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Pelion (Pilio) is one of the most wonderful and magical regions in Greece offering a perfect choise for holidays throughout the year. The beautiful Pelion peninsula is situated in the prefecture of Magnesia in Thessaly, Central Greece.

There are 70 villages in Pelion offering all the options depending on the season. From the mountainous villages of Portaria Makrinitsa of Hania and the ski center of Agriolefkes to the seaside villages like Agios Ioannis, Kala Nera, Afissos and Platanias there are suggestions throughout the year.

Also known are the wonderful beaches of Pelion offering crystal clear waters, golden and white sand, vegetation near the water and are perfect choices for the summer months.

In this travel guide to find information about all villages and beaches in Pelion, a complete list of accommodation in hotels and rented rooms, photos, videos, reviews the history of Pelion, attractions, travel information and suggestions for your holiday.

With it's snow capped mountain, to it's sandy golden beaches, this is an area that you can visit any time of the year.

The ancient Greek Gods chose Pelion as their holiday house and left Olympus for Pelion in the summer. Browse this travel guide to find out why ...

Take a tour among Pelion villages.
Pelion is also famous for its beaches.

PALTSI BEACH
At the south end of Paltsi beach there is a small river ending in the sea.

At the south end of Paltsi beach there is a small river ending in the sea. more ...


TOP HOTELS
1 - AGNANTI HOTEL APARTMENTS
2 - ILIOHOOS
3 - HOTEL VRIONIS
4 - HOTEL GALINI
5 - HARAVGI HOTEL
6 - HOTEL SOFOKLIS
7 - DESPOTIKO
8 - Nefeli Maisonettes
9 - VOLOS PALACE HOTEL
10 - KENTAVROS HOTEL
11 - STOIKOS HOTEL
12 - ARCHONTIKO KANTARTZI
13 - ARHONTIKO THEODORA
14 - DRYALOS HOTEL
15 - ARCHONTICO STAFILOPATI
16 - LEDA HOTEL
17 - AGAMEMNON TRADITIONAL SETTLEMENT
18 - ZISIMATOS PELION
AGIOS LAVRENTIOS
AGIOS LAVRENTIOS

Off the main road to the left lies the village of Agios Lavrentios. It is one of the most beautiful villages of Pelion still retaining the local colou more ...


VILLAGES
- PORTARIA
- MAKRINITSA
- AGIOS LAVRENTIOS
- ALMIROS
- ARGALASTI
- HANIA
- KATICHORI
- MILIES
- MOURESI
- NEA ANCHIALOS
- TRIKERI
- TSAGARADA
- VIZITSA
- ZAGORA
- AFETES
- AGIOS IOANNIS
- NEA IONIA

KAMARI
KAMARI

Kamari is the beach of Keramidi more ...


BEACHES
- POTISTIKA
- PAPA NERO
- MELANI
- PALTSI
- AFISSOS
- HOREFTO
- AI GIANNIS
- AGIOS DIMITRIOS
- DAMOUCHARI
- HORTO
- KALA NERA
- KALAMOS
- LAFKOS
- MILINA
- MILOPOTAMOS
- ALIKES
- AGRIA
- KATIGIORGIS
- KAMARI
Pammegistoi Taxiarches, Milies
Pammegistoi Taxiarches, Milies

This historic church was renovated in 1741 employing unique artistic techniques and featuring remarkable post-Byzantine religious paintings. You can a more ...


WORTH SEEING
- Holy Trinity Church, Trikeri
- Aghios Ioannis Prodromos, Afetes
- Athanasakeion Archaeological Museum of Volos
- Church of Agios Nikolaos, Volos
- Kitsos Makris folklore museum
- The Church of Agios Konstantinos and Helen, Volos
- Evaggelismos Theotokou, Nea Ionia, Volos
- Church of Aghia Triada, Anavros
- Zoodochos Pigi Monastery, Prasouda island
- Pammegistoi Taxiarches, Milies
MAGNESIA HISTORY
MAGNESIA HISTORY

Magnesia was among the first areas in Greece to be inhabited. Archaeologists have brought to light Mesolithic finds from the Sarakinos cave, Neolithic more ...


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- MAGNESIA HISTORY