The northern half of continental Greece: Epirus and Thessaly in the south, Macedonia and Thrace in the north.
Epirus region is mountainous, remained relatively isolated throw its history, and it enabled it to resist more or less to the invaders and to keep its habits.
Cities ans sights in Epirus :
Vikos gorge, Vikos-Aoos National Park
The Thessaly region is composed by a large and fertile plain around the Pinios river and surrounded by mountains: Olympe, chain of Pinde, Pelion.
Cities and sights in Thessaly :
Meteors, Trikala et Lamia
The Macedonia is extended in length over the main part of the northern Greece. The area has a large fertile plain, source of its power which developed under Alexandre the Great around the city of Phillips.
The west is mountainous. In the south, is the Chalcedony and its three headlands, one is the Athos Mount, religious enclave prohibited to the women where thousands monks live. The large port of Thessaloníki is also the second most populated city of Greece.
Cities and sights in Macedonia
Interactive map of north Greece