Architecture - Sightseeing
The watermill, which is at the entrance of the village, is under reconstruction. The other (watermill) that used to be a place where they washed heavy clothes (nerotriveio) is located on the Chroussias ravine. The path that unites Syrrako to Kalarrytes is in a very good state. It is an hours hiking through the wild ravine with the rich flora. Its characteristic sight is the stone made flight of steps, which has a great inclination. Visitors are impressed by most of the villages pastureland because of its expanse and vegetation. The most well known pastureland is the Galarokambos tableland. An ideal place for climbing is the Tsoukarella peak (2195m), one of the highest peaks of Pindos. Other places of interest to the visitors are the house of the poet Kostas Krystallis, which is converted into a library and museum, and also the old boarding house, which is used as a hotel nowadays.
Elements of the Syrrakiotes lifestyle, 150 years ago, like authentic furniture, embroidery, knitwear, hand-made woven textiles and traditional costumes of the village are exhibited in the traditional house-museum (of K. Avdikos) which is open every August or whenever a visitor wants to visit it.
Having Syrrako as a center the visitor can visit, within an hours route on foot, the historic bridge of Plaka, the monastery of Kipina, situated in a rocky landscape, the villages of Kalarrytes, Agnanda, Pramanda and other natural and man-made attractions.