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Agios Georgios Nilias Pelion
Agios Georgios Nilias of Magnesia is old village of Pelion. Formerly an independent community. In 1998, he became municipal district of Miles, and since 2011 he joined the South Pelion.Agios Georgios Nilias is built at an altitude of 700 m. In a hillside location overlooking Pagasitikos, about 20 km. East of Volos, between St. Blaise and Pinakates.According to the 2011 census, the inhabitants of the
Agios Ioannis Pelion
A Cosmopolitan holiday resort on Eastern Pelion, Agios loannis lies above a unique beach of pearl like pebbles.Emerald coloured water and red roofs which are lost in the deep green of slopes complete the charming scene Touched on either side by the unique natural beauty of the beaches called - Plaka and Papa-Nero, Agios loannis constitutes a center of attraction for - thousands of visitors.It has several
Agios Lavrentios Pelion
The Saint Lawrence is a village in the prefecture of Magnesia. Is built on the southern slopes of Pelion at an altitude of 600 m. And 19 km. East of Volos, between Drakeia villages and Agios Georgios. Near the village flows the torrent Vrychonas.Today, St. Lawrence remains one of the villages of Pelion, but, like all the villages of the region, has begun to decline both economically and in population.
Afisos Pelion
Afissos is a lovely summer as well as winter resort about 25 km from Volos, on the foot of the Southern side of Mount Pelion by the sea. It is amphitheatrically built amidst olive groves, it is well organized with tourist facilities but it has retained all its traditional charm. The village’s white houses are located on the mountain slope and view the Pagasetic Gulf . This way the entire village
Volos is a city in Thessaly, built in Pagasitiko Bay, near the site of ancient Iolkos foothills of PelionSome of the attractions of Volos is:The Castle of Volos in today's Old Quarter in the western sector of the city, built in the 6th century century. In the district of the Old and multiplex Village's underground garage can admire the impressive exalted by the Archaeological Service Roman Baths.The
Among the most known and traditional villages of Pelion Vizitsa. A conservation village which has all the elements that compose the genuine Pelion landscape.Beautifully clean footpaths starting from the village lead through wonderful natural landscapes in neighboring villages and beaches. There is a path that leads to the Apple trees, the train station and a very beautiful route starts from the church
Zagora Pelion
Zagora: The biggest village and the one with the greatest history in Eastern Pelio, spread on a bright green and sun-drenched side of the mountain, is divided in four big quarters (Agia Paraskevi or Perahora, Agia Kyriaki, Agios Georgios, Sotira). According to one version, its name comes from the Slav "za-gora", which means "behind the mountain".
Kala Nera Pelion
KALA NERA is not only a place for summer holidays but it also provides hospitality and service all year around, especially in winter when available accommodation on Mount Pelion is limited. The little village of Kala Nera is the ideal base for excursions in the mountains.In the south-western foothills of Mount Pelion, the mountain of the Centaurs, 18 km from the city of Volos, you will find the village
Makrinitsa Pelion
Makrinitsa is a traditional settlement of the Municipality of Volos, Thessaly. Feature mansion Makrinitsas is Topali mansion built in 1844 and is now used as a folklore museum. The building is three-storey fortified residence, with battlements and defensive turret on the roof. The manor was given to the community of Makrinitsa from family Topali in 1932 to house the folklore museum, which today has
Milies Pelio
Milies, one of the most picturesque villages of the mountain of the Centaurs, starting point of the famous "Moutzouri" the little train that goes through a beautiful drive up the Upper Lechonia.The main square is the meeting point for locals and visitors, with large trees to give shade to those who choose to drink coffee or eat in traditional tavernas-cafes. Perimeter there are many important buildings
Milina Pelio
The picturesque fishing village Milina stretches out in front of the Pagasitic Bay and has a magnificent view at the blue water. The area has all the ingredients for a memorable holiday at the Pelion Peninsula.For those wild nights you can also find a disco. The nightlife of Milina is interesting, especially during the summer season. Many festivals take place with traditional Greek music and dance.
Mouresi Pelio
 Another Pelion gem, 3 klm north of Tsagarada.Mouresi has a stunning view of the sea and the mountains. On a clear day one can see Halkidiki and the sunrise behind Mount Athos. Mouresi overlooks a deep valley whose great beauty is known only to the few lovers of nature, the initiates, who have sought out a guide to take them down the deep recesses of the ravine where two cascading streams
Portaria Pelion
Portaria, located on Mount Pelion, is one of the most beautiful and traditional villages of Central Greece. The beautiful natural scenery, the cool springs, traditional houses and quaint cobbled streets, make Portaria one of the few areas in the heart of Greece, where the visitor can find peace and tranquility.Portaria is ideal for holidays throughout the year. Just 13 km. From luminescent and at an
Tsagarada Pelion
The emerald of Pelion and best known village to Greeks and foreigners alike. It is located on the north-eastern side of the mountain at an elevation of 500 meters.Tsangarada is a sprawling village extending over 5 klm along the main road. Because of the lush vegetation most of the village is invisible.Tsangarada is blessed with rich history, a maze of cobbled mule-tracks, alleyways, paths and roads
Horto Pelio
The traditional coastal village of Horto, is situated on the west side of the Pelion Peninsula, overlooking the beautiful Pagasitic Gulf. Horto is just 46km from the city of Volos, and is very easy to reach, as you travel along the coast.The sea waters here are perfect, and offer a perfect place for a refreshing swim during the hot summer months. There are also several other beaches within easy reach
Hania Pelio
Hania is a magical place in winter and summer. The colors change every season and there are many who believe that it is a place blessed. They are passing the eastern Pelion overlooking the city of Volos in the western part of facing the Aegean Sea.In the old days was the respite station and refueling of merchants and travelers, who found accommodation in Chania, from where came the name of the village.Hania

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    Folk Art and History of Pelion

    The Folk Art and History Museum is located in Pelion Makrinitsa housed in a traditional building of 1844. It is a three-storey, stone-built, with strong fortress character, with battlements and defensive turret on the roof, armored door and secret caches. The museum building was designated landmark in 1985 and fully restored in 1994.

    The exhibits more than 1500 and including a series of murals folk painting of mansions from the 18th and 19th century the area of ​​Pelion, a rich collection of old photographs of the century, small items of ecclesiastical art, bronze, wood and ceramic household utensils , historical relics of Makrinitsa as the banner of the 1878 Revolution, icons equipment distillation raki, etchings, traditional costumes of Pelion, woolen textiles and "rugs", spinning and weaving equipment.

    The objective is to present the warm atmosphere of old mansions, but also to present all items in the area.