Nestled in the heart of the Pindus Mountains in northwestern Greece, Zagorohoria is a cluster of 46 traditional villages, each with its unique charm and character. Known for its stunning natural beauty, Zagorohoria is a year-round destination that offers visitors a chance to experience the traditional way of life in Greece’s mountainous regions.
Amazingly beautiful, historic villages, where stone and wood dominate, compose one of the best secret destinations in Greece. Imposing churches, mansions, stone fountains, museums, monasteries, luxurious guesthouses, and locally produced delicacies await to be discovered. Read your travel guide to Zagorohoria and discover why these villages are the pride of Epirus!
Travel to Zagorochoria – Explore the natural beauty
The villages of Zagorohoria are endowed with remarkable natural beauty. The area is also an exceptionally important natural ecosystem, home to a diverse range of plants and fauna. There are hundreds of nesting mammals and other species there. As a result, the territory has been included in the Natura 2000 Networking Program, a Europe-wide network of sites entrusted with preserving natural heritage.