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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...More
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...More
Most beautiful and interesting village. We had dinner overlooking Volos by moonlight at a hotel restaurant here...quite a memorable evening and an absolute must-do when in Volos. Don't forget to check out the live hallow tree! Wow!
While visiting Volos, we rented a car to travel the mountain roads of Pelion. A Centaur statue greeted us early in the day. The roads were full of hairpin turns and the views were stunning. Luckily there were places to pull over and enjoy the...More
We visited several villages in the area, and we liked the view to Volos or to the East coast from the ones on top (Portaria, Makrinitsa). Also, Tsagarada is a very nice place to visit, there is a plane tree there which is over 1000...More
The mountain Pelion is a paradise, if you take a round trip with taxi ( volosviptaxi.gr ) you will have a wonderful experience to see the most interest villages & beaches in the mountain. The ride on the forest and the view is amazing. I...More
This year, in order not to have to decide between sea and mountain, we chose the two at Mount Pelion, in Magnesia. A region rich in myths and history, for it was there that the gods of Olympus resided in the summer and from there...More
The mount Pelion has a certain charm and you will feel it with your senses, and you have a wonderful view to Volos; It was the first time I visit the charmant village Makrinitsa;
Velvety vegetation, snakelike paths every where with big stones; vast olive...More
I have been coming to the area for nearly 15 years due to family in the area and always try to make a point of heading up the mountain to take in the views and fresh air especially in the summer when the town can...More
Response from O4064ITpaulb | Reviewed this property |
You certainly do need a car to properly visit. There is a limited bus service, but I suggest this is too slow a method of transport. If you want a beach and limited access to the forest there are hotels such as Diplomat near... More
You certainly do need a car to properly visit. There is a limited bus service, but I suggest this is too slow a method of transport. If you want a beach and limited access to the forest there are hotels such as Diplomat near to Milina and a number of guest houses in Milina. The problem is that although the beaches here are good, this is not the high mountain area of Pelion, which is 20 km north and where the forest is much more interesting.