Pelion Greece Travel Guide

  The Pelion Peninsula is a beautiful unspoilt region of mainland Greece. This narrow peninsula is located north of Athens and has many small holiday resorts on it’s east and west coast. The west coast resorts enjoy the blue crystal clear waters of the Pagasitikos Gulf and the unspoilt east coast has secluded beaches and coves set amongst rocky inlets, caves and cliffs. The best beaches are found on the east coast and when you need a change from lazing on the beach there are plenty of watersports for you to try including diving, water-skiing, jet-skiing, wind surfing, sailing, canoeing and fishing. A great way to view the Pelion coastline and mountains is by boat, you can even visit the neighbouring Sporades Islands of Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonissos and the off shore islands of Prassouthas and Alatas. Traditional and authentic, the Pelion region is blessed with forests, fruit orchards, lush green valleys and meandering streams. The resort of Koropi is probably the most tranquil of al