Tsagarada, in the heart of Pelion

The homeland of the Centaurs and the summer residence of the 12 Olympian gods is adorned by a multitude of traditional picturesque villages. One of the most beautiful and famous villages is Tsagarada. Let's see why.

Zagora in Pelion

Zagora. Drowned in the green of the mountain and the blue of the sky and the Aegean.

The beautiful Zagora is the largest and definitely one of the most beautiful villages Pelion as it spreads on a green slope from which the visitor is generously offered the view of the deep blue Aegean Sea.

Vyzitsa in Pelion.

H Vizitsa is a beautiful village of Pelion at an altitude of 500 meters and at a distance of only 30 kilometers from the capital of the prefecture of Magnesia, Volos.

Pelion train, the legendary Moutzouris

The legendary Moutzouris before entering the station of Milia, Pelion.

Photos from the traditional train of Pelion, the legendary Moutzouri, the De Chirico Bridge and the Railway Station on Apple trees of Pelion.

Portaria: the beautiful gate to Pelion


Portaria is probably the most famous and tourist village of Pelion. This is due to the traditional beauty of the settlement but also to the fact that it is located just 12 km from Volos.

Summer Pelion and beaches

The enchanting beach of Agioi Saranda on the green slopes of Pelion. (click to view full size photo)

Photos from summer Pelion. Beaches Mylopotamos, Saints Saranda and Plaka as well as summer snapshots from its famous squares Τσαγκαράδας and Βυζίτσας