Thessaly

Trikala

Information about Trikala Trikala, including the western part of the fertile plain of Thessaly, is a place filled with pleasant surprises  and gives its visitors  the opportunity  to enjoy wonderful naturalist, cultural and religious holidays. It is an ideal place for active, adventure and sports holidays (walking, climbing, skiing, trekking, mountain biking, kayak-conoefng, etc.) as […]

Paleo Trikeri Island

Information about Paleo Trikeri Island (Area: 2.5 sq.km. – Island summit: 109m) Pateo Tiferi is a small island which lies at the entrance to the Pagasitic Gulf, just opposite (1 nautical mile) the extreme south-west end of the Pelion peninsula. It consists of a few olive-covered low hills and a fringe of small beaches and […]

Portaria in Pelion

Information about Portaria The Municipality of Portaria  is comprised of four picturesque villages  surrounded in green: Portaria, Alii Meria,  Katihori and Stagiates. Portaria, at an altitude of 650 meters, is  1 3 kms from Volos and 1 2  kms from the ski center. All the municipal districts offer amazing views of Volos and the Pagasitikos  […]

Magnesia

Information about Magnesia The Prefecture of Magnesia occupies the east side of Thessaly, encompassing the peninsula of the same name which ends in cape Ttikeri and encloses the Pagasitic (Paga- siukos) Gulf in its embrace. Its boundaries extend to the Northern Sporades Islands of Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonnissos. The history of this part of Greece is […]

Karditsa

Information about Karditsa One of the four Districts of Thessaly, whose  characteristic feature is the beauty resulting from the contrast between the massif in the south-west and the plain in the north-eastern part. There are remains from the neolithic period, from the Hellenistic, Byzantine and late Byzantine tradition up to the modem times. Discovering Karditsa […]

Thessaly

Information about Thessaly Thessaly, in Greek Thessalia, is the geographical department that occupies the central section of mainland Greece. It  is surrounded  by  high mountain ranges encircling a low plain. It borders Macedonia to the north, Central Greece (Sterea Ellada) to the south, Epirus to the west and its eastern shoreline is on the Aegean. […]

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