Synonyms for koilada or Related words with koilada

pialeia              dafnoula              matsouki              kainourgio              kalyvakia              polydendri              kleidonia              oreino              lefkonas              karitsa              konistres              kalarites              chrysavgi              kranea              lyrkeia              myrofyllo              distrato              dotsiko              artemida              makrychori              kapandriti              vlacherna              amaxades              dilofo              myrtountion              kryoneri              kryopigi              eleftherochori              kefalari              fokaia              fillyra              chrysochori              foiniki              lefkasio              elaionas              chaliki              drosato              vathypedo              exochi              elaiochori              mesorrachi              parapotamos              palaiochori              charavgi              kechros              limnochori              kyparissi              perivoli              kostakioi              leptokarya             

Examples of "koilada"
The community of Koilada consists of three separate settlements:
Koilada () is a village and a community of the Kozani municipality. Before the 2011 local government reform it was part of the municipality of Ellispontos, of which it was a municipal district. The 2011 census recorded 296 inhabitants in the village and 662 inhabitants in the community of Koilada. The community of Koilada covers an area of 21.416 km.
Franchthi cave or Frankhthi cave () is a cave overlooking the Argolic Gulf opposite the village of Koilada in southeastern Argolis, Greece.
From 1 January 2011, in accordance with the Kallikratis plan (new administrative division of Greece), the new municipality of Larissa includes also the former municipalities of Giannouli and Koilada.
Mases (), is an Ancient Greek city in Argolis, located near the village of Koilada, NE of Kranidi. Mases was part of Diomedes's kingdom and is mentioned by Homer in the Catalogue of Ships.
Giorgos Toussas () (born 8 September 1954) is a Greek politician and Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the Communist Party of Greece; part of the European United Left–Nordic Green Left. He was born in Koilada.
Eleftheres (Greek: Ελευθερές) is a Greek village in Larissa. It is located at a distance of 11 km from the city of Larissa, bordering villages Koilada, Terpsithea and Mesorachi. It is built at an altitude of 95 meters
Ellispontos () is a former municipality in Kozani regional unit, West Macedonia, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Kozani, of which it is a municipal unit. The 2011 census recorded 5,834 residents in the municipal unit. The seat of the municipality was in Koilada. The municipal unit of Ellispontos covers an area of 337.992 km.
The municipal unit boundaries extend as far south as the Fyllio Mountains where its highest point is 533 m, as far north as Koilada and Larissa and as far east as Nikaia. In the west it borders the Karditsa regional unit.
The area around Kranidi consists of low hills, covered with olive groves and small forests. The town itself is about 4 km from the coast. Several villages of the municipal unit Kranidi are on the Aegean Sea coast, including Koilada, Portocheli and the small beach settlement Doroufi.
Koilada () is a village and a former municipality in the Larissa regional unit, Thessaly, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Larissa, of which it is a municipal unit. Population 3,169 (2011). The municipal unit has an area of 162.299 km.
The place of Kranidi has been inhabited for thousands of years. Very close to town is located the Phrancthi Cave that was the dwelling of prehistoric man. During the Homeric era, in this place there were two cities, Hermion (in place of modern Ermioni) and Masis (in place of the modern village of Koilada). In the classical era, a few kilometers south, the city of Halieis was built, in place of modern Porto Heli. Kranidi is first mentioned in the 16th century after the Turkish name Kato Nahagie, which means low province. Kranidi was one of the centers of the Greek uprising of 1777. After the failure of the rebellion, however, many locals abandoned the area in order to avoid persecution by the Muslim Ottomans. Many of them sought refuge away from the Peloponnese, in Europe and Russia. Many also migrated to Cyprus. The modern name derives either from ancient the Greek name Kranaos or from the name of the nearby islet of Koronida. This name was corrupted to Kranida and after Kranidi. The residents of Kranidi took part in the Greek War of Independence. One local guerilla was the priest Arsenios Krestas. In 1823, before breaking the first Greek Civil War, Kranidi became the seat of the legislature part of Greek government. After the independence Kranidi was appointed the seat of Ermionida province. Nowadays Kranidi is a flourishing small town with a rich nautical tradition and developed touristic services.