The village’s first name, of Slavic origin, was “Dovisdiena”, but from 1927 to 1928 it was changed to “Chalasmata”. In 1928 the village was renamed to “Prosilio”. Its residents did not belong to the race of Vlach and even though their trading relations was mostly with that race very few among them could actually speak the Vlach language. The villagers were mostly farmers and stock-raisers, but there were also many builders.
Among of the most fascinating mountain activities are for sure climbing and rappelling. The mountainous complex of Tzoumerka with its unique natural beauty provides the ideal circumstances for climbing throughout the year. [...]
The region is ideal for mountain biking, 4x4 driving and on-off motorbikes. One can practice those activities throughout the year, but the most recommended seasons are spring, summer and autumn. The landscape offers [...]
At Tzoumerka, where the water and the rivers are abundant, one has the chance to visit and traverse many stone bridges. These edifices, beside their practical use, constitute the ultimate feat of both architecture and [...]
At Tzoumerka, one has the opportunity to visit many stone-built monasteries of various architectural styles and rhythms, with their wood carved iconostasis and particularly old hagiographies. Elaborate precincts and breathtaking views complete the scenery [...]