Visit the following locations.


Tsepelovo is the largest village of the region of Zagori. The distance between the capital of the prefecture Ioannina and tsepelovo is 51 kilometers.
Ideal winter destination since its wild beauty enchants.It looks like carved on the imposing Typhi and is harmoniously integrated into the surroundings around it.
Visitors are very pleased since the walks between the mansions of the area and its stone-built roads can only be very interesting.


Drakolimni (Greek: Δρακολίμνη, “Dragon Lake”) is the name of several alpine or sub-alpine lakes in northwestern Greece Epirus region: the ones in mountain Tymfi and Smolikas are the most widely known. According to local folktales the lakes used to be inhabited by dragons who fought each other by throwing pines and rocks and thus created the peculiar landscape and gave their names to the lakes.

Vikos Gorge

The Vikos Gorge (Greek: Φαράγγι του Βίκου) is a gorge in the Pindus Mountains of northern Greece. It lies on the southern slopes of Mount Tymfi, with a length of about 20 km, depth ranging from 120 to 490 m, and a width ranging from 400 m to only a few meters at its narrowest part.

Vikos is listed as the deepest gorge in the world by the Guinness Book of Records among others.

The gorge is found in the core zone of the Vikos–Aoös National Park, in the Zagori region. It begins between the villages of Monodendri and Koukouli and ends near the village of Vikos (or Vitsiko). The gorge collects the waters of a number of small rivers and leads them into the Voidomatis River which forms in the gorge. The major part of Voidomatis is only seasonal, and is permanent only at the lowest part of the gorge. Vikos is also a site of major scientific interest, because it is in almost virgin condition, it is a haven for endangered species and contains many and varied ecosystems.


Voidomatis (also known as “Vikos River”) is a river of the prefecture of Ioannina, a tributary of Aoos. Its main sources are under the village of Vikos. In the course it receives other water streams formed on the slopes of Tymphi or they come from the Vikos Gorge and eventually contribute to Aoos near Konitsa. The river has a total length of 15 km. The name of Voidomatis originates from the Slavic words water (= water) and mati (= source), and not from the established phytophythmology beef, ie ox and eye (pending eye).

Voidomatis is characterized as one of the cleanest rivers in Europe, as it does not face pollution problems. It crosses one of the most beautiful mountainous locations in Greece, which has been designated a national park since 1973, and the gorge of Vikos, which is a monument of natural beauty. Along Voidomatis are some of the most beautiful monotonous, Epirus bridges. The most famous is the bridge of Kleidonia (or Kleidoniavistas), which is located at the exit of the Vikos gorge. Voidomatis is a suitable river for various river sports, such as canoeing and rafting. The temperature of the river water is very low even in the summer months.