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Palaiokarya’s Stone Bridge

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One of the most picturesque of Greece's stone bridges

A bit difficult to find but if you are in the area you should visit. The two waterfalls one high... read more

Reviewed 12 August 2018
nickyportugal
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portugal
Old stone bridge from 16th century

One arch old stone bridge dated back to 16th century. It's length is 26meters. Under and behind the... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2018
gsiotas
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Trikala Region, Greece
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12 Aug 2018
“One of the most picturesque of Greece's stone bridges”
3 Aug 2018
“Old stone bridge from 16th century”
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Trikala 420 32, Greece
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Reviewed 20 July 2017

Not many people know about this place and we did spent a while to find the correct route. The view is stunning and we're really amazed of how clear, cooling and the breathtaking scene of the waterfall. The water, the stone bridge and the mini...More

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Reviewed 12 August 2018

A bit difficult to find but if you are in the area you should visit. The two waterfalls one high one behind the bridge and a lower one in front make it a magnificent sight. From Pyli take the road signposted to Arta. Turn off...More

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Reviewed 4 August 2018

One arch old stone bridge dated back to 16th century. It's length is 26meters. Under and behind the bridge there are two man-made waterfalls. It was used as a passage between the region of Ipeiros and Thessaly. Of course now it is not used anymore....More

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Reviewed 11 July 2018 via mobile

Dont miss it! If its Winter or Summer, its a unique experience. You should go both down to see where the water finally goes but also to the bridge to see from where it starts falling. Definitelly visit it if you are near Trikala, Elati...More

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Reviewed 7 September 2017

During the summer you can even swim, although the water is very cold. Picturesque place in the woods.

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Reviewed 20 July 2017

Not many people know about this place and we did spent a while to find the correct route. The view is stunning and we're really amazed of how clear, cooling and the breathtaking scene of the waterfall. The water, the stone bridge and the mini...More

3  Thank wennitiong
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Yes, I know it was posted over year ago, but I just found it! I looked answer for same question. Maybe it will help someone in the future. HOW TO GET THERE: Almost halfway on the road that goes from Trikala to the famous... More
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