Nida is a plateau at almost the center of Psiloritis mountain and has 1.450 m height.

West of the plateau begins the path to Idas peak of Psiloritis from which comes the name of the plateau. More specifically the name Nida comes from the Greek pronunciation of the words “Stin Ida” (at Ida) which sounds like.

Nida until today is considered to be a place of great farming production. Some old stonebuilt shepherds’ shelters, where the farmers used to live or keep their animals, are still saved at the plateau.

Idaion Antron, which according to Greek mythology is the place that Zeus was raised, is also located at Nidas plateau.