Notio (South) Pelion is extremely popular and has one of the most stunning and beautiful coastlines in Greece. With the beautiful natural scenery and inspiring landscapes, Notio Pelio is a destination where one can enjoy both relaxing and active holidays throughout the year.
The village of Platanias has a beautiful natural environment and is surrounded by flourishing nature, combining the mountain with the sea and various options for alternative activities and holidays.
There are plenty of historical monuments that visitors can visit, such as the monastery of Agios Spiridon. There are many beautiful churches and monasteries found all over the region, where one can visit and admire the beautiful decorations and artwork inside.
The region is also ideal for those who love nature and trekking. There are many paths that one can follow, passing along inspiring scenery, natural spring waters and where you can enjoy wonderful panoramic views.
Some of the most beautiful and popular beaches in all of Pelion are found here, such as the stunning sandy beach of Mikro, as well as many others.
Whether you are looking for somewhere to simply enjoy the peace and tranquility, or want a holiday filled with fun and adventure, South Pelio has everything one could possibly need.
Beautiful coastal village in Pagasitic Gulf 49 km from Volos and 7 km from Lafkos, Milina is an impressive seasonal center with many picturesque taverns, restaurants and cafeterias. Here you will find calm, picturesque gulfs, unique beaches and crystal clear sea along the coast.
At a distance of 60 km from the city of Volos, at the southernmost edge of the peninsula of Pelion, Platanias offers moments of enjoyment far from stress and the noise of the city. Apart from swimming in very beautiful natural environment, the beach offers a lot of comforts to visitors.
The coast Kalamaki is found in the Aegean and it is the beach of village Propan or Kalamaki as it was renamed recently. The coast has deep waters and rocks in the water, hence it needs attention, but swimming in the crystal clear water is splendid! In the middle of the coast you can find running water that spurs cold through the rocks.
Beach with coarse (chondri) sand, hence the name! Roughly 10 km from Lafkos and the bight that many fishermen live. It is said that this is the bight where the remaining boats of Xerxes’ fleet resorted after they defeated Greeks at cape Artemisio of North Evia in 480 B.