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Mavri Spilia Greece

The Mavri Spilia Canyon is about 2 km from the village of Prousos. It is one of the most beautiful and impressive canyons of Evritania. It was named after the famous Black Cave, which was a refuge for locals during the Turkish occupation and during the German occupation. What makes the Black Canyon stand out is the unique via ferrata route * the start of which is marked by the Black Cave.

The path that the visitor will follow to reach it is based on a picturesque stone fountain next to the Proussos Turno Bridge and continues uphill to some places but a fairly steep path through a fir forest and as we approach the canyon waters and plane trees. The beautiful pictures follow one another with the picturesque wooden bridges and waterfalls that are also offered for swimming to steal the show until we reach the imposing Black Cave and the remaining ruins of the stone shelter.

The canyon has no difficulty making it suitable for beginners, it has 10 technical descents with the largest waterfall being 15 meters high.
Crowd Factor Nearly no other people
Best Timing Daytime during fall
Sunrise & Sunset 07:07 - 18:24 | current local time: 05:15
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