Choose one of the following tours and visit Meteora
– The sight of the Meteora is unique but walking between the rocks is breathtaking.
– Allow yourselves a 2-day stay and explore Meteora by joining the local tours.
– Your visit to Meteora will be the highlight of your visit to Greece.
– SEE the days and times that the monasteries are open.
You may be denied entering if you do not follow the monastery dress code.
MALES: Sleeveless clothing and shorts over the knee are prohibited | FEMALES: Knee-length skirts are required.
Sit at the edge of one of these massive rocks and let your mind travel millions of years back when the big lake covered the whole valley. As a result of a strong earthquake, the water went into the Aegean Sea, and the lake dried out, recovering the natural beauty that you see in front of you today. It’s a geological phenomenon, universally unique. The huge rocks were formed millions of years ago from a mixture of sand, stones, pebbles, and hard gravel when the three rivers that came to the lake brought all kinds of raw materials. The petrified pillars of METEORA are extraordinary, reaching 600 m tall. What makes them even more remarkable are the exquisite monasteries, built by hermits during the 9th c. AD, at the pinnacles of the rocks. For centuries these towers of sandstone provided retreat to the monks.
Guided Tours from Athens to METEORA
Local Tours from Kalambaka to METEORA
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Bookings to start a trip in the last 48 hours can be made only on our premises on 48 Stadiou street (map).
METEORA is a rocky forest, an “Art of Nature”, protected by UNESCO.