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Prefecture of Evritania

This region with an area of 1,869 square kilometres, is also known as “Little Switzerland” due to high mountains covered with trees. This is an area for winter holidays where you can enjoy the rugged yet beautiful nature.


The prefectures capital, on the slopes of Mt. Timfristos is well suited for summer and winter holidays. The area is known for its hand-woven fabrics and carved wooden items, local delicacies include sausages and feta cheese roasted in wax paper, all can be purchased in the local shops.


In the village the Greek tourist agency has renovated several stone mansions, and turned them into guest houses. From here you can take trips around the area, visiting the villages of Mikrio Horio, Megalo Horio and Klidi all set in lovely nature.

The Monastery of the Virgin Proussiotissa

In August the monastery becomes filled with pilgrims, the monastery has many fine icons one especially is reputed to work miracles.


A charming village has a cave “the black cave”, which according was the site of an oracle. From here you can drive through several villages to Agrafa, here you can fish for trout. At Kremaston is Greece ’s largest artificial lake .In the winter most of these villages are “covered” in snow.

Skiing and mountain climbing

Local ski schools will help you to discover the area.


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