Location of Hotel Exohi

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Hotel Exohi is located 750 m. away from the beautiful Caves of Perama. It's access is possible from the big road, taking a shortcut at the entrance of Perama. If you are moving at the Highway of Ioannina - Trikala make a left to the 4th km. after you have passed the light signs of Perama and continue for another 700m.

Also, access to Hotel Exohi is possible through Perama and through the highway bypassing the entrance of Perama village




The city of Ioannina, next to the lake Pamvotis, is the capital of Epirus, northwestern Greece. Lake Pamvotis lies at the centre of a 480 metre-high basin in a picturesque mountain setting, with the Kyra Frosyni Island in its middle and the sprawling city of Ioannina on its western shores.
Natural beauty, historic and modern buildings come together at Ioannina, offering a vibrant and contemporary city comprising the most important commercial and cultural centre in Epirus and north-western Greece.
The Archaeological Museum of Ioannina exhibits finds from Epirus ranging from the Paleolithic period to Roman times. They include artefacts from the sacred area of what claimed to be the oldest-known oracle in ancient Greece in the Temple of Zeus at Dodona.
Byzantine finds can be seen at the 'little island' of Kyra Frosyni and monasteries with splendid frescoes, together with the legendary Ali Pasha's house - last refuge. The Byzantine museum at Ioannina situated in the medieval castle within the citadel, is also worth visiting. The tomb and the headquarters of Ali Pasha can also be found here. A walk along the lake shores and the castle walls, next to historical places and buildings conjures-up legends such as that of Kyra Frosyni. She was sentenced to drown in the lake after having caught the eye of Ali Pasha who desperately fell in love with her.
The University of Ioannina, major hospitals, the new Egnatia Motorway, the Nautical Club and the Centre of Nautical Sports, the Airport, the 'lake-planes', the expansion of the city, the construction of large-scale public works are evidence of the city's modern hub.



Perama is a town about 4 km NE of Ioannina in Greece. The town's name means "passage" and it lies on the northern edge of lake Pamvotis. The town (pop. 2,693 in 2001) is the municipal seat of the surrounding Municipality of Perama, which has a land area of 105 km² and a population of 5,700 inhabitants. It is famous for its cave, known as the "Cave of Perama". The cave, extending five kilometres below the ground and having been explored fully only up to one kilometre, has a remarkable arrangement of stalagmites and stalactites. An 11th-century church in the town dedicated to Saint Haralambos and reputedly built by Byzantine Emperor Alexius Comnenus is in a bad state of repair and is rarely open to the general public.

Cave covers an area of 14,800 sq.m. and is the largest in the Balkans. The tour lasts approximately 45 minutes.

Hours: Daily, weekend & Holidays

Summer Season: 8.00 - 20.00
Winter Season: 9.00 - 17.00


  • Πάροδος Κατσιμήτρου, Πέραμα Ιωαννίνων ΤΚ 45500
  • Τηλέφωνα: 26510-81160
  • Fax: 26510-81061
  • Email: info@hotel-exohi.gr


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