Walk in the Castle of Vonitsa and fresh gampara in its taverns.
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The findings from this area date back to the early Helladic period, 2600-2000 B.C when in this region the Great Goddess (symbol for fertility) was worshipped. When during the 19th century, tribes from Thesprotia came, her worship was substituted with that of Zeus and Drys.
Dodoni became an oracle of vital importance and those that came to ask...
An old town inside the castle, where the well-preserved houses remind us of the Ottoman Occupation that does not date many years back, and a modern town around the lake with shopping centers, cafes and restaurants and a quite busy lifestyle.
Ioannina, capital and largest city of the prefecture, was established in the 6th century A.C by...
Villages built near the springs of Acheloos or Aspropotamos, as it is also called. During winter they are deserted, but during summer they offer some privileges of older decades to their visitors. You can enjoy a stroll among the picturesque paved alleys, which lead to stone fountains, traditional houses and the unique squares with sycamore...
Elati & Pertouli, because they are simply wonderful all year round.
Key attraction of the region that is more than worthy, Meteora! Visit them at sunrise ... sunset ... all day long are magical.
Cross the 'always raining' gorge without umbrella and cool off in the water curtains that are formed in it.
You will surely explore the virgin paths that are frequently mentioned in folk tradition.
Karpenisi is the capital of the prefecture and as it is built in the hillsides of Tymfristos it is full of pine, oak and chestnut trees. It played an important role in the Greek Revolution of 1821 and Eugenios Giannoulis Etolos established there the first school.
Karpenisi is a famous destination for thousands of visitors that come here during...
Walk in the paved market on Lefkada and around it to meet the daily lives of residents.
They are two neighboring lakes, 4 kilometers away from each other and about 5 kilometers away from Amfilochia. Their waters come from Acheloos and are used to water the plains around them.
Amvrakia, also known as Limnaia during the ancient years, is a long lake with a 14-square kilometer large surface, while Ozeros is four square kilometers...
What unexpected scenery and what a pleasant surprise for the summer days!