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Approximately 55 miles to the east of Velo-Vocha is where you will find the major city of Athens.
Nothing beats waves on the horizon and that salty sea air. Head to Mandraki Beach, 55 miles to the southeast. If you are not in a rush, keep going to Love Bay, 45 miles to the southeast.
Adventurous types will relish in the beautiful environmental areas of this region. Fonissas Gorge is 15 miles from Velo-Vocha, while Lake Stymphalia is only 16 miles away.
From tackling the peaks to frolicking in the snow, ski resorts are great places to bring the whole family. Velo-Vocha is close to two, Mainalon Ski Resort and Kalavrita Ski Resort, only 30 miles and 30 miles from the center of the city.
If you travel 3 miles to the east of Velo-Vocha you'll find Zevgolateíon. Some time here gives you the chance to experience Ancient Corinth and Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth. Penteskoufi Castle and Castle of Penteskoufi are some additional places. These are 4 miles out of Velo-Vocha, in Vrahati.
Think about paying a visit to Kato Assos, a regional center some 5 miles to the northeast of Velo-Vocha. This area is home to a wide range of visitor attractions, including Historical and Folklore Museum of Corinth, Heraion of Perachora and Folk Museum. Temple of Apollo and Acrocorinth are some more popular places if you've got time to burn.
Don't miss the chance to let your taste buds loose on this region's cafés and restaurants.
Chicken and pork are a couple of local ingredients that you're sure to come across.
Some staple dishes worth sampling are pan fried crab and moussaka (minced meat and aubergine casserole).
Are you a bit of a sweet tooth? Enjoy some loukoumades (deep fried pastry with honey)
Many bars will have Neda available. Order a round or three with your buddies and you'll soon discover why this beer is a local favorite.
If you don't want to drink alcohol, why not have some frappé (iced coffee)?
It's always a good idea to have a regional wine at your side when you sit down for a meal at one of the local eateries. Savatiano Retsina and Lagorthi are two popular varieties around here.
After you have spent the last of your euros and it's time to depart, say a final "Yiá sou" to Velo-Vocha.
To catch your flight home, head to the nearest airport, which is 65 miles to the east.
When it comes to arranging a hotel room in Velo-Vocha itself, you'll find that the range is not extensive.