The northern and central areas of Tsumerka are better known, but the southern region is definitely worth 2 to 3 days of your stay in Tsumerka. The Achelos River marks the southern border between Tsumerka and the Agrafa and Trikala provinces. Here you'll find a variety of waterfalls and springs flowing from the mountains in South Tsumerka into the Achelos River. Enjoy any of several trails through the forest, which lead to waterfalls that have uniquely carved through the rock. South Tsumerka is also a relatively well populated area. This means that every village you reach lets you taste the authentic local life. The largest village in South Tsumerka is Vourgareli, an excellent base from which to set out on treks in the area. We especially recommend Rema Marks, or the Bath’s Captain, although there are plenty of choices. Hotel owners there are happy to provide you with plenty of information about the trails and treks.
rema marks It is about an hour's walk in the destination that leads to a variety of special waterfalls, arrive at the direction of Theodoriana village and follow the signs
Souda waterfalls : An impressive waterfall that flows throughout the year and is on an equally impressive cliff, including an hour-long walk back. Upon arrival, continue towards Theodoriana village and follow the signs
Vourgareli : It is the largest village in this area of Tzoumerka and includes a variety of hotels, restaurants, medical services, the village itself has been treated to spectacular views.
The Anchelos River forms the southern border of South Tzoumerka with a district of trikala peta and Agrafa, This is one of Greece's largest rivers and can be reached from a number of locations in southern tzoumerka