A hidden gem in Greece


Visit Pelion Peninsula, a hidden gem in Greece






Pelion Greece is a mountainous peninsula located in Thessaly, in the central part of the country, and thanks to its diverse landscapes, is a wonderful destination for summer and winter holidays, where this charming Greek destination is characterized by the splendor of plants from olive and pine to apple orchards with some of the best walking paths in In the winter, Pelion offers some of the best skiing areas in the country and also boasts some of the most beautiful villages throughout Greece, making it a diversified destination that will satisfy all tastes of tourists during Greece's tourism trip.



If you want to discover one of the most beautiful hidden gems in Greece, away from the crowded tourists, consider a trip to the Pelion Peninsula, which lies between Athens and Thessaloniki.



The Pelion area is very fertile and green, with plenty of beautiful nature to explore, including the splendor of hiking opportunities, wonderful beaches, and unique rock cliffs. You will also find some of the best food in Greece, where the area is famous for its delicious cuisine, so if you come to Pelion just to eat, You will not be disappointed.


Things to do in Pelion, Greece



Rowing



Rowing

If you like to play sports while traveling, you will enjoy a canoeing cruise along the coast of Pelion, Greece, especially the splendor of the sparkling landscape among the clear, clear waters and the wonderful climate.


Long walks



Long walks


Hiking in Pelion is one of the best tourist activities to enjoy, especially around Mount Pelion in the northern part of the peninsula. The dense and lush forests are stunningly beautiful and await to be explored. This wonderful tour gives you the chance to relax.


Many of the small towns of Pelion are linked by hiking trails, making this tour an incomparable journey to get around and discover all the cities on foot.

The food is delicious




The food is delicious


Food in Pelion is known throughout the country as the best. In particular, you can expect to taste some amazing seafood and small dishes based on organic produce and fresh vegetables.


As the food is highly appreciated in the Pelion Peninsula, it's a good idea to attend a cooking lesson while you are there. -You will learn how to use all these things to prepare delicious regional dishes and memorable family recipes.


Go sailing



Go sailing


The closest island to the Pelion Peninsula is the island of Skiathos, which you can reach from the port of Volos, knowing that the water around this island is a great place to go sailing.



You can also take a day trip to Skiathos from Pelion, Greece, but if you are thinking of doing so, you may want to take a night trip, where Skiathos is famous for its wonderful nightlife.

Explore the beaches



Agios Ioannis, Pelion


Agios Ioannis, Pelion

This is one of the most famous beaches in Pelion, which is located in a beautiful seaside resort town surrounded by greenery and natural beauty.

Chorefto



Chorefto is another famous city and beach in Pelion. The water here is calm and scenic, set against the backdrop of charming houses and lush greenery that add an attractive atmosphere to this wonderful beach.

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