Mikro Papigo village hugs the slopes of Mount Tymfi and is another of Zagoria's stone-built villages which has been awarded the accolade of national historical monument.
The Dias, built in 1990, is called after Zeus, father of the Mount Olympus gods. There are stunning views from the guesthouse which you can enjoy whilst having a delicious breakfast, made with local produce. In common with the other buildings in the village the Dias is made of local stone, the interior features hand-painted ceilings, wooden floors and local fabrics.
The hotel is open all year round.
The cosy rooms enjoy magnificent views and are equipped with wifi, TV, hairdryer & heating for the cooler winter months. Most rooms have a fireplace.
Enjoy the traditional cuisine of the Zagoria region prepared daily in the restaurant, the famous Zagorian pies, soups and cooked pork will fortify you after a day sightseeing or exploring. You may like to round off your meal with a glass of raki, distilled at the Dias!