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Ano Trikala

Corinthia Greece

Po. Co. 20400



The area of ​​Trikala!

Trikala Korinthias

Trikala have become in recent years one of the famous and very popular mountain resorts because of their close proximity to Athens. They are located at the foot of Mount Kyllini, known as Zireia, at an altitude of 1100 m. In Kylini, Hermes was born and took his first steps, Hera and Hercules were brought up, Pan and the Nymphs lived there. A mountain with mythological reflections to local traditions with fairies and elves.


Trikala Korinthias

A place that combines mountain serenity and tranquility as well as adventure with activities in the snow-capped Zireia. In a distance of 1,5 hour from Athens and Patra and 25 km from Xilokastro, they belong administratively to the homonymous municipality and consist of three districts: Ano (Upper) , Mesaia (Middle) and Kato (Down) Trikala. In the prewar years (before WWII), Trikala was considered a privileged resort, because of the climate and the environment, while great personalities of the time were gathering there. Afterwards, war and internal migration devastated Trikala and the old sparkle was lost. But, in recent years intense tourist interest is created again, mainly for winter holidays but also for the beauties of the natural environment of the mountain.

  • Athens- Trikala Korinthias: 144kilometers.
  • Patra – Athens: 125kilometers.
  • E. Venizelos Airport – Trikala: 165kilometers.


Trikala Korinthias

Trikala is literally buried in the forest, in an extraordinarily rich landscape, surrounded by dense forests at 1,650 m altitude, from where above the plateau of Zireia, Psili Korfi (High Summit) is located. In Trikala many old stone houses are still preserved, illustrating the history of the area. The Tower of Notaradon dominates next to the church, where St. Gerasimos was born. The churches of Agios Dimitrios (St. Demetrius), Agios Nikolaos (St. Nicholas), Metamorphosis (Transfiguration) and the Monastery of Panagia (Virgin Mary), built in the 16th-18th century, are decorated with elaborate icons and hagiographies. The monastery of Agios Vlasios (St. Blaise), whose history is mixed with legends and traditions, was founded in the 14th century in honor of the saintly hermit who lived there and his icon is saved since then. During the Ottoman rule the monastery had a leading role and operated as a cultural and religious center for the entire area.


Zireia – Lake Dasiou

The wandering in the “divine peaks of Kyllini” down to the foot, between plateaus, valleys, forests and rivers offers unique experiences. Dreamy landscapes spread everywhere, in the enchanting valley of Flampouritsa, the meadows of the springs of Sythas, of Zaholitikos and Olvios streamlet, the emerald forests of Karya and Sarantapihos, in Feneos plains, in lakes Dasiou and Megagianni, in Stymfalia. Beauty is everywhere…

The wandering in Mountainous Corinthia hides many surprises. The real alpine nature of the region in combination with the traditional village architecture creates images of incomparable beauty.


Lake Doxa – Lake Stymfalia

High mountains full of pine forests and rare wildflowers, lakes and streams with running water, animals and birds that find refuge in the rich nature of Corinthia and of course the picturesque villages are a few wonderful images that follow one another in your excursion.

In your first trip to mountainous Corinthia, we suggest you to visit Evrostini, Trikala, Kastania, Goura, Stymphalia, plateau of Feneos and the villages around it as well as the lake of Doxa.