Located in the central part of our mystery country, Lake Plastiras is an artificial lake formed by the damning of the Tavropos River in 1960. The lake, also known as Tavropos Reservoir, attracts visitors looking for a break from congested cities and crowded tourist sites. Charming villages surround the lake, each with its own particular vantage on beautiful, serene nature. Outdoor recreating is a big draw, with canoeing, kayaking, hiking, mountain-biking and horseback riding just a few of the activities available at the lake. The spectacular monasteries of Meteora make an easy day-trip from Plastiras and the capital city is about a 4-hour drive to the south. 


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