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Mount Pelion

Greece
+30 2426 031181
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4-Day Private Tour from Athens: Pelion Peninsula with Thermophylae and Meteora
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  • Very good13%
  • Average1%
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“beaches” (50 reviews)
“volos” (24 reviews)
“villages” (24 reviews)
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Greece
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+30 2426 031181
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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

1  Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 11 May 2017

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

Thank Paul M
Reviewed 11 April 2017

from east to west breathtaking beaches, crystal water, fresh food + olive oil, civilized people, fascinating mountain ... go to see

Thank doru a
Reviewed 25 January 2017

I visit Pelion every year. It is a hidden gem in Greece. It is not easy to get to which is why it retains so much of its authentic character. You will feel like you have stepped back in time visiting the villages in Pelion....More

4  Thank Wishflower
Reviewed 8 December 2016

beautiful beaches without crowd of people, peaceful place and a small lovely village with excellent restaurants

Thank Danijela S
Reviewed 7 September 2016

Mount Pelion was a total surprise for me. The mountain is majestic, covered by huge sweet chestnut and plane trees, with apple and pear trees further down and, at sea level, olive groves which stretch right down to the water. At the top there is...More

2  Thank ElizaTowns
Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile

Do NOT miss the chance to visit some of the most iconic landscapes and idyllic beaches you will ever see. Perfect for calm easygoing holidays or adventure enthusiasts, the mountain offers breathtaking landscapes and crystal clear waters.

Thank Keramidas D
Reviewed 4 September 2016

Mount Pelion offer the traveller everything imaginable. The area has astounding natural beauty, infinite variety and is suitable for visiting all year round. In the summer its beaches rival the very best in Greece, while at the same time it's possible to escape to the...More

1  Thank Frixos
Reviewed 3 September 2016

stayed for 1 night in Portaria on our way to Thessaloniki- what an amazing place and excellent traditional food.

1  Thank PeterMaria
Reviewed 12 August 2016

I have visited Pelion many times in the past years. We always go to Lafkos to stay there in a house of friends. Pelion is an area protected by the EU for it's unique fauna and flora. You can go into the mountains or enjoy...More

1  Thank Sam L
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Heading4thehills
Do you need a car to properly visit this area? Where is the best place to stay if you are not planning on renting a car (ie, to still have beach and also forest access).
12 July 2016|
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Response from Paul B | 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
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orFoe
Is there anywhere locally I can buy walking maps of the Pelion?
17 May 2015|
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Response from riflexioni | Reviewed this property |
Hi/Ciao I'm bought a general map of Pelion in a supermarket on the way Volos-Potistika (my final destination). But I remember to see kiosque and bookshop that sell walking maps. Surely in Volos you can find maps. I suggest... More
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