Consisting of the Aetoloakarnania, Eurytania, Phocis, Phthiotida, Boeotia, Evia Island, and Attica regions, it is the second largest region in Greece after Macedonia in Northern Greece. Quite often, it is also referred to as “Roumeli”. With a vast history from ancient times (e.g., the Thebean “Sacred Legeon” or Achilles “Myrmidones” family) until now, a protagonist of the 1821 A.C. Greek Revolution, it is a combination of large fields (e.g., the plain of Lamia or Boetia) and mountainous areas (e.g., mountains Tymphrestus, Parnassus, Hoete, Vardousia, etc.) that create a unique variety of different micro-climates. Its’ fertile soil offers high quality raw materials to produce almost all the Greek finest products, many of them of Protected Designation of Origin and Protected Geographical Indication. Dairy products, meat (fresh/cured), grapes and wine, honey, olives and olive oil, vegetables (fresh or processed), bakeries, traditional local pasta are the most known are some of the huge production varieties localized in this magnificent region.