If you like the nature and mountain activities, we can organize for you the following activities :
rafting, horseridding, climbing, trekking, paragliding, jepp safari, canyoning and other activities.
Discover magical Zagoria through our 8-day multi activity excursion, that captures the highlights of Zagoria. In this excursion we will trek some excellent trails following the ancient transportation network through forests and cobble stone paths, crossing ravines and rivers over stone bridges or
through deep gorges.
We will cross Vikos Gorge, one of the deepest canyons in the
world, second only to the Grand Canyon, AZ. We will raft the crystal clear waters of Voidomatis river, swim at the lake with the cataract
at Iliohori and the naturals pools of Papigo village and we will visit the vibrant city of Ioannina, dominated by Pamvotis lake and “nissaki”, one of the very few inhabited lake-islands in Europe!
Find out more info at kipisuiteszagori.gr/8-day-multi-activity
There is plenty to do in all seasons as Umbria is abundant with picturesque medieval towns and cities, castles & monasteries, vineyards, art galleries & museums, and rolling hills and mountains.
You can enjoy a visit to the Sunken City of Kekova, Saklıkent Canyon, paragliding and diving in the crystal-blue waters.
Vessa is a hilly village on the island of Chios and belongs to the Municipality of the Mastic villages. It is situated 19kms southwest of Chios town (distance by road) in a valley which probably explains the name “Vessa” which, according to the poet Homer, means valley, and it is at an altitude of 180 metres. It is a picturesque village with narrow alleyways and traditional architecture. It is an old, medieval settlement, a typical fortress or “castle-village” and forms part of the mastic villages. These villages were built between the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries by Genoese noblemen. Built in a row, the houses were joined by stone arches and formed the walls of the village. These :castle-villages” have very few entrances and a lot of churches. The Saint Dimitris Cathedral is particularly worth visiting.. The main occupation of the locals is the cultivation of mastic and olives. In the summer, the village comes to life and is full of both locals and visitors who can enjoy a meal or a drink in the village square at one of the two typical Greek cafes where the locals gather. The central position of the village gives visitors the opportunity to move around the island easily and visit the most beautiful beaches in the west of the island in a very short time.
Fishing, Daily or Long term boat trips, Snorkeling, Bicycling.