A charming and amphitheatrical village which marks the start of a “descent” in a world of traditions, myths and lush natural beauty. From here, south of the ravine thar constitutes the largest part of the 33 kilometers of the river’s length and a natural border between the prefectures of Elia and Messenia, you can have a bird’s eye view of Neda’s outfall in the Ionian Sea, the Ionian Pelagos itself, Zakynthos, Strofades, the wonderful mountain of Minthi to the north and Lycaon to the northeast. The village is bustling with tourist activity and many young people work anf offer hospitality, local tastes and the most important of all, plenty of information upcoming acquaintance with the ravine and its waterfalls.