Agios Stefanos Monastery was founded by St. Antoninus Cantacuzene who is thought to be a son of the Serb ruler Nicephorus II of Epirus in 1400. The monastery was damaged during the World War 2. It was abandoned until 1961, when it became a nunnery. Today it is inhabited by 28 nuns. The main church in the monastery is dedicated to Agios Chararampos and was built in the 19th century by monk Ambrosios. Here you can see an incredible wall paintings made from priest Ioannis from Stagoi. Also you can visit the small museum of the monastery with a great collection of religious objects . The monastery gives impressive views to the plain of Kalambaka. If you wish to visit the monastery you will have to be properly dressed, it is much strict.