Metsovo is a traditional village in northwestern Greece. It is known for its beautiful natural beauty, traditional buildings and excellent opportunities for hiking and winter sports.
The stone paved courtyards, green forests and picturesque streets give Metsovo a unique charm. Traditional taverns offer delicious local food and products, such as local cheeses and honey, which have become a trademark of the area.
Anilio Ski Center
The newest ski resort in Greece is located at an altitude of 1650m to 1850m. With the advantage of easy and direct access via the Egnatia Odos, just 7km from the Anilio exit (24-hour snow clearing), and its idyllic landscape, it becomes a beloved destination for winter sports enthusiasts and those who enjoy snow and nature. In Anilio Metsovo, just 50 kilometers from Ioannina, 80 from Trikala, and 215 from Thessaloniki, snow lovers have the opportunity to enjoy endless descents.
The park near Metsovo is a beautiful space with tall trees and lush greenery dominating the landscape. It's an ideal place to introduce children to the various types of trees in the Pindos region, such as pines, firs, oaks, and spruces, among many other plant species and shrubs in the area. The park features a playground for children and is home to the Holy Church of St. George. It's a fantastic destination for families, offering entertainment, educational opportunities, and a chance to connect with nature.
The E. Averoff Art Gallery
The E. Averoff Art Gallery, located in Metsovo, is a museum of modern Greek art, built in 1985 and inaugurated in 1988. In 1994, the building was expanded to include a new wing to house additional paintings beyond its original collection, which consisted of 200 works by significant Greek painters of the 19th and 20th centuries. The modern three-story building that houses the gallery was donated by Evangelos Averoff.