Korakovouni is a lowland settlement of Arcadia prefecture, built amphitheatrically on a hill at the foot of Parnon.
The Vrasati River is a short distance away.
Located in the southeastern part of the prefecture, 52 km of Tripoli, in the former province of Kynuria.
Mountain Korakovouni and Neohori still belongs to Korakovouni.
Its history is lost in the depths of the centuries, since initially there was the Mount Karakovouni (from Zaritsii Kynouria to Kastraki Astros) where in the meantime there was only one settlement where the name of the mountain was named.
During Vyzantine times, the Vyzantine general Pervainas came from Korakovouni.
The name of the village is associated with the Greek Revolution of 1821 as it is the birthplace of Varsami Constantine and Leventis Georgiou.