Kalavrita is a town and a municipality in the mountainous east-central part of the regional unit of Achaea,Greece. When you reach Kalavrita,you will realize the reason behind the towns well chosen name,since ‘Kala Vryta’ literally translates to ‘Grand Waters’; and there is certainly an abundance of that.
Discover the “Cave of the Lakes” In Kastria, the famous cave system Spilaio ton Limnon (‘Cave of the Lakes’) which is filled with beautiful lakes and strange rock formations.
Diakofto-Kalavrita Railway is a historic rack railway in Greece located on the northern Peloponnese. It runs 22 km from Diakofto through the Vouraikos Gorge and the old Mega Spilaion Monastery and up to Kalavrita. An unforgettable journey through the evergreen and incredibly beautiful nature the Diakofto-Kalavrita Rack Railway is a memorable tourist attraction.
Visit ‘Holy Lavra’ Agia Lavra, the monastery near Kalavrita, which was built in 961 AD on Chelmos Mountain, at an altitude of 961 meters and can be described as one of the oldest monasteries in the Peloponnese.
Discover Mega Spileo Monastery, which according to a lot of people, it is the oldest Monastery of Greece and one of the most impressive Christian Orthodox pilgrimages.
Enjoy your winter sports at Kalavrita Ski centre, one of the biggest in Greece and as one of the two in the world that combine ski in the mountains and swimming in the beach of Diakofto during summer.