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Mount Pelion

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Mount Pelion

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Sea Kayaking Tour 'East Coaster'
$43.14 per adult
PELION - THE HOME OF CENTAURUS (Excursion for 2 or more)
$1,643.53 per adult
Cooking Class 'Culinary Balcony'
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The Culinary Art of Centaurus Chiron
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Canyoning & Via Ferrata 'Waterland'
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Sea Kayaking Tour 'Short Paddle'
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Half Day E-Bike Tour in South Pelion
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4-Days Arachova Volos and Pelion Private Tour from Athens
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Full-Day Meteora Tour from Athens by Train
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Full-Day Meteora Tour from Athens by Train

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When visiting Athens, take a full-day detour to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Meteora. Ride a train through the Grecian countryside with included rail tickets and travel from the town of Kalambaka to the ancient clifftop monasteries in a luxury minibus with onboard Wi-Fi. View all six sky-high monastic retreats and visit three of them. You’ll discover hermit caves and enjoy lunch along the way.
$114.64 per adult
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Koutsioumpas wrote a review Mar 2020
Rethymnon, Greece23 contributions13 helpful votes
I went to Pilion in March 2020. We hiked a group of 205 people from Xania to Makryrachi and Portaria village. We also visited the villag eof Makrinitsa. Amazing place with great architecture. The nature around the mountain is simply amazing. Highly recommended for hikers!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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LittleCookingTips wrote a review Nov 2019
Athens, Greece61 contributions30 helpful votes
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This mountain range is unique in the sense that it provides a view to the sea on both its sides. Its lush green during the spring, summer and early autumn, it has beautiful colors on late October and November, with green, orange and red, and it's wonderfully white with snow in the winter. It's really a great place to visit, with delicious many options for food in the villages, like Makrynitsa, Portaria, Vizitsa, Pinakates, Milies. During the summer, you can stay in some of these villages and visit the sea by car in the mornings (less than 1 hour of driving). Will definitely visit again in the future.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Dragana 62 wrote a review Oct 2019
Belgrade, Serbia156 contributions26 helpful votes
Pelion Peninsula is a place that offers great opportunities for active holidays. Canyoning, biking, hiking, horseback riding, swimming. But if you are inclined to fantasize and read the book The Golden Fleece by Robert Graves all your activities take on a new dimension So for me, Pelion Peninsula is a place I often return to discover something new and magical.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Drors101 wrote a review Jun 2019
Tel Aviv, Israel91 contributions8 helpful votes
Lovely place to visit for at least one week. Very nice culture and welcoming people. A lot of very nice spots and views overlooking the see and forest. nice trails in the forest. And - best beaches one can imagine. Be aware that driving is a challenge. Roads are narrow with steep curves every 20-50 meters.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Elgreco G wrote a review Dec 2018
Austria10 contributions
Mount Pelion has so many different places to visit. So many opportunities for activities! Wherever you are staying, everything is so close! So don’t miss the opportunity to visit the east side beaches, if you are lucky you might have a “non wavy” day. The west side beaches are almost always calm. Do not miss the southern part of the peninsula, which is less Touristik and also has wonderful peaceful beaches in the gulf side as on the Aegean side. If you are more into winter, the ski resort will most probably impress you with its beautiful sea view to both the Pagasetic gulf and the Aegean Sea. All the villages are beautiful in the winter as well, especially if it is snowing!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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