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It is the natural border between the prefectures of Etoloakarnania and Evrytania. Panetoliko is the last part of southern Pindos with an altitude of 1922 meters. Its peak is located in Etoloakarnania and it is the highest mountain of the prefecture. The foothills are covered with cedars and up to the 1700 meters there are also pine trees. Its...
With an altitude of 984 meters above the lagoon of Messolonghi it is the natural border between the sea and the lake Trichonida. Evergreen with oak trees, bushes, walnuts and an impressive oak forest, it offers shelter to wild pigs, deer, squirrels, tortoises, eagles and snakes.
On the eastern side of the mountain you will find the monastery...
Varasova mountain is abruptly rising above the sea in a short distance to the banks of river Evinos. This limestone mountain offers a wide range of climbing routes and is especially known to the lovers of the sport. The mountain is also called Holy Mountain of Aetolia, since many ascetics used to live in its caves during the Byzantine years....
They are also called “Ksiromero” (Greek word for “dry place”), because of their limited vegetation. They stretch on the western bank of Acheloos up until the Ionian Sea. Its peaks are the Ipsili Korfi (1589 m.), Boumistos (1577 m.) and Perganti (1423 m.), where the famous therapeutic springs of Korpi are located. In its southern part it ends up...