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  • 1 Pérama Cave Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    GR - 45500 Ioánnina

    The cave, discovered during the Second World War, extends for 1km and covers an area of 14 800m; water streams continuously down its walls. The caverns are artistically lit to show off the splendid limestone concretions in the form of stalagmites, st..

  • 2 Dodona Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    GR - 45500 Ioánnina

    The tarmac road climbs the mountain (magnificent views) before reaching the ancient site of Dodona (630m). To the southwest rises the Tomaros massif, reaching a height of 1 974m. Dodona originated as a temple initially dedicated to Dione, and later t..

  • 3 Ioánina Lake Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    GR - 45500 Ioánnina

    Ioánnina Lake (also known as Lake Pamvótis) is contained in a depression lined with alluvium. It collects the waters flowing down from Mount Mitsikéli to the north, and its level varies according to the seasons and the outflow of the swallow holes (k..

  • 4 Ioánina Island Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    GR - 45500 Ioánnina

    This charming little wooded island set in Lake Pamvótis is a green and peaceful paradise, and a haven for frogs and eels - local culinary specialities. Its pretty fishing village and monasteries are worth a visit: Pandeleímonas (16C); St John the Bap..

  • 5 Froúrio / Kástro (citadel) Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Dionysiou GR - 45221 Ioánnina

    The huge citadel overlooking the lake is surrounded by a wall built during the despotate of Epiros (13C) and restored by Ali Pasha, who ruled over Albania and Epiros (1741-1822). It was inhabited by the Turks, and from the 17C by the Jews, but is now..

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