The Rentina Valley or Macedonian Tempi is the area between the mountains of Holomontas and Kerdylia and is characterized by thick vegetation.
The Rentina Valley or Macedonian Tempi is the area between the mountains of Holomontas and Kerdylia. It is a valley that starts from the west in the town of Rentina, near Lake Volvi and ends in the Strimonikos bay.
The Macedonian Tempi valley is characterized by thick vegetation. The vegetation that grows consists mainly of large plane trees, willows, lindens and elms trees.
In the Macedonian Tempi valley, the Richeios River, one of the oldest rivers in Greece, has been flowing for centuries. The beginning of the river is in Volvi Lake and it ends in the waters of the Gulf of Strimonikos.
The Macedonian Tempi valley also has great historical importance.
You can find the castle of Rentina, the Artemisio, as well as the church of Agia Marina, which is near the modern town of Rentina.