The Souda waterfalls are a fantastic twin waterfall in the National Park of Tzoumerka in Epirus, Greece.
The Capital of water and the Souda waterfalls
A magnificent sight that fascinates people of all ages, and an ideal spot for a dive! The water falls from 25-meters high and 800 cubic meters per hour, making the Souda one of the most impressive, Greek waterfalls.
Dense forests and one-of-a-kind scenery
A village known as the “capital of water” for the greater area of Tzoumerka as it is one of the reachest villages in Greece regarding its water resources. Its traditional beauty of the Epirus area along with its countless water springs make Theodoriana village truly unique.
The path to the waterfalls
In order to reach the twin waterfalls of Souda you have two options, to start the hike from Theodoriana village or drive up to the dedicated parking lot and start the hike from there.
Choosing the second, you need to hike about 1km and this only takes between 15 to 20 minutes.
The trail is signed and the path is very easy to follow. While you hike towards the waterfalls, you have a refreshing water stream on your left and stunning views on the right.
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