We are in the famous Samarina at an altitude of 1500m. on the slopes of Smolikas overlooking the Gomara slopes (2,028m) to offer you moments of relaxation, joy and fun in both winter and summer. Our 35th experience in the hotel reception of Samarina and the family environment is the best guarantee.
Our guesthouse is fully renovated, with central heating, located 100m. from the church of the Great Virgin Mary with the legendary pine rooted in the sanctuary. In our 80m2 hall you can enjoy coffee, breakfast and drink by the table, playing table games, reading historical books and other forms for Samarina.
We have 8 double and 2 quadruple rooms furnished with traditional wooden furniture all with their own wc-shower, 6 of them with TV. From the verandas of the rooms you can enjoy the unique view to the slopes of Pindos.
Our guesthouse has a mountain companion to take you to the summits of Smolikas, the dragonflies, the valley of kirna, the Pendulum water and the surrounding mountains.
The pendulum WaterCurriages The valley of Kerna
Great Virgin Mary with the pine tree in the Sanctuary
The Hanging Water
Drakolimni in Smolikas
The beautiful plateau "TA MOTELIA"
The settlement "HELIMODI" - the area of Helimodi was annexed to Samarina in the late 18th century. after the Bulgarian-speaking settlement was driven from there.
Great Virgin Mary with the pine tree in the Jerusalem Temple
Samarina's vampires continue to give a special cultural identity in the area. Wherever they are, they come here every 15th August to express their consistency with dancing and feasting at the village's biggest feast. On August 16th, the next day of the feast, the whole village gathers in the large courtyard of the village church for the famous dance "Tsatsos". Other festivals that take place in Samarina are on June 23-24, at the feast of Ai Gianniou of Klidonas and on September 8th and 9th at the feast of Mikri Panagia. Also on October 28, the Traditional Parade is held every year, something unique all over Greece. It is worth mentioning that the Pindos vultures were always Christians and with deep Greek consciousness, while alongside the Greek they speak a vernacular Latin language.
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