That’s right, the serene and spiritual monasteries, perched high up on rock formations, towers over the magical and beautiful forests below which hold the treasure of…truffles!
In the forests near Kalampaka, you can go on an organized truffle hunt — as well as taste a delicious pasta dish made with local truffles hunted by “truffle dogs” — not to mention there is the Natural History Museum of Meteora and Mushroom Museum that you need to check out!
This program is offered by Truffle Hunting, and is sure to be a unique experience during your holiday in Greece.
While you are visiting the area of Meteora, you, of course, need to also be sure to make time to visit the Monasteries of Meteora, one of the largest and most precipitously built complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries.
Where you stay
On your one-of-a-kind trip to Meteora, be sure to check out the Ananti City Resort. It is an unforgettable place to stay, within close distance from famous tourist destinations, such as Meteora, Pertouli, Elati, and Plastira Lake. Not to mention — it has breathtaking views!
Here you will find amazing service and modern comforts blended perfectly with the nature that surrounds. It offers artfully designed bedrooms, an infinity pool overlooking the city, a spa with an interior pool, a refined restaurant to dine, a rooftop bar to relax and take in the spectacular views, as well as a fully equipped conference center.
In all, the resort boasts 18 rooms, including 3 luxury suites — all impeccably designed and perfect to enjoy every season.
An added bonus with Ananti City Resort is that you don’t even have to leave your room to enjoy the natural beauty of the land, as each room features extra-large picture windows that showcase stunning views of Trikala city, the Thessalian plain and the surrounding, ever-spanning mountains.