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Agios Thomas is a village of Central Greece.

Understand[edit]

Agios Thomas, formerly Liatani, is a village in Viotia, Central Greece. In the 2011 census, Tanagra municipality had a population of 1,292 people.

Get in[edit]

By car[edit]

  • From National Road E65 Athens - Thessaloniki. From Athens through tolls of Avlona; from Thessaloniki - Lamia, exit to Schimatari via Oinoi.
  • From old National road Athens - Thebes
  • via Dervenochoria: Elefsis - Dervenochoria (Stefani - Skourta) - Kleidi - Agios Thomas

Get around[edit]

Map of Agios Thomas Tanagras

Village is ideal for walking. Vehicles are necessary for travelling further afield.

See[edit]

  • Necropolis of ancient Tanagra (Grimada)
  • Chapel of Agios Thomas at Asopus river (12th century)
  • Caves Park and Liataniotisa chapel
  • Chapel of Prophet Helias and the Big Well
  • Saint George's chapel
  • Archaeological Museum of Schimatari
  • Library of Arcbishop Hyeronymous at Oenopheta
  • Monastery of the beloved mother at Kleidi

Do[edit]

  • Drink, Snacks and coffee at village's cafe
  • Bicycling till Saint George chapel
  • Bicycling till Necropolis of ancient Tanagra

Buy[edit]

  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Local bread
  • Handmade traditional sweets

Eat[edit]

  • Georgakis Tavern.
  • Psalidas. Souvlakia
  • Goustaris, Κλειδί. meats

Drink[edit]

central road

  • Gardenia.
  • Ginis.
  • Psalidas.

Sleep[edit]

There is no availability for daily accommodation. The nearest places are Chalkida and Thiva.

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