Surrounded by high mountains, verdant forests, flowing waters, rivers, streams, and streams that make up a rich nature, Grevena, the Macedonian city's picturesque villages, impressive stone bridges, and old churches, create a beautiful setting, where man coexists harmoniously with nature. The attraction for visitors is the Valia Kalda National Park, the Vasilitsa National Ski Center, and the collection of mushrooms from a wide variety. Grevena tends to be one of the most loved mountain destinations in Greece. And not only during the winter months.
Tour the city starting from the two central squares. Eleftheria Square is dominated by the stone clock tower, which is why it is also known as "Clock Square" and Emilianou Square, where the heart of entertainment beats. Also, visit the modern building of the Municipal Central Library next to the river, where you will find historical documents of the area, the Bushiou Mill, an old restored flour mill, the Municipal Museum, which houses fossilized elephant and wild ox bones, as well as folklore exhibits, and the Cathedral, where the Ecclesiastical Museum is hosted. Also, in the nearby village of Milia, there is the Museum of Natural History with a Paleontological Exhibition, where one can see the giant mastodon tusks recorded in the Guinness Book of Records!