AIDONOCHORI (Village) KONITSA
Tel: +30 26550 61326
Being built at a high altitude with an outlook over Aoos and Sarantaporos river and with rich vegetation, Aidonohori looks like a painting. In the past, it had beautiful and big houses but they were burned during the second world war. In short distance outside the village it is still preserved the Archangels Monastery of Goura, built in a roch, where there is also the children camping area of Holy Metropolis for Driinoupoli - Pogoniani and Konitsa. It is worth visiting the traditional water mill near Bourazani bridge.
AMARADOS (Village) KONITSA
Tel: +30 26550 22257
On a piney slope, Amarantos with its wild and fresh landscape is one of the idealest villages for summer resort. With its famous steam baths, it attracts many visitors in the summer. The baths, that contain radium, are quite therapeutic for many diseases, especially rheumatic and sciatic. The stone bridge was built in 1862.
KALITHEA (Village) KONITSA
Tel: +30 26550 22520
Kallithea lies 11 km southwest of Konitsa. As its name implies, the village offers a panoramic view. The old name was Goritsa. Live village whose residents are occupied with agricultural and cattle - breeding activities. Thanks to their work, the remaining region and Ioannina city can enjoy the famous aromatic peaches and melons that can be found in abundance by the national road in the summer.
KLIDONIA (Village) KONITSA
Tel: +30 26550 22193
Klidonia is an agricultural village near Voidomatis river. It is 15km away from Konitsa and from its old stone bridge begins a lovely path through Voidomatis gorge. On the south bank of Voidomatis river, in short distance above the stone bridge, there is the paleolithic rock shelter of Boila. It is quite interesting though to visit the old village, Ano Klidonia, that is characterized by rich history and many post - byzantine monuments. After the war, the old vilage had been abandoned by its residents, but it has recently started slowly to liven up thanks to the opening of roads and the construction of houses for hosting visitors. The view from Ano Klidonia composes a multicoloured painting whose background is the skyline and the plain of Klidonia and Konitsa. There are also in Ano Klidonia churches and monasteries dated from the 17th and 18th century with remarkable wall paintings.
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