Negades is one of the 46 villages of Zagorochoria of Ioannina. The village of Epirus lies specifically in Central Zagori. Built at an altitude of 1060 meters. on the slopes of Tymfi, has few permanent residents. In Negades is observed tourism development especially during the winter months. Nevertheless is considered between the quietest villages of Zagorochoria. In Negades stand dark houses and tall mansions.
Negades is 46km. away from Ioannina. From Thessaloniki you can cover a distance of 260 km. through Egnatia Road and arrive in Ioannina, or head to Konitsa. From Athens you can come to Ioannina via Patras, covering 445km., or via the National Road Athens - Lamia.
In Negades is one of the most important churches of Epirus. This is a triune, three-aisled basilica with a separate temple for each aisle, the church of St. George, the church of St. Demetrios and the church of the Holy Trinity. The church was built in 1795 and will certainly grab the interest of those involved in religious paintings and frescoes or of those who are keen to view old churches. It is noteworthy that among the paintings displayed Aristotle and Plutarch. The church features an ornate temple, decorated with gold coating. Finally, the church is in the center of the village. A short distance away is the imposing bell tower. This church is undoubtedly a gem of a village and the Zagori region in general. In Negades also distinguish the following bridges: the bridge of Mpalanes, the big bridge of Kassou, the bridge at Horseshoe, the bridge in Riziana, the bridge to son, the bridge in Lower Fountain and the bridge in Fountain Valadimeri.
In Negades you can find hotels and guesthouses for your stay. Also in the village you will find taverns to taste traditional dishes. Generally Negades is very quiet, but the village has tourist facilities.
Negades is located close to other Zagorochoria, as Kipi, Dilofo, Koukouli, Kapesovo, Vitsa, Monodendri, Fragades, etc. Popular destinations close to Negades is Ioannina, Metsovo and Konitsa.
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