Pelion is a picturesque mountain range, located on the north-eastern Greece in Thessaly region. It is notable for its traditional colorful villages, pristine forests and beaches, the incredibly delicious local cuisine and a small but cozy home-style hotels.
Pelion stretches from north to south, presenting a crescent, which forms Pagasiysky Bay. Its west side is looking inside the the bay, while Eastern part is facing to Halkidiki and is washed by crystal-clear waters of the Aegean Sea. Since ancient times, the history of this region is closely intertwined with the mythology of bewildered paths once walked by the centaurs (mythical half people half horses), the coolness, the abundance of springs and small waterfalls enjoyed the gods of Olympus, which was the summer residence of Pelion.
Today Pelion is occupied by tourists during all the year: in winter they are skiing and in summer they are engaged in rafting, horseback riding, biking and hiking, at sea - sailing, diving and go in search of sea adventures to nearby islands Sporades (Skopelos , Alonissos and Skiathos).
Features of the region are its hotels - very comfortable small hotels, which are passed on from father to sons for many generations. They embody the centuries-old tradition of hospitality of this region, where even breakfast for you is prepared by mistress herself! It really feels like home.