Central Greece Region (Greek: Περιφέρεια Στερεάς Ελλάδας, Periféreia Stereás Elládas, properly translated as "Continental Greece Region") is one of the thirteen administrative regions of Greece. The region occupies the eastern half of the traditional region of Central Greece, including the island of Euboea. It is the second largest geographical region of Greece.To the south it borders the regions of Attiki and the Peloponnese, to the west the region of West Greece and to the north the regions of Thessaly and Epirus. It includes five regional sections, Boetia, Euboea, Evrytania, Phthiotis and Focis.
The region is one of the most mountainous in Greece, having some of the highest elevations in the country. The climate varies according to altitude. On the coast is generally Mediterranean with hot summers and mild winters and inside, at a higher altitude, is Continental with snow in the winter.
The Region of Central Greece has significant production base.
Agriculture is well-developed in most areas and the main products of agricultural production are cereals, vegetables, olive oil, grapes and wine. Farming, poultry farming and beekeeping are developed as well. It is also significant the production of mineral ores and rocks, since the subsoil of central Greece is very rich in minerals resources. Sterea Ellada posseses a relatively developed tourism infrastructure and a growing services sector.