In Rodopi mountain chain, where Greece shares boarders with Bulgaria, you can see Drimos forest also known as Chaintou. In Chaintou forest you will meet the gigantic age-long beech trees that reach 30m in height.
Also, there are pine trees, fir trees, red spruce trees, as well as Thracian lily growing in Rodopi mountain forest.
The area offers shelter to bears, wolves and deer.
Since 1980 a significant part of the forest (approximately 180.000 acres) has been proclaimed as "Monument of Nature" and constitutes a protected area. In the area you can see several indigenous plants of Rodopi, as well as rare flora species growing in Greece. There are also several rare mammal and bird species.
There are also bare extends of ground, fields, as well as bare mountain slopes in Chaintou. Many streams and small rivers flow with quick and crystal clear waters, constituting the zone of trout.