Kalopetra is located on the top of a hill close to the valley of the Butterflies. However in a car a good way to get there is via Kalythies on the east coast, head inland to Psinthos and then over towards Maritsa. About halfway between Psinthos and Maritsa is Kalopetra. The views of the surrounding countryside are well worth stopping for. There is a small "cafe" where the local women provide a limited array of things to eat or drink. A must try is the Loukomades soaked in honey - possibly amongst the best on the island. The small church is open to visitors and a mixture of paintings etc from the 18th century. There are toilets which are generally clean. From Kalopetra drive downhill to Petaloudes and join the hordes to see the Butterflies and Moths.
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