Epirus is a region located in the northwestern part of Greece. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, rich history, and unique cultural heritage. The region is bordered by Albania to the north and the regions of Macedonia and Thessaly to the east and south, respectively. 

Epirus is blessed with diverse and breathtaking landscapes. The region is characterized by rugged mountains, deep gorges, crystal-clear lakes, and picturesque coastal areas. 

The Pindus mountain range, which runs through Epirus, is home to numerous peaks, including Mount Smolikas, the second-highest mountain in Greece

Epirus is renowned for its delicious and hearty cuisine. The region is also known for its high-quality dairy products, such as feta cheese and yogurt. Visitors can indulge in the local gastronomy by visiting traditional taverns and trying the authentic flavors of Epirus. 

In conclusion, Epirus is a captivating region in Greece that offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, history, and cultural heritage. Whether you are a nature enthusiast, history buff, or food lover, Epirus has something to offer to everyone.

Epirus features two airports, Ioannina International Airport (IOA) located 5km north of Ioannina City and Aktion Airport (PVK) 10km south of Preveza City, both of which connect through domestic flights mainly with Athens International Airport (ATH)

Ioannina City is 5 hours away from Athens and 3 hours away from Patras by car/bus.

Syvota Beach
Beaches To Explore
Konitsa Bridge Ioannina
Activities To Enjoy