Mountain cycling: The forest roads around the Pertouli Meadows and for the more adventurous the descent to Pyli.

Rafting: At Acheloos from the bridge of Alexiou to the Mesochora dam and from the three rivers to the Alexiou bridge.

Canoe kayak: At Acheloos, Halikioti and Kamnieti as well as the lake canoe at the Longos artificial lake.

Ski: At Pertouli ski center

Archery – Horse Riding: At Pertouli Livadia

Fishing: Trout at Acheloos and Aspropotamos as well as their tributaries.

Mountain Climbing: At the climbing terrain of Pylis there is one of the most remarkable climbing terrains in the area of Trikala. It includes 5 main sections with the perspective of reaching 10 and their routes to be more than 350. All the sections are within a short distance from the hotel. The quality and sculpture of the rock (limestone) is excellent, it does not have loose pieces as it is very compact. The height of the rock ranges from 15 to 50m. This climbing terrain of Pylis offers a unique experience for the aspiring climbers as the roots are many and rich in elements that make the climbing very interesting.

The region of Trikala itself is a monument of nature and history and can be considered as one of the most cultural and tourist developed areas. The presence of the world phenomenon Meteora, the many natural beauties both in the mountain and low-land areas give the visitor the opportunity, while staying at the Wooden Village, to admire and enjoy their stay in the region.

Coming to the Wooden Village the visitor can become acquainted with the area with first stop being the arched bridge of Pylis at Portaiko and then the church Porta Panagia. Heading up the road for Elati at the intersection for Arta we turn left and follow the signs for Palaiokaria and the renowned waterfalls with the beautiful unique arched bridge. Next stop is the village of Elati with its picturesque narrow streets. A little further above we find the ski center with the Pertoulian meadows and the stone built Pertouli.

Worth mentioning, for the lovers of dirt tracks, the route from the area of Vlacha in the forest next to the river leading up to the village of Pyra.

As for the villages of Aspropotamos each one is unique with beautiful graphic squares and its cafés. There are also interspersed chapels and each one organizes festivals and local customs in memory of their saint. Extraordinary beauty is the church of the Holy Cross as it is the only one that has twelve domes.

With regard to Meteora a living monument of nature and when seen up close you are astonished by the size of the Rocks and the unparalleled beauty of the monasteries. After Mount Athos, Holy Meteora is the largest and most significant Orthodox monastic center of Greece. The monasteries one should visit are the Grand Meteora, Varlaam Monastery, Holy Trinity and Rousanou Monastery. Of great interest is the Meteora museum of natural history and the cave of Theopetra, significant for its findings and its history. The cave of Theopetra is a unique archaeological monument and from a historical point of view is one of the most interesting caves of Greece, it is located in the community of Theopetras a short distance from Kalabaka. Remarkable are the cave findings of the well-known “human imprints of Theopetra” dating back 130,000 years ago and considered a very rare finding both for Greece and for Europe.

Trikala the capital of the region, is a horizontal city built around the river Lethaio. What has been specifically associated with the city of Trikala is the traditional district of Varousi which, is considered an aristocratic neighborhood. It stands out for its narrow streets and the colorful two-storey houses. Another picturesque district is Manavika with its traditional taverns and cafes at the pedestrian street of Asklipiou.

Finally, very close to the hotel are Lake Plastira and Metsovo.