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Pantazi Ammos - pebbles and sand, non-organized.
Potoki - pebbles and sand, non-organized.
Potistika - 1km of sandy beach, a lifeguard and a beach bar at a close distance. One of the most famous beaches in south Pelio. Nearby village Ksinovrisi.
Melani - sandy non-organized beach next to the beach of Potistika.
Liri - pebbles and sand, non-organized.
Paltsi beach image Flickr CC
The first beaches you find after you leave Volos is the beach of Agria, in which you can find fishtaverns and cafe bars next to the sea, Platanidia beach with the ruined Olympian tower and the Neoclassical building of Kontos, Malaki beach with the impressive cave with the inner river that surrounds it, Sikia, Kato Gatzea, Kala Nera (Blue flag beach), Koropi beach, Lagoudi, Afissos and Lefokastro. A large beach with plenty of space and several taverns to eat next to the sea is a famous destination for families in Kala Nera. After you cross the central Pelion beaches you will find the villages and the beaches of southern Pelion such as the villages of Horto and Milina, the bay of Tzasteni with the small beautiful settlement that is reflected in the waters of Pagasitikos and the only road in the area leads us to the village of Kottes, to the villages of Agia Kyriaki and Trikeri, where one can enjoy the view both towards the Pagasitic and the Evoikos gulf.
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Visiting Magnesia prefecture you will find many touristic resorts of all categories, for unforgettable holidays, among the natural beauties of Mount Pelion. Wonderful traditional villages with special architecture sites, and beautiful beaches are included as well. Visitors and tourists can enjoy the combination of sea and mountain, as well as big touristic resorts, small hotels and taverns, and they can explore the whole site every month of the year.
Agios Ioannis – The biggest touristic resort of Pelion, including a great beach with crystal clean water, taverns and beautiful hotels. Find out more about Agios Ioannis.
Horefto and Parisaina – Zagora's sandy beaches, with many options for accommodation and food. At the south side of Horefto beach there is a small port and a camping space (update: campsite is closed) as well.
Papa Nero – Next to Agios Ioannis camping there is a wonderful beach with small pebbles. It is ideal for families with children. According to the local legends, it was named either after a priest that was drawn there, or after the homonymous spring that can be found in the location of Trypia Petra.