A small picturesque mountain town with a rich traditional colour, built in the Pindos Mountains – at an altitude of 1,160 metres – in an impressive landscape.

The commercial and administrative centre of the region, with significant tourist traffic, Metsovo is famous for its local products – cheese, pasta and wine – and handicrafts – woodcarvings and textiles. Thanks to its strategic position, close to the point where Epirus, Thessaly and Macedonia meet, it flourished mainly in the 18th century, as a commercial, craft and cultural centre.