Pelion Tour, route Mylopotamos - Paltsi
3. Route: Mylopotamos, Neohori, Afetes, Kopopi, Lefokastro, Argalasti, Kalamos, Potistika, Melani, Paltsi, Mourtias
Tsagarada - Mylopotamos 7.5 km
A cluster of rocks splits the majestic seashore of Mylopotamos with white pebbles and turquoise waters, while a passage between the rocks connects the two beaches.
On the other side of Mylopotamos, the waters of the river flowing to the sea, give a wild beauty to the landscape.
The strong winds of the Aegean have sculpted the rocks of Mylopotamos, where the thinking is left to the magic sound of the waves as they are hitting with power over the sand.
Volos – Neohori 37 km.
It is a village that its boundaries stretch from Pagassitikos to Aegean.
It has a wonderful orientation, wonderful climate and a unique multi-level square, the entrance of which is adorned by the imposing church of Agios Dimitrios.
Volos - Afetes - 31km
The village is built over Afissos and has a panoramic view to Pagassitikos.
The dewy "Love Square", the church of the Baptist and the three stone arch bridges in the area causing the interest of visitors.
Volos - Koropi - 21km
Settlement of Milies in a small fertile valley next to the sea.
The name comes from the oracle of Apollo Koropeos (7th century BC.).
Famous are its oxlips, “ia” for the ancients, which at the end of winter are flooding its fields.
Volos – Lefokastro 30 km
Picturesque seaside village, where ancient and medieval findings indicate the existence of an old and big city.
It has beautiful beaches and is ideal for a quiet summer holiday.
Attraction is the restored stone bridge of Lefokastro.
Volos – Argalasti 40 km.
Big village in South Pelion, built on a fertile plateau. Important commercial center with a rich intellectual tradition, Argalasti has a station and is a passage to the shores of Aegean and Pagassitikos.
Excellent example of architecture of the early last century is the steeple clock of Holy Apostles’ church.
Volos – Kalamos 46 km.
The village is built along a long beach.
By boat or on foot, one can approach many deserted beaches with white pebbles.
A small river that flows into the shore is creating a channel into which the ships and the fishing boats are secured. From this channel comes the old name “Kanalos”, which in time turned into “Kalamos”.
Volos – Potistika 51 km.
The endless beach of Xinovrysi is divided into small and larger beaches by the towering cliffs.
The area attracts fishermen of any kind of fish, who, from this magic Aegean beach, "stretch" their nets to the coasts of the Northern Sporades.
Volos – Melani 54 km.
Next to Potistika with a cluster of rocks to separate the two beaches, is the magical Melani that got its name from the dark blue color of its clean waters.
Volos – Paltsi 53 km.
Small village with rich vegetation and a heady beach that touches heaven.
Volos – Mourtias 64 km.
“I’m seeking the statues left by your body in the sea. Perfect and unfamiliar as the words I dare to say.” (N. Tsaknis)
- Volos, Makrinitsa, Anakassia, Portaria, Hania, Ski-center, Zagora, Veneto (Spilies), Chorefto
- Agii Saranta, Puri, Agios Dimitrios, Kissos (church of Agia Marina), Agios Ioannis, Papa Nero, Tsagarada, Mouresi, Fakistra, Damouhari, Lambinou
- Mylopotamos, Neohori, Afetes, Kopopi, Lefokastro, Argalasti, Kalamos, Potistika, Melani, Paltsi, Mourtias
- Katigiorgis, Lafkos, Chorto, Milina, Kastri, Platanias, Tzasteni, Agia Kyriaki, Old Trikeri, Trikeri
- Milies, Vyzitsa, Pinakates, Drakeia, Kato Gatzea, Kala Nera, Platanidia, Afissos, Agios Georgios of Nilia, Agios Lavrentios, Ano and Kato Lehonia, Agria