This large village of northern Tzoumerka will surprise you with the incomparable view it offers because of its privileged location at the foot of the Strogula peak (at 2,107 m) in central Pindos.
Pramanda, the capital of the Tzoumerka village and the largest community in its population, with 1500 inhabitants at the 1991 census, is built at an altitude of 840m. amphitheatrically, at the foot of Strogula (2,107 m), perhaps the most imposing peak of the Tzoumerka, in central Pindos.
The settlement stretches 65km. SE of Ioannina and 70km. NE of Arta, cities with daily road transport and communication and surrounded by the settlements of Tsopela and Christ, which are the progenitor’s cradle on the banks of Arachthos.
ramanta or Pramanta, as the so-called master village is commonly called, is thought to have been developed in the mid-15th century by locals and later by fugitives mainly persecuted from Epirus, who found refuge there because of its inaccessibility. Today the village has many services, a health center, schools, a lending library, shops, taverns, bars and lodgings.