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Trikala Corinthia is just 24 km from Xylokastro and is built on the site of ancient Myseos, around the 10th century.

The lowland chased by raiders climbed up and built their villages on Mount Kyllini. They consist of three districts. The Upper Trikala, the Middle and the Lower Trikala.

Ano Trikala is at an altitude of 1,060 meters on the slopes of Mount Kyllini, in a fir forest. They are the most mountainous of the three villages that make up Trikala. Here you will find many stone built mansions and churches of the 16th century, such as the church of Agios Nikolaos with frescoes of the 10th century. You will find the Notarades Mansion and the house where Saint Gerasimos was born. Coming from Ano Trikala, you can visit the monastery of Agios Vlasios, built in 1400, near where his miraculous icon was found.
Media Trikala is built at an altitude of 1,050 meters in a fir forest.
Also worth visiting is the Monastery of Panagia, built around 1700, by the Metropolitan of Corinth, Gregory Notaras.
Kato Trikala is at an altitude of 900 meters and has the most inhabitants. In Kato Trikala you can also see the impressive church of Agios Dimitrios, 1697. You will be impressed by their picturesque square with the two centuries-old plane trees.

From Trikala, at 7 km you can climb Mount Kyllini or otherwise Ziria. They are 2,374 meters high and are the highest mountain in Corinth.

 Wherever you choose to go, the only sure thing is that you will be impressed by the magnificent views and the warm hospitality of the locals.

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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