The small village unfolds its verdant beauty on the slopes of Mount Neraidovouni, opposite mountain Tymfristos, at an altitude of 1100m. and just 10 km from Karpenissi.
…Myriki can be proud of its beautiful natural environment, a close embrace of fir trees, the amazing view of Karpenissi and Velouchi and its genuine character.
The mountainous village combines tranquillity with nature and is an ideal base for discovering the surrounding areas but also a great destination in its own right for those seeking an escape of rest and relaxation.
The history of the place is best told by the oldest guardian of the village, the church of Agia Paraskevi that stands proud since 1816, witnessing the historic events and disasters of the Greek War of Independence of 1821 and the Occupation inWorld War II. Other churches are: Agios Georgios and Agios Konstantinos.
Remember to look for “Profitis Ilias” and visit the namesake chapel, taking a moment to admire the flowering of Greek nature before you.