Klimatia is a small, picturesque village built at an altitude of 220 meters amongst dense vegetation and many water currents. In Klimatia, in its narrow alleyways you will see old stone-houses, some with a unique architecture which even include pillars of Dorian order. Above the village of Klimatia, at an altitude of 450 meters is situated one of the most significant monasteries of the island, the Monastery of Agia Triada Klimatia.
Its ledger was built during the 15th century and the murals which adorn it are extremely interesting and date back to the 17th century. You will get there by a dirt road which begins from Klimatia and leads to the top of the mountain. The view from up there is panoramic. You can see the Diapontia Islands as well as the shores of Albania. Very close to the settlement of Klimatia and on the road which leads to the monastery is situated the cave Anthropograva, one of the most interesting caves on the island, covering an area of about 500 square meters with very impressive stalagmites and stalactites.
Klimatia also offers a virgin forest with holly trees, which make it, in combination with the cave, an ideal destination for those who love nature.