3 Stops in Messinia

Messinia is a gorgeous place in the Peloponnese. Verdant and filled with treasures that are waiting to be revealed to those who seek for them. Voidokoilia beach is located here, among the best beaches in Greece and the world. Pylos is a picturesque town, where the luxurious Costa Navarino hotel is found. But what if …

Enipeas Gorge on the Slopes of Mount Olympus

Located on the foothills of Mount Olympus, Enipeas Gorge is a wonderful landmark of the entire area and attracts travelers and nature enthusiasts from all over the world. Through a life-long process, water and air have carved the rocks and they have created a magnificent sight for sore eyes around the gorge. Also known as …

The Charming Pantavrechi Gorge

Could you ever imagine that a place where it always rains would be absolutely spectacular and filled with natural beauty? Well, the enchanting Pantavrechi Gorge is just that, as its name suggests. In fact, pantavrechi literally translates to “…Where It Always Rains” and there is scientific proof that backs it up. So if you are …

Asopos Gorge in Lamia

Asopos Gorge has been known ever since antiquity and is the natural barrier between Mountains Oiti (Oeta) and Kallidromon. It is located in Lamia, Fthiotis, forming an excellent place for nature enthusiasts. The gorge shapes a wetland of unique ecological value, with towering cliffs on either side and with lush greenery adding to the idyllic …

Lousios Gorge in Peloponnese

Located in Western Arcadia and more specifically between the regions of Stemnitsa and Zatouna and very close to Dimitsana settlement, Lousios Gorge has been characterized as “Mount Athos of Peloponnese”. The reason is quite straightforward, since you will find plenty of monasteries in an equally thrilling, mystical environment. The monastery of Saint John Prodromos dates back …

Vouraikos Gorge in Achaia

Located in Achaia region of Northern Peloponnese, Vouraikos Gorge is part of Chelmos-Vouraikos National Park and offers a wonderful experience to those lucky ones who choose hiking in nature’s magnitude. According to Greek mythology, Hercules shaped the gorge so that his loved Vourak could find a way to reach him. Although a scientific explanation is far …

Mushroom Museum & Natural History Museum of Meteora

The imposing Meteora fascinates travelers from all over the world. The huge cliffs fill you with awe and the unearthly mystical identity reveals secrets that have been kept secret for centuries. This is a place where the monks used to stay, benefiting from the natural protection offered by the steep rocks and lack of accessibility. …

Silk Museum of Soufli

Housed in the Kourtidis Mansion, the Silk Museum of Soufli reflects one of the most important products in the region. Having survived through the years, silk manufacturing flourished in the 19th century and remains the driving force for local economy. So it definitely ranks among the top attractions when visiting Northern Greece and the surrounding area …

Climb Up the Imposing Vikos Gorge

The world’s deepest gorge is located in Northern Greece, in the region of Zagori. It is the breathtaking Vikos Gorge, a canyon that has been featured in the Guinness Records and is world renowned as an awe-inspiring place of unique natural beauty. If you are in for an adventure, then crossing the canyon takes about 6 …

The Amazing Gialova Lagoon

Gialova lagoon constitutes one of the most important wetlands, not only in Greece but all around Europe. It is located in the Peloponnese and more specifically in the region of Messenia. Within short distance from Pylos and the legendary Nestor Palace, the lagoon is also near the emblematic beach of Voidokilia. A special place due …