Loutra Ypatis

Loutra Ypatis is a village in Phthiotis Region, Central Greece.

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Loutra Ypatis is a small, but very pleasant spa town, popular among Greeks. Just north of the village, acid-carbonic water at 37 °C gushes over a waterfall and down into a cascade of natural pools. The village is built on the northern slopes of Iti Mountain,

There are hourly buses that connect the town with the nearby city of Lamia.

The 38.890422.37311 Lianokladi railway station is roughly 11 km away.

Map of Loutra Ypatis

Byzantine Museum at Ypati village
The modern viaduct over the Gorgopotamos river
  • 38.830922.38941 Gorgopotamos Railway Bridge. (updated Mar 2016)
  • 38.871922.23711 Byzantine Museum, Ypati village. The museum is housed in the “Kapodistrian barracks”, erected in 1836 to meet the needs of the Greek Army. Some museum exhibits date back to the early Christian and Byzantine period (4th-14th century). Of particular note are the items from a Byzantine marble church, found in ruins in Agnantis village, Lokrida. (updated Mar 2016)
  • 38.867122.20431 Monastery of Agathon. (updated Mar 2016)

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