Fokida, also written as Phocis, is one of the administrative divisions of Greece. Its south part faces the Corinthian gulf and includes part of the Parnassus Mountain. Fokida is most famous for the archeological site of Delphi, located on the slope of Mount Parnassus and overlooking the sea and the coastal town of Itea. The port of Galaxidi, which is 30 km away from Delphi, attracts visitors with its calm atmosphere.
highlights: home of the archeological site of Delphi, region in Central Greece, Greece