Cities and Villages

Epirus, a region with primarily mountainous terrain but also with a lengthy coastline, is the westernmost tip of the Greek mainland and the country’s land and coastal gateway to the Balkans and Europe. Ioannina, Arta, Thesprotia and Preveza divide Epirus into 4 regional units, each with different and unique features. Cities, settlements and villages make up the mosaic that is Epirus: from seaside fishing villages next to olive groves, steep mountain towns made of wood and stone, cities with a multicultural feel and vibrant alleys. Welcome to “Apiros” (meaning “infinite”), as it was called in antiquity!


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