Leontito is a village in the Athamanon Community which is literally surrounded by fir forest and fruit trees at an altitude of 1,000 metres. The Kriorema or Leontitis River flows through from the ranges of Delidimi and into the Acheloos, complete with trout-filled waters. The peak of Delidimi is 2,163 metres in altitude. From the peak of Tsournata, at an altitude of 2,163 metres, a stunning view extends toward Arta. Wildlife in the area includes hares, wild sheep, goats, and deer. Leontito boasts the following forests: Megalakos with firs and soft cedars, Profitis Ilias with firs, cedars and oaks, Agia Triada (Holy Trinity) forest with firs, cedars, shrub oak, and Agios Konstantinos with firs and cedars. There are also two caves in the region.

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