Mount Kyllini

Mount Kyllini is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 2.376m above the sea level, located in the west side of Korinthia region in Greece.
The valley of Flabouritsa belongs to Natura 2000 network, and it divides the mountain into two big mountains, the Big Ziria (its top is at an altitude of 2.374 m.) and the Small Ziria (2.117 m.). Its intense biodiversity makes it the core of the area. There flows the Sythas river that ends up to the see in Xylokastro. There is everywhere streams and waters flowing under centuries-old trees.
It is a famous winter resort, while it has beautiful hiking routes and lots of forest roads.

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