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Zacharo Greece


Greece Travel Guide|Places to visit

The sugar is in the prefecture of Ilia, in western Greece. The population af must not exceed the 5000 thousand inhabitants.

We may go to Zacharo, by drive through Patras - Pyrgos - sugar, but is farther away and the road, the Corinth-Patras and Patras - Pyrgos is too risky without dachoristiko frieze, and many farm vehicles moving slowly or suddenly thrown to the National road. Alternatively, the route from Tripoli - Megalopolis - Change Messinia - Good Water - Zacharo is closer and more secure in the largest part (up to Tripoli). Then there are the corners, but generally not a problem unless you have the misfortune of falling behind big rigs convoy, which necessarily go up slowly and tails behind them. There is a bus through the Tower, and through the Good Water. Also, train through Patras - Pyrgos, which stops the train station Zaharo, and many villages around sugar.

There are several cafes in the main square of Zaharo, right at the traffic lights on the main road. Also there is a beach cafe Parathinalos that is after 11 clubs. Good enough to store the data of Zaharo the sea. For more options you can go to Katakolo (around 10 km from the tower) or Kyparissia (about 40 km on the road to Kalamata)

The long sandy beach of Zacharo, is among the largest in Europe and has been awarded by the EU Blue Flag for its beauty and clean sea. Sun beds and umbrellas are in front of the cafeteria Parathinalos, but beware that weekends most people gather at this point. Cigarettes and newspapers can be found in two booths right next to the cafeteria. In the south of Zacharo there and the beach in the village Giannitsochori, combining beach and pine forest (if not burned) by the sea. In this beach you will find seaside tavernas and a mini-market. The only drawback with the beaches in Zacharo lift is that very often wave.

Very close to Zacharo is Ancient Olympia (25km) and the Temple of Epicurean Apollo (45km). You can also visit the Temple of Artemis, north of the village Koumoutherka Atremidas. Ask the locals how to get there, though from the way that I have heard is quite hard.