I recently spent a week in the village of Horto on the Pelion Peninsular. Although it was slightly off-season I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that it wasn't too touristy. The buildings were very attractive examples of traditional local vernacular architecture - with one very unfortunate concrete monstrosity built in the 1970s. It also benefits from being slightly off the main road - although the wider village straddles both sides of the road. Really liked the food too. In particular I was really impressed by a tavern called [from memory] The Petrina. That name may not be exactly right but their food certainly was, as was the friendly atmosphere. Went there several times.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.