Introductions to Lamia

Capital of Fthiotida, Lamia stretches between the foot of Mount Orthys and Maliakos Bay. Featuring a population of 52,000 residents, it is not a major tourist destination; more like a laid-back Greek town, it is known for its delicious “kokoretsi” (impale delicacy made from lamp intestines), strong “tsipouro” (distilled local spirit) and many plane trees.

In the mid-distance between Meteora and the archaeological site of Delphi, the town can be used as a gateway for numerous fascinating excursions, including a visit to the Pass of Thermopylae.

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