμυτος

    Parthenomytos – Skidi – Skandali

    Parthenomytos is stone built with many folds and constitutes an exceptionally impressive village in the middle of nowhere.
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  • Panagia – Plaka

    People who suffer from arthropathies take mud-baths –that have salutary effects- into the slate-colored mud of this area. One of the most beautiful headland lights of Greece raises at the eastern edge of the cape of Plaka, while the port with its fishing boats transfers you to other times.
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  • Fysini

    Fysini – Small port of Aya – Saint Marnos

    Fysini is a small, almost deserted, village full of mulberries. It took its name from the strong winds of the area. Leaving it behind, you go towards the small port of Aya.
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