Discover the area
Tzoumerka is about 445 km away from Athens and to access Syrrako or Kalarrites you go across Egnatia...
Nevertheless, the region of Tzoumerka is largely related with livestock and other animal...
The duo of villages belongs to the county of Ioannina and the municipality of North Tzoumerka in Epirus region...
Traditions in Tzoumerka are linked to lasting festivities, music and dance of Epirus.
when to visit
The two villages of Tzoumerka, Syrrako and Kalarrites, are year-round destinations following the seasonal cycle...
Perched on the sheer peaks of Epirus in the western tip of Greece, forming the southern..
The settlements of Syrrako and Kalarrites were found around the 15th century by Vlach nomadic shepherds, whereas prosperity came in the 18th century as the natives started to journey Europe selling their local goods. Read more about the history of Tzoumerka →
Food & Accomodation
In Syrrako and Kalarrites you can lay your head either at traditional stone-built guesthouses, small family-owned hotels or cozy rooms to let. The prices vary from 40 Euros per night for a standard double room with breakfast, and just remember that it is more expensive to travel at peak times.
Holidays in Tzoumerka
Noted as two of the most virgin tourist sites in Greece, Syrrako and Kalarrites, two quaint villages in Tzoumerka (Greek Mainland) offering a wide range of outdoor activities, and from various accommodation options to exciting culinary choices, are the best alternatives for your next trip.
Sighseeing & Activities
Roam around Kalarrites (with the many natural springs and the rock-strewn boulevards) one can visit the Goldsmithery and Silver Museum and the Historical-Folklore collection of Aggela Gkolfinopoulou – bearing a resemblance to a traditional household, stopover the chapels of Agios Nikolaos and Agia Triada, and take a break at the 5th generation traditional coffee-shop (kafeneio) of "Akanthos" which has ceaselessly operating since 1840.
Know before you go
The road to Syrrako and Kalarrites full of steep drop-offs, hairpin-turns, and narrow lanes as well as due to extreme weather conditions, you might encounter rocks that have fallen off the cliffs or even puffed up asphalt. It’s not the kind of road you necessarily need a 4x4 vehicle, however there is a little room for error on these way and you should always keep an eye on the lane.