Platanistasa is a beautiful village built southwest of the capital city. It is a community full of beautiful images, among them being pieces of land ‘dressed’ in various tones of green, the dominating stony water mill and the picturesque neighbourhoods with the popular architecture houses.

Do not forget to visit the Byzantine church of Stavros of Agiasmati, a World Cultural Heritage Monument protected by Unesco, while you should not miss the opportunity to visit the Folk Art Museum, which is housed in the building of the old olive oil press. Moreover, you can follow one of Platanistasa’s Nature Trails to enjoy the beauty of its natural scenery and finally, you should remember that you can buy traditional cold-cuts in this village.

Where to stay*:

Where to eat*:

The location of the village: Map

More: Platanistasa Website

* The information was obtained from both the Community Council and the Community Council’s website.