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MONTHLY ARCHIVES February 2016

Damouchari Beach, Tsagarada, Pelion

Damouchari Beach Pelion: This amazing, natural beach, is situated on the eastern coast of Pelion, just below Tsagarada. Just recently was selected by the Guardian newspaper as the 7th most beautiful beach in the world. It can be reached by boat from Agios Ioannis and Mylopotamos, or on foot from Tsagarada or the Mouresi gorge. […]

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Molyvos

I left my heart in Lesvos! The island of Lesvos is not the one that comes first in our minds when we think of Greece. Yet, is one of my favorites. I visited it, to volunteer on the refugee crisis back in December and I was impressed by its beauty and its raw landscapes! This post […]

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The Folk Museum of Xylagani

The Folk Museum of Xylagani houses important exhibits of the local residents’ daily life of the local residents. The museum is being renovated to include the local habits and modern – time traditions will be soon fully operational.  

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Agrafa, out of the box

I always liked the unpopular destinations, the routes that you will not find in tourist guides and the unknown that will confront after the next turn or behind the next mountaintop. That’s why I love the journey and the destination equally; that’s why I choose different paths to the same destination. In such a path […]

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Trikeri: The naval town!

Overlooking Pagasitikos, the Evian Gulf and the Aegean Sea, built on the edge of the peninsula of Magnesia, it pops up in the corner Trikeri ! The town was built in the early 17th century, before even Pelion was colonized , on a 300 meters rock above the sea, when the population moved from the […]

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Kallithea Canyon

Kallithea and Ag. Loukas are two sections of a canyon near the Village of Kallithea in Peloponnese close to Xylokastro Town. It’s a beautiful canyon with water throughout the year, although during February and March may be dangerous. Ag. Loukas (1.5 km) is less technical, it has only 5 descents with abseils (rappels) and two […]

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The cave of Maronia

Among the settlement of Proskinites and Maronia Municipality at ” Koufos sideways ” , approximately 2000 meters north of the bridge of Platanitis , lies the cave of Maronia known as the ” Cave of the Cyclops “. According to local tradition , this is the cave where the Cyclops Polyphemus lived , and Maronia , […]

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Ancient theatre of Maronia

Sixteen hundred meters off the road that leads to Marmaritsa Beach, on a natural slope, in a place called “Kampana” (Bell), lies the Ancient Theatre of Maronia. The theatre, in its first form, belongs to the Hellenistic Years.  There are only three rows of limestone seats, while it is considered certain that the theatre had […]

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Kalymnos

Situated between Kos and Leros, Kalymnos is the fourth largest island in the Dodecanese. It is surrounded by quiet islets, some inhabited only by sheep and goats, others – like Telendos and Pserimos – with just a few houses and tavernas. The Kalymnian landscape is rocky, its majestic mountain slopes fragrant with thyme, sage and […]

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Siatista, the Treasure City

During the 17th century, people coming from a small town somewhere in the heart of today’s western Macedonia, in Northern Greece, had travelled the Balkans and central Europe, trading leather, furs and saffron and they done it successfully. Soon they opened local managing offices in the capital of Austro-Hungarian Empire, Vienna and they become rich […]

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