The most famous necromancy is Ancient Greek history. According to ancient sources, the area where the lake Acherousia was located was considered to be the place of descent to the Underworld. The worshipers were going to the necromancy to meet the souls of the dead who acquired the ability to foresee the future, after their release from the body. Those who wanted to communicate with the souls and ask questions about their future were visiting Acheron’s necromancy. In order to get into the dark room and ask for the omen, they were staying in the oracle’s underground halls. Priests were meeting the visitors at the entrance and accompanying them to the reception rooms. Then, they were asking them some questions to find out the purpose of their visit. Thereafter, they were escorting them to the room where they were preparing to communicate with the spirits.
The river of sorrow; the vestibule of the Underworld; the last journey of human souls. Many ancient Greek myths referring to Acheron. Well known is the Orpheus’ desperate attempt to reclaim from the Underworld gods his beloved wife Eurydice and lead her back to the land of light. This is where the journey begins… Acheron isn’t a river that you can enjoy only by seeing it. You have to cross it on foot. Follow the famous path used by the Souliots during the Ottoman occupation, descend the green slope to the river bank. Stand for a while in the Dragon Cave. Forests with plane trees and dense ferns along the river will show you the way back to Glyki.
Our route follows the Acheron river to its estuary for several kilometers. It is easy, suitable for beginners and all ages. At the end of the journey a vehicle will be waiting for us to get us at the starting point.
There is certainly no better wat to feel free than a riding a beautiful horse in the crystalline turquoise waters of the Acheron river. Horses are all trained and friendly with the people.
For those of you who are thirsty for adrenaline, recommends crossing the river by air. With the help of a pulley you can enjoy a fast and impressive descent of the Acheron river. Flying Fox is for all ages.
Traditional restaurants by the river offer delicious and well-cooked meals, fresh salads and fish that you can’t resist.
Family members: 4 +