The Black Forest lies on the eastern slopes of Vora and to the ski center. Visitors can follow two paths. The first track from the village of Orma and the second from the village Megaplatanos. According to tradition, when the marshal Alexander the Great decided to conquer the world, the Macedonian phalanx armed with spears, known sarissa, 6 meters long, with wood sourced from the Black Forest of Orma.
Starting with the local community Promahi and after a path through forest roads, visitors to the region can be found in Promahi forest, with pentaveloni pine, a species unique in Europe, protected by the Ramsar treaty.
PLATSA - Pinovo
Following the main forest road and through woodland, the visitor reaches the top "Pinovo", with rich flora and fauna. There are two huge in size allied cannons of the first world war.
In Ano Loutraki at an altitude of 2000 meters, lies the plateau Good Plain (Dobro-Pole). This is a natural basin with many small lakes of unique beauty, herbaceous vegetation and fallen monuments. It is one of the four mountain biking destinations. The other destinations are the Black Forest, the Forest Promahi and top Pinovo.
MONUMENTS RELIGIOUS HERITAGE
Inside the spa there is the church of St. Panteleimon, which receives many visitors every year and swimmers since it is considered a healer and protector of healing.
Three km from the resort in Upper Loutraki is the church of St. John the Baptist with rich murals. It is built on the mountain Straight Pine trees at an altitude of about 600 meters.
In Promachos, near Loutraki lies the convent of St. Hilarion in an idyllic location. The monastery founded by Saint Hilarion himself that in the 18th century served as bishop Moglenon, as it was called old province of Almopia. The monastery originally had 40 cells with monks and according to testimony during the Turkish occupation it housed secret school. Great was the destruction by the Turks for many years the monastery remained inactive. Today, the monastery operates and servicing the equipment.
On the east side of Almopia, one encounters the Archangel Monastery, about 40 km west of Loutraki. In addition to the unique natural landscape, guests can admire the rare murals, hagiographic in the late 18th century, with unprecedented representations and popular style.
Just outside the village Aloro, at a distance of approximately 1000 meters, rescued two piers of the bridge and an arched piece opening 15 meters. Tradition says it was built at the time of Alexander the Great to serve the residents of the communication needs of settlements then Almopia to Pella and other cities of the Macedonian kingdom. The visitor can visit the site of the bridge along the road from Aloro for helmets. Very close are the discoveries of the ancient settlement.
Natural History Museum
At the entrance of Pozar and next to City Hall, works the Natural History Museum, in the building of the old railway station. During the first World War, built by allied troops known train Karatzova, designed to help transportation and supply the army. In 2002, it converted into a museum of natural history. In the halls of the exposed fossils were found in excavations in Almopia and other areas. Important are the fossilized bone exhibits of cave bear found in the caves of the Baths.