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Drowned in the green village of Parnon. It has excellent tourist infrastructure with hotels, taverns, shops with local products

and is a destination all year round, as it covers almost all tastes. 192 kilometers from Athens, 36 from Tripoli, Saint Peter is a traditional settlement that leaves no visitor complaining. The sights of the village include the Church of the Apostles Peter and Paul in the square, the Tower of Trikalitis, the renovated stone school, an excellent example of its architecture, the Aga Tower, the 18th century, the old carpenter "Anna's Underwater". The historical past of the village was special since in 1821 Captain Kontakis raised the banner of the Revolution and in 1826 burned down Ibrahim. A visit to Agios Petros cannot be combined with a visit to the famous monastery of the area, the Malevis Monastery. Mountain lovers and nature lovers will not be complaining, as trails start from the village leading to Mikri Tourla and Megali Tourla, the highest peak of Parnonas in 1936 meters away from the shelter overnight, about 6 hours. In the village the visitor can get acquainted with the tradition through religious festivals, while in the wider area (between St. Peter's and St. John's) there is the Castle of Oria or Estella (Astron), where one can see the ruins of a settlement. and fort.

Capsia Cave

Kapsia Cave is located about 1.5 km north of Kapsia village and 15 km away from Tripoli, in the prefecture of Arcadia and is considered one of the most remarkable caves in Greece.

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Toggle Switch Rail - Kalavryta-Vouraikos Canyon


The Diakopto-Kalavryta Tooth Railway and its unique route through the gorge of the Vouraikos River are one

of the most beautiful natural attractions in our country.

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