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Because of its mild and temperate climate, Achaia attracts many visitors all year through. Snow hardly ever forgets Achaia during winter. It turns all the mountain chains white inviting us to enjoy it. Usually, there are no extreme weather conditions, neither during winter nor in summer. Besides, there are so many areas with such a fresh climate that cancel all the burning sunshine out.

 

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The succession of seasons has not been destroyed. We admire spring, we enjoy summer, autumn and winter. No hard cold, no unbearable heat, no exhausts, whatsoever. Such thing is unknown to our region, even to the big cities. Besides the sea aura and the breeze descending from mountains, keep the air fresh and the atmosphere clean during summer months.

 

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