It is a village of Zagori Municipality built at an altitude of 642m, 48km northwest of Ioannina. It is a traditional region overlooking the Astraka and Vikos Gorge, the deepest canyon in the world in proportion to its width.
It is a traditional village of Zagori Municipality characterised by its paving stone and rock houses. It is built on the slope of Tymphe and is surrounded by deciduous forests and topped by the snow capped Astraka peak of Mt Tymphe that towers over the village. It attracts many hikers and mountaineers.
It is a village of Central Zagori which retains much of the traditional stone built architecture. Near the village lies the historic monastery of Agia Paraskevi and along with the stone forest is a unique sight.
It is a town of Ioannina built amphitheatrically on a mountain slope of the Pindos mountain. Konitsa is famous of its stony bridges, old mansions, monuments and ruins dated back to the Ottoman era.
They are two villages of Zagori Municipality where the strong stone-built architecture stands out.
It is the capital and largest city of the Ioannina regional unit with many interesting sights, landmarks, museums and attractions. In the heart of the city one of the most notable attractions of Ioannina is the inhabited island of Lake Pamvotis. The castle built by Emperor Justinian in 528 A.C., the cave of Perama having a history of 1.5million years and the wax museum of Vrellis are worth a visit.
It is a village of Ioannina being famous for its fine wine. One can visit the vineyards and wineries of the area, the engraving gallery by the leading painter Costas Malamou, the folklore museum and the monastery of Prophet Elias. Moreover, Theogefyro a natural monument combined with the rocky environment will left you gaze in awe.