Village Kipi or Mbagia in Zagori / Zagorochoria is abstains just 38 km from Ioannina city.
pagia is a Slavic word and means "bath". The village was called like that due to the impressive nature and the natural "pools" featured by the rivers around it. Mpagia or Kipi is the only village that is built amphitheatrically in a slope. So the travaller can admire all the region just with a glance.
Megalo & Mikro Papingo
The majestic ‘towers’ of Astrakas
This alpine lake of Drakolimni is stunningly beautiful. A mythical dragon lurks in its depths, perhaps a distant cousin of Scotland’s Loch Ness beastie! Sightings are limited these days, but don’t despair, there are many real drakakia (small dragons) that are actually microscopic amphibians called alpine newts. It’s perhaps the only trace we have of the Ice Age.
Make sure you seek out Kalogeriko, the most beautiful stone bridge in Greece. The fluid movement and harmonious lines of its three arches are what sets it apart from the rest. ‘A moving caterpillar’ is how the rhythmical movement of its three stringers has been described. It’s located just outside the village of Kipi and connects the banks of the Bagiotiko River.
Skala tou Vardetou
Perfectly in harmony with the landscape, elegant and built with exceptional artistry, Skala used to be the only way from Vradeto village to Kapesovo. Every step of the way, you’ll admire the tireless skill and patience of the craftsman who gave us this unique cobblestone trail.