The village of Kalarrites is located at an altitude of 1120m and is traditionally built with stone and is considered to be a Vlach village with a long history.
Kalarrites are geographically located in the Tzoumerka region. The main element of the area is the massifs that surround the community, namely the Peristeri (2285 m) and Tzoumerka (2429 m).
They are built on the edge of a steep ravine leading to the Kalarritikos River, at an altitude of 1200 m. Opposite to the southwest of the village is the slope called Pouliana. If you look south,
will see the mountains of Tzoumerka up to the village of Pramanta.
The location north and above the community is called Baros (2285 m). It is the area with the plateaus and mountain pastures that unites Thessaly with Epirus. In the northwest of the Kalarrites lies Syrrakos,
which is thought to be very close, while the two settlements are separated by the steep ravine of the Kalarritika River.
Kalarrites has what a traveler is looking for, to get away from the city’s routine and find yourself in a fascinating landscape with fresh air and rich history.
With over 20 stone built churches and the unique Kipina Monastery!
Walking along the stone paths of the village, with an atmosphere of one hundred and twenty meters, you will be mesmerized by the white deer living in harmony among the inhabitants.
An unforgettable hike to the cave of Agia Paraskevi in a thousand seven hundred meters and walking on the stone bridges to the Kalarritikos river with the watermills will be unforgettable.
Enjoying the scenery where the great Sotirios Voulgaris (BVLGARI house) was born, admiring the magnificent view of the Tzoumerka peaks.
The village has roads to Ioannina and Trikala, as well as hotels, taverns and the museum at Ali Pasha’s house.
The plot of 208sq.m. it overlooks the peaks of Tzoumerka without closing any land in front of it, as well as being the only one with direct access by vehicle.
It has acquisition license, electricity and water supply.