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A zestful and wild river, that runs across the area of Gortinia, and ends in the homonymic artificial lake. The factory of hydro-power generation is a very interesting stop. Its banks, connected now and then with stone bridges, are fitting for hiking, but in some places you need to be cautious. Near Kaliani, there is a unit of fish breeding,...
Its waters spring up from the foot of Chelmos and unite with river Ladon. High planes and rich vegetation fortify its clean waters. Watermills and wind turbines make the best of its power. Special interest lies in its springs because of the trout fishery at the area Planitero.
Flowing side by side with the cog railway that connects Diakofto and Kalavrita, well hidden and protected in the gorge Vouraikos. Its waters flow through ravines and caves creating small streams while its banks are covered by lush vegetation. Nature once again has created an amazing spectacle.
Can be considered a natural 'mythological' monument since it is a river that connects the waters of the Styx, which is strongly connected to greek mythology and supplies the river with water. Originating from Helmos, cools the pretty village of Zarouchla and finally flows into the gulf of Corinth near Akrata. You may walk along the river to...