Happy is the man
I thought, who, before dying,
has the good fortune to sail the
- Nikos Kazantzakis
Pelion in Greece is a large mountain dotted with traditional villages and exotic beaches and a place of great natural beauty.
Makrinitsa, Portaria, Milies and Tsagarada are the most traditional villages of Pelion, with grey stone roofs, elegant houses and paved paths. On the eastern side of the peninsula, you will find wonderful beaches with exotic blue water. The largest close town is Volos, with a busy port and a small airport that receives only charter flights.
The city of Volos is located at the foot of the peninsula of Pelion and is situated between the country’s capital, Athens, and the second major city, Thessaloniki.
The port of Volos offers daily schedules to the islands of the Sporades: Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonissos.
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