The best picture for anyone who comes for the first time in Corfu is from the ship which, as if deliberately, comes in a slow pace to give you the opportunity to take a good look of the great medie
Baths of Loutraki (Pozar)
Cold and hot waters run together in Pozar. The hot water, at temperatures of 35-37 degrees Celsius, springs from the Thermopotamos waterway and it is odourless. It is supplied to modern hydrotherapy centers and to an open pool, while there are natural hot water pools on the edges of the stream’s waterway.
Many of the finds from the caves of Pozar, animal and plant fossils and stone tools, are on display at the small Physiographic Folk Museum of Almopia at Loutraki.
Mt. Voras (Mt. Kaimaktsalan) imposing range forms the northern border of the prefecture of Pella; its highest peaks are Mt. Kaimaktsalan (2,524 m.), Mt. Pinovo (2,154 m.) and Mt. Jenna (2,182 m.).
There are several noteworthy caves in the area of Loutra, which are of paleontological and anthropological interest.
Above Loutraki lies the famous canyon of Ramno Bor (Iso Pefko), a location of special natural beauty.
“Kali Pediada” (Dobro Polie), is a beautiful plateau, at an altitude of approximately 2,000 m., above the village of Loutraki.
Beautiful dense beech forests cover the slopes of Mt. Voras. The “Black Forest” in the district of Orma is famous.