Zagorohoria: rocky peaks and stone bridges

Every rock and stream is a myth Patrick Leigh Fermor, Mani The horizon is jagged with rocky peaks. The Greek summer fades out slowly. But the icy mountain air, the fireplaces already lit in the houses, the sudden rains make it clear that the season is changing. A fresh wind pushes the last warmth away. The Pindus mountains are the last splinter of the Balkans. From the north of Greece, the chain continues in towards the south-east until the Peloponnese. But that border between the Ionian and Aegean seas is very far from where I am now. I’m in the north,