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is the northwest province of Greee. And one of the most mountainous of Greece's provinces In fact, the district has three national parks, one also associated with UNESCO and the other EUROPARK Epirus is considered to be
the most exciting district for travelers in Greece. When some of Greece's famous nature sites are in it, such as the Vicus Canyon, the Vidomatis River, the Arachtos River, Smolikas Mountain [the second highest mountain in Greece] The district of Epirus stretches from the village of Metsovo village and Anilio ski resort to the east, to The cost line of North West greece in the west, And from Amvrakikos Golf in the south. To Konitsa. Aoos river, Smolikas Mountain in the north, on The border ot greece with albania

Epirus is also considered the cleanest province of Greece, Epirus's water sources are the cleanest in Greece and therefore three of Epirus's largest factories produce their water from springs located in the northern and southern parts of   Epirus, These same water sources are also a focus for travelers from all over the world And a variety of activities are carried out in the vicinity of these water sources, such as rafting, canyoning, canoeing, river trekking and more

The more familiar areas for travelers in the Epirus region are zagorochoria and the knowen villages of Papigo, Aristi, Tsepelovo, Vikos canyon, Voidomatis river, and in the South paret of Epirus, Arachthos river, But Epirus region have
much more travel options from that locations, that epread all over the Region Which is one of the most scenically diverse regions in Europe 

Multiseason Destination - Epirus GREECE from sivan zamir on Vimeo.


 Vikos – Aoös National Park
  is a national park in the north of Epirus in northwestern Greece. The park, founded in 1973, is one of ten national parks in mainland Greece and is located 30 kilometers (19 mi) north of the city of Ioannina in the northern part of the Pindus mountain range. It is named after the two major gorges of the area and encompasses 12,600 hectares (31,135 acres) of mountainous terrain, with numerous rivers, lakes, caves, deep canyons, dense coniferous and deciduous forest. The park is part of the Natura 2000 ecological network and one of UNESCO Geoparks and spans an elevation range from 550 to 2,497 meters (1,804 to 8,192 ft). [1] Over 100,000 people visit the park each year and take part in   activities including rafting, canoeing, hiking and mountain biking, racing, walking and more] all those making zagori as the most popular traveling destination in Epirus region.

The core of the National park, an area is (8,604 acres), comprises the spectacular Vikos Gorge, carved by the Voidomatis river. The gorge's main part is 12 km , long and attains a depth of 1,012 meters . The Aoös gorge, Mt Tymphe (2,497 meters at Gamila peak), and a number of traditionally preserved settlements form the park's peripheral zone. The park's remoteness and relatively small human population, combined with the great variety of biotopes and microclimatic conditions, favors the existence of a rich variety of flora (more than 1200 species) in the area. Vikos – Aoös National Park supports a wide variety of fauna, with a plethora of large mammals such as the brown bear, for which the park is one of the last European strongholds, and a variety of natural habitats and ecosystems that rank it among the most valuable parks for nature conservation in Greece.]

The first evidence of human presence in the area is dated between 17,000 and 11,000 years ago. The area of ​​the park has been sparsely populated throughout historical times, however, from the 17th to the 19th century the local communities of Zagori acquired an autonomous status, flourished economically due to increased trade, and became a major center of folk medicine.In recent decades, ecotourism has been seen as a remedy to the economic decline of heavily depopulated local settlements, while preserving the natural environment and local architecture

National Park of Tzoumerka, Peristeri, Arachthos Gorge & Acheloos Valley
is the scound biggest national park in Epirus that jointed the Europark Plan on the year of 2018, this national park is located south east of the the city of , ioannina, and south to the villages of Tzoumerka, untill Peta, and the south border of Agrafa region There are two main rivers crossing this part of Epirus Region, Arachtos that runs in the centeral part of tzoumerka, and achellos that runs   from the south east to south west or the national park And between these two rivers are towering mountains that reach the height of 2148 Meters This spectacular combination of mountains, rivers and water sources is a source of attraction for travelers, who, starting in 2015, are coming to this more unknown area, Most of the travelers here in the years between 2015 and now are Greeks and Israelis

- It is part of the Epirus tourism promotion project And was established by Greece and the islands  - This joint project of the Epirus Tourism Bureau with &

see also tzoumerka