Korinthia is a region which combines spectacular beaches and historical and archaeological sites.
Stymfalia is one of the most important wetlands in Greece and is part of the nature network Natura 2000. Akrokorinthos, the mountain top of Killini, Flambouritsa canyon, most of Oligirtos mountain, part of Helmos mountain and Gerania moutains are also part of the same network. Ancient Korinthos, Nemea, Sikion, Isthmia and Ireo are all archaeological sites of great interest. Loutraki is one of largest spa towns in Greece. Korinthos canal is a very important structure which connects the Saronikos with the Korinthian Gulf.
- Rodozahari (a sweet made from rose petals)
- Amigdalota (a sweet made from almonds)
- The town of Korinthos
- Archaeological sites of Korinthos, Isthmia, Nemea, Ireo, Sikiona
- Ziria, the village Trikala in mountainous Korinthia
- Stimfalia lake and its archaeological site
- Loutraki therapeutical thermal springs
- Loutra of Orea Eleni
- Aesthetic Forest Moungostou
The raisins are made of the famous Korinthian sultana grape. The sweets and amigdalota from Isthmo and Loutraki, rodozahari and honey from the agios Georgios Feneos monastery, Hiliomodi apricots, and dairy products from Ziria are also famous.
There are plenty of walnuts, chestnuts, almonds, quinces, figs and roses, which can be enjoyed in liqueurs or in spoon sweets, honey, pulses, herbs and spices and lotus fruit with Protection of Destination of Origin.
Local dishes include: lamb with artichokes, rooster with hilopites (type of homemade pasta), wild boar with petimezi, rabbit stifado, wild boar with quince, braised goat with spaghetti, trout, apricots with tsipouro, mastiha icecream and pumpkin pie with raisins.
The Korinthos region is very famous in Greece for its wine. Nemea has a rich history in winemaking and one can visit some of the oldest vineyards.
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