Galaxidi is a small harbor built on a bay of the Gulf of Corinth, a little less than 35 kilometers south-west of the archaeological site of Delphi. The elaborated architecture and the relaxed atmosphere make it an excellent choice as a stopover, perhaps also taking advantage of the taverns along the pier.
One of the most famous sites of antiquity, which continues to be a magnet for tens of thousands of visitors every year. The amphitheatrical position and the history accompanying it, make it one of the archaeological sites that can not and should not be missed.
A small, so to speak, jewel of Byzantine architecture and decorative art, considered World Heritage by Unesco, located just a few kilometers from the archaeological site of Delphi, Hosios Loukas is often forgotten by the guidebooks although it is definitely worth a visit.