Synonyms for petrochori or Related words with petrochori

oreino              alepochori              kerasea              spartia              charavgi              stavrodromi              kryopigi              kalyvakia              kyparissi              polydendri              karitsa              palaiochori              distrato              kainourgio              plagia              drosato              mesorrachi              kefalochori              lefki              chaliki              perivoli              vryses              kranea              palaiokatouna              dilofo              elaiochori              exochi              tristeno              koryfi              gialos              lagkada              palaiopyrgos              vrysi              paliampela              eleftherio              petsali              zitsa              chrysovitsa              chrysopigi              ampelia              kerasia              kalamitsi              chrysavgi              eleftherochori              grimpovo              foteino              loutros              metochi              fourka              krini             



Examples of "petrochori"
Petrochori (Greek: Πετροχώρι) may refer to several places in Greece:
Petrochori (Greek: Πετροχώρι meaning rock village) is a village in Achaea, Greece. It is part of the municipality of West Achaea. It is located 6 km south of Kato Achaia, and 25 km southeast of Patras. The population of Petrochori in 2001 was 177 for the village and 721 for the community, which consists of the villages Petrochori, Karya, Lampraiika, Logothetis, Veskoukaiika, Vythoulkas and Zampeteika. The nearest villages are Ano Achaia to the northeast and Elaiochori to the east.
Romanos () is a village and a community in the municipality Pylos-Nestoras, Messenia, Greece. It is north of Pylos. It is part of the Nestoras municipal unit. The community consists of the villages Romanos and Petrochori. Petrochori is famous because of the Voidokilia beach. Also, near the village there is Nestor's cave.
Evmoiro () is a community in the municipality of Xanthi, northern Greece. It consists of the settlements Evmoiro, Kallithea, Lamprino, Lefki, Nea Morsini, Palaia Morsini and Petrochori ().
Parking for the beach is reached by sand tracks either from the Gialova Lagoon parking area (also used by bird-watchers) or by following the Northside route from Petrochori. The beach is considered friendly for naturists and gay tourists.
Its municipal seat is the town of Thermo (pop. 1,959). Its largest other towns are Analipsis (pop. 734), Petrochori (444), Sitaralona (664), Myrtea (729), and Koniska (326). The nearby village of Mega Dendron was the birthplace of Cosmas of Aetolia.
Elaiochori (Greek: Ελαιοχώρι) is a village in the municipality of West Achaea, Greece. It is located about 7 km south of Kato Achaia and 23 km southwest of Patras. The nearest larger village is Petrochori, 3 km to the west. The population of Elaiochori was 238 in 2011. Elaiochori is the birthplace of the leader of the military government that ruled the country from 1967 to 1974, Georgios Papadopoulos.