Portitsa Bridge, Spilaio Grevena
At the entrance of Portitsa canyon, about 4 km from Spilaio village, you will find an arched stone bridge from the 18th century.
A stone-built two-arched bridge of Grevena, like the nearby village, got its name from a hero of the Greek War of Independence.
Central square of Grevena named after a bishop who defended the Greek population. Nice cafes, fast food, and space for kids to play.
Assumption of the Virgin Monastery, Spilaio
The church belonged to an old monastery founded in 1633. It is not open but, if you find yourself at Spilaio village, it's opportunity for excursion.
Liberty Square (Clock Tower of Grevena)
Dating to 1776, it is the only preserved monument from the Ottoman era. The clock is still functional and it became the city's landmark.