Cycling in the vineyards of Ktima Tselepos

The ride is ten kilometers long, on accessible earthen roads, with a small piece of street laid in asphalt that serves as a “bridge” between two paths.

The ride starts from the chapel of “Our Lady of Kouvliotissa” and continues under the plane trees, cherry and chestnut trees. The route climbs to the bare foothills of the mountains to the east and subsequently descends again towards the plain.

Along the way the riders will come across some old abandoned grape presses and admire their beautiful architecture, and if they are lucky enough, they might cross paths with herds of deer that graze freely in the area.

At scheduled stops the guides will talk about the region’s history and culture, myths, legends and traditions.

Our guides are members of the Social Cooperative Enterprise 5ENTE who have returned from other regions and live permanently in the area.

Level of difficulty

Easy route, flat for the most part



Necessary equipment

  • Cycling clothes and shoes
  • Windproof jacket and sweatshirt
  • Backpack and bottle of water

If you wish, you can rent a bike from us. This model is Fuji Nevada. (Bicycle helmet included). There is also the option of renting an electric Fuji Ambient MTB for an extra cost. (Bicycle helmet included).

There is also the possibility to have a barbeque outdoors.

BBQ Cost

  • Full meal with local traditional products, wine (for adults) and dessert: 18 € per person
  • Full meal with local traditional products, soft drink (for kids) and dessert: 12 € per person
  • Alternatively, a light meal to enjoy outdoors is available upon request: from 7 € per person

More info and photos at:

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Photography lessons in the vineyard of KtimaTselepos

We organize hands-on photography seminars for the photography and wine lovers. We will tour around the vineyard and the winery while capturing photos from unique angles, to test your photographic talent. Our goal is to have a fun and hands on experience.

This journey of knowledge will be guided by the award-winning photographer Fanis Mourtos. See photo material here:

Level of difficulty

Amateurs with basic knowledge


Saturday or Sunday




Ktima Tselepos, Mantinia

Cost of seminar

25€ / person

Minimum number of participants

8 people

Maximum number of participants

20 people


Seats are limited and registration is required


A certificate of attendance is provided

  • Transportation to and from the winery is not included.
  • You will need: comfortable clothes, walking shoes, and a hat. Your camera’s equipment and its user’s manual.

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