what can we do????
It is time to explore and sense Pelion
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Aren't you hungry now? let's go to eat
You’re invited to have a taste from the traditional Greek palette
In the village of Zagora
Niki or Meintani - local tavern, home-cooked food
O Patis - a local tavern
Tempelchanio - appetizers and tsipouro (local drink)
At Chorefto beach
Sevach - a tavern serving fish and tsipouro
To Kyma - a local tavern
Petros - a tavern on the beach
In the village of Pauri
Polydroso - tavern and coffee
Makis - tavern for food and grilled meat
At Analipsi beach
Plymari - tavern on the beach
In the village of Anilio
H Plateia - local tavern, home-cooked food
On Mylopotamos beach
Aggelika - a tavern serving meat and fish
In the city of Volos
Svolos - a restaurant
Taki Oikonomaki 68 str.
Mouseio-Eklektopoieio - pizza, hamburger etc.
To filarakis - appetizers and tsipouro (local drink). Krokiou 54 str.
Sail sail away...
Sailing to the nearby islands
It is recommended to take a cruise from the Volos port to one of the nearby islands, which are: Skiathos, Skopelos, and Alonissos. To check the schedules of cruises from the port of Volos click here. There is no need to purchase sailing tickets in advance. The duration of the voyage to Skopelos is approximately 3 and a half hours by ferry and two and a half hours by car.
The ferry stops at Skiathos, the closest island to Pelion, before continuing to Skopelos and Alonissos, before finally returning to Volos in Pelion.
Skiathos is the most popular and cosmopolitan island. It has an international airport, and charter flights arrive daily from European countries during the summer months. Skiathos has more than 60 beaches including the famous beaches of Coconaris and Banana Beach. This is a place suitable for tourists who are looking for interactions with urban places and not just travelling to places where there are few people. The central city has a lively nightlife, and a variety of taverns and restaurants that serve Italian, Chinese, and more.
Skopelos is a very green and mountainous island. It has several beautiful beaches with turquoise water, and many hiking trails. The main town on the island is very authentic and built in a traditional architectural style. One of the town’s most recognizable features is the 120+ tiny churches painted in white and located on almost every street.
Alonissos is the most remote and least populated island. There are places where there is still no electricity and running water, and of course, many isolated and magical beaches. From the island, you can take a short cruise to a marine nature reserve where you can see rare animals, including a special breed of seal. This island is especially fitting for nature lovers, and for those looking for more quiet places.