Roumeli is an colloquial name given to the upper/central region of Greece and used by the mid 20th c. writer/traveler Patrick Leigh Fermor in his wonderful book, Roumeli: Travels in Northern Greece (original publication 1966). I use it here because callng this region Macedonia or Thessaly limits the geographic range of the places we visited from Thessaloniki to Thessaly in the South. I recommend Fermor's book because he writes from Greece at a time when few travelers ventured beyond the antiquity sites of Greece.
You can navigate our travels from Thessaloniki to Kefalonia using the top bottons of this site or you can do it from this page by following the links at the right in order from top to bottom.
The Church of Agios Demetrios
Moving toward Elassona
The Monastery of Panageia (Theotokos) Olympiotissa
Kalampaka the Town
Kalampaka: Church of the Dormition of the Theotokos
Monastery of Agios Stephanos (Old Katholikon)
Monastery of Agios Stephanos (New Katholikon)
Monastery of Roussanou