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The Valley is accessible in three points, in its lowest point the visitor can admire the natural history museum and pavilions with exhibits and begin to traverse the path of 1300 meters to the canyon, beside the flowing waters of the river “Pelekanos” and end up to the highest point of the valley at the Monastery of Kalopetra

You and your children will love the peaceful walk through the shaded, green valley with its small river and beautiful waterfalls. You are permanently surrounded by butterflies camouflaging themselves against the tree trunks as you walk up towards the monastery at the top, or rest for a while on one of the wooden benches along the way.

Complete or Start your tour with a visit to the Museum of Natural History! Here you will find extensive information about the flora and fauna in the reserve. The most interesting part of the museum is the hatchery, where a number of butterflies reproduce in a protected area in stable climate conditions and an ideal environment.

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