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Lekani is a village at the Kavala Prefecture, 45 km away from the city of Kavala. It is named after the mountains that surround it. The mountains of Lekani are situated in the north side of Kavala and reach the southeast side of Drama Prefecture. The highest peak is called Tsal Ntag (1,298 meters high). You can follow a route of approximately three hours in the north side of the mountains in order to discover the history and culture of this place. You will see small buildings and houses on the slopes. Moreover, you will find stone bridges, cross gullies and enjoy the green landscape. The resource that supplied Kavala with water during the Ottoman occupation, the so-called “Mana tou Nerou” (mother of water) is also located in this route which ends up at the aqueduct Kamares. Each year, the “Potato festival” is organized in the area of Lekani. Visitors can taste a variety of dishes based on potato. It is worth visiting the village and hike on the mountains of Lekani, as you will get in touch with the history of an old, different town which nonetheless stays alive thanks to the nature and its visitors.