Edessa is the capital of the Pella regional unit, in the Central Macedonia region of Greece, a city famous for its waterfalls.
A strong earthquake struck the area in the 14th century, changing the terrain’s morphology and this natural phenomenon of waterfalls was created at a branch of the Edessaios (or Voda) river.
We are in the northeast part of the city where we see the waters of the Great Karanos waterfall pouring rapidly, in a spectacular way, from a height of 70 meters. At the bottom of Karanos opens a small cave with a high vaulted roof, adorned with impressive stalactites.
Behind the water curtain, one can admire the waters at a breathing distance, but also the Macedonian plain in the background.
The guests, on specially constructed terraces around the waterfall, enjoy the grandeur of nature.