Spilia (means cave) is built in Kissavos to 850 m. altitude. It is 30 km. far away from Larissa. Southwest of the village identified vaulted Mycenaean tombs, two of which excavated Theocharis in positions “Fountain Voulgaris” and “Kimpourli” and who is now partly visible. In the “Alley” there is a cave with stalactites and to “Bougazi” ravine. It has 324 inhabitants, who are engaged in agriculture, animal husbandry and tourism activities, and there are some who practice the traditional profession of mason. In summer Spilia multiplies its population, acquiring seasonal character.
Tired travelers can quench their thirst in the cold waters of the springs in the area. The village surrounding torrents “Paliogefyro” and “Great Pit”, creating a rich aquatic environment. From the top of Kissavos “Prophet Elias” (altitude 1,978 m.) And an “Seloma”, “Karampiki”, “Trapezos” and the
village itself, visitors can enjoy the beauty of the area from above. Source of life for residents are forests “Kouri” oak aged over 800 years, the grove of oaks at “Fteri” of St. Panteleimon and forest complex Kissavos. The cave belongs to the European network ‘Natura 2000’. It features the controlled hunting region Kissavos is wealthy place game (hares, wild boars, partridges, deer, etc.), while operating cores farmed game birds.
Spilia is the main base for mountain activities of Larissa. In the area of notably Kissavos possible hiking in path to the winter and summer peak, climbing, routes on mountain bikes or vehicles 4X4, horse riding or ski mountaineering. Also, climb to the Prophet Elias, the highest peak of Kissavos.