The coastline in Pelion is wonderful. Whether you travel alone, as a couple or as a family with children, you will enjoy the days at the beach.
Activities & Trips
There are plenty of opportunities to have fun at sea: kayaking, surfing, supping, taking a boat trip or motor yachting.
Cycling fans will have the time of their lives in our region. There are plenty of options, especially with mountain bikes.
Explore our region in a different way and choose the horse as a means of transport. Fun guaranteed, even for inexperienced riders.
A little train’s fascinating story and the mythical tales of Mt. Pelion, all combined in a single magical journey!
Hiking enthusiasts will enjoy themselves here. This applies to both occasional and experienced hikers.
Pinakates is considered to be one of the best preserved of the 24 villages in Pelion and therefore became a category 1-protected landmark.
Pelion is a mountain at the southeastern part of Thessaly, forming a hook-like peninsula between the Pagasetic Gulf and the Aegean Sea.
The modern city of Delphi is immediately west of the archaeological site of the same name.
Meteora are monasteries built on high rock pillars. Centuries of wind and water erosion have given the rock formations their specific appearance.