A monastery perched on a hill on the plateau over Ano Zourva. To be able to visit the monastery requires some effort, but the view and the beauty of the landscape are worth it. You can either follow the path used by the Abbey, riding on donkeys, or else be transported by a water taxi or a small boat to the bay located below the monastery. After a moderately difficult climb upon the stone steps, you will be treated by the kalogries (nuns) to traditional refreshments.
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