A charming, verdant large village, hub of a region consisting of eighteen beautiful villages.
There are a number of myth references to Klitoria.
Its tourism is currently developing, It is 30km from Kalavryta.
Aigio is the capital of the province of Aegialeia. It is built amphitheatrically on the west coast of Corinthiakos bay, and it is a commercial and industrial centre.
The town is divided into the Upper and Lower Town. In the town, one will meet fine neoclassical buildings highlighting its majestic look.
From Psila Alonia, the centre square, one will enjoy the panoramic view of the blue waters of Corinthiakos bay and the opposite coastline of mainland Greece. It is 41km from Patras and has a population of approximately 20,000 inhabitants.
This Beautiful mountain village lies at a heigh of 920m, on the slopes of Tartatis. Sopoto with its stone houses and mansions on the slope, overlooking the verdant valley, with its fine orchards and flowerbeds on its balconies, and a large number of springs, impresses its visitors. It is 32km from Kalavryta.
It is the capital of prefecture of Achaia and the largest port of Peloponnese. Patra is third most popular city in Greece, after Athens and Thessaloniki. It is also one of the most significant commercial and transit centres of Greece gathering thousands of visitors who come by for business or tourist purposes every year.
A seaside, verdant village, ideal for calm and peaceful holidays. It has a clear pebble beach. It is 32km from Patras.
Kalavryta is one of the most popular destinations in the Peloponnese.
Kalavryta is a town with large number of springs. It has a picturesque square, and stone-paved streets. The town is located right of the river Vouraikos. The Cog Railway will take you through a wonderful trip, enjoying the beautiful scenery and the unique attractions of the area, the Mega Spilaion, the Church of Agia Lavra and the Vouraikos Gorge. Also, in the Mount Chelmos at 2.340m altitude. operates the Kalavryta ski resort, which is the second largest in Greece and attracts many visitors every year.
It is one of the most beautiful seaside towns of Achaia with lovely beaches and modern infrastructure offering all comforts to visitors.
It is a beautiful village with stone houses and fine courtyards, which was once the seat of a Frankish barony. The Chalandritsa churches on the bell towers of which Frankish influence is apparent, are striking. The 1928 excavations in the region, and, particularly, in western Achaia, brought to light Mycenaean-era tombs. Chalandritsa is 22km from Patras.