Driving north from Agnanta arrive at Ktistades, place that got its name from the profession practiced by local residents. Worth stopping in the square, the St. Nicholas church. Then the route meet Pramanta, forming a village with history. The church of Agia Paraskevi is the jewel of the village, located in the central square with the perennial plane tree and the fountain “Arapi”. Continuing east, you meet the Tsopelas district. The intersection after the village leads you right to the monastery of Agia Paraskevi, Pramanta and to the mountaineering shelter at Isioma. Shortly before entering Melissourgous your asphalt road leads to the Kampo Mega, pastures and source Agkathi.