ATHENS – People who discover little-known places for vacations have mixed feelings: they want to tell the world how wonderful it is there – but they want to keep the world at bay too. Epirus is one of those places, the northwest corner or Greece, filled with gateways to wild nature, history, mythology, and gastronomy – and the color of the day, throughout the year, is not Hellenic Blue, but… green! Yes the sky is as deep and lovely a shade of blue as any other part of mainland Greece, but it is a marvelous thing to behold the slopes of pine-covered mountains and hills cascading down into the enchanting sea – whose blue also blends with…green.
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