At the foot of Parnassus, the evocative landscape that is formed between two rocks, the Fedriades, is the Pan-Hellenic sanctuary of Delphi, the most famous oracle of ancient Greece. According to ancient legend, the two eagles left from Zeus from the ends of the universe to find the center of the world, met at Delphi.


Galaxidi, is a historic seaside town of Phocis prefecture. Located on the northern coast of the Corinthian Gulf on the west side of the Gulf of Itea and has been characterized as a traditional settlement since 1978. One of the few cities in Greece that has kept unchanged its traditional style.


The monastery of St. Loukas is located on the western slopes of Mount Helicon. The monastery took its name from the monk and its founder Luke Steiriotn. This is one of the most important examples of Byzantine art and architecture in Greece, with frescoes dating from the 10th century AD and pictures painted by Michael Damaskino.