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Kalamas River

Running for approximately 115k, the Kalamas is one of the longest rivers in Epirus. It rises near Nemertsika Mountain in the Ioannina region and flows down to the Ionian Sea, forming an impressive delta between Igoumenitsa and Sagiada. Among its most stunning and easily accessible stretches are the area around Stena "gorge” and its estuary. At Stena, there are the ruins of the Boliana Bridge and, on a mountain slope nearby, the Byzantine citadel of Osdina where you can visit the beautiful churches of the Holy Archangels and the Dormition of the Mother of God. At the river delta, the maze of dirt roads can be tricky to navigate, but the beautiful scenery of riverside woodlands and lagoons makes it well worthwhile.

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