The Love Boat


It is a small riverboat that crosses the valley of Tempi.

It is the first and unique riverboat of Greece and began its travels on 19 June 1988. It took its name from the love of the Olympian god Apollo for the nymph Daphne.

It begins its course from a dock near the little church of Saint Paraskevi then reaches up to the bridge of the National Road and returns. The riverboat crosses almost 4,2 km, offering his passengers a unique experience through summer.

The Love Boat
(Photo: Archive of V. Tsolakis)
Tour in the valley of Tempi with the Love Boat
(Photo: Archive of V. Tsolakis)

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