Galaxidi lies on the Gulf of Corinth, across the bay from Itea, itself only a few miles below Delphi. The island atmosphere used to be heightened by the fact that, before the main road was built, Galaxidi was most easily reached by ferry from Itea. It has two harbours and a virtually unspoiled core of grand bourgeois houses (arhontika), some of which rest on sturdy lengths of ancient wall. There is an ethnographical and naval museum, Church of Agios Nikolaos with a fine wood carved iconostasis and the 13th century Moni Metamorfosis about 4 miles inland.
Cross the water to Itea and from there a short coach journey to Delphi, perhaps the most magical classical site in Greece.
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