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With an inaccessible peak at the altitude of 2224 meters, Mount Erymanthos stands ready for exploration as it exudes a unique, mysterious beauty that is associated with various myths. There it was that Heracles completed his third tour de force and killed Erymanthio boar and the goddess Artemis used to hunt wild boars and deers. The regions...
With an altitude of 1926m, the mountain dares you to walk and discover its unknown natural beauties or come face to face with the technological development, since on Panahaiko operate 40 wind turbines that await you in slight arrogance, constituting all together the biggest wind farm in Greece.
Chelmos (2355m), which means ‘Snowy Mountain’ in Slavic, stands proud with its biggest section extending to the Kalavrita area. Is the third highest mountain in the Peloponnese and its natural beauties, the rare species of plants, birds and animals make it stand out. Its rich biotopes are protected as a Natura 2000 site. The mount attracts...
The mountainous design of Achaea is completed by other smaller mountains such as Skiadovouni (1466m), Skollis (960m), known to all who love climbing and windsurfing, Kloko (1777m) and Afrodisio which is rich in flora and fauna.