Athens, Greece's capital, is located 210 miles (338 kilometers) to the southeast of Monodendri, while Corfu is 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the west.
Do visit the Vikos Gorge when you are in Monodendri.
It's hardly surprising the area around Monodendri is a perennial favourite with with international and local vacationers alike; the region is home to a treasure-trove of fascinating cultural and natural attractions. While you are in Greek Mainland, don't miss Konitsa. It's approximately 11 miles (18 kilometers) away from Monodendri and is home to the Kavasila Sulfur Baths and Mount Smolikas. A drive to Ioannina is another great option. It's 16 miles (26 kilometers) from Monodendri and is home to the Ioannina Castle and Anatolis Park.
Approximately 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the southwest of Monodendri is Parga, an important regional city and the home of Necromanteion, Valtos Beach and Sarakiniko Beach. Anthousa Castle and Parga's Castle are other good places to visit.
Learn something new by spending a few hours at Greek Mainland's wonderfulaters, art museums and history museums. Greek Mainland is graced with some significant churches and other holy sites, great places to catch a glimpse of the region's soul.
Greek Mainland is the perfect place to get into the great outdoors and partake in winter sports. When the temperature falls, do as the locals do and try snowboarding and skiing. Tapping into local passion and expertise is an enjoyable and educational way for visitors to discover a new region. Sign up to one of the city walking tours.
As your journey comes to an end, bid Greek Mainland a teary "Yiá sou"