The elders remember it with the name Dovroi which means "fine place".
The distance from the national road of Trikala
- Arta until the
today's village is small and its altitude reaches the 700 m. Northwards and eastwards
is surrounded by tall, steep and rocky mountains.
Westwards there is the long ridge which begins from the Stayros mountain,
comes down steeply to the location of Paliokoromylia and continues downhill till
the Mill of the Kokkinos torrent. Southerly of the passage the plain land of Loggas
Benchmark of the village's communal life is the paving, capacious,
central square with the traditional cafe and the historical churches of Panagia
and Agia Paraskevi. At the entrance of the village there is the stone school,
which however today due to the lack of students remains closed. The few permanent
residents are occupied mostly with the cattle-breeding and occasionally with the
fishing and hunting. However, during the summertime everything lives up and at
the revelry of Agia Paraskevi for two days the village celebrates and the celebrators
revive the traditional customs of the region.