General description: Epta Piges- The Seven Springs
The Epta Piges enclave was built by the Italians in the 1920s in order to provide the colony of Kolymbia with fresh water. The springs are hidden in a dense forest. You can get there walking through
a tight, 186-metres long tunnel, which starts at the car park and ends with a most beautiful lake and waterfall. Another, far more pleasant way goes up from the car park to the halfway of the tunnel,
from where you will reach the spring following an unlabeled path. The artificial water body at the dam is deep and not drinkable.
family-friendly, good knowledge of foreign languages, friendly staff, smooth check-in/check-out, nice swimming pool
friendly staff, good knowledge of foreign languages, smooth check-in/check-out, professional staff, cleanliness in restaurant
professional staff, smooth check-in/check-out, good knowledge of foreign languages, friendly staff, Size of the rooms