Main attractions are the Girls' School (donation of Theodore Giorgatzi) built in the late 19th century where the great poet Kostas Varnalis taught the early years of the 20th century, the church of the Holy Apostles (1886) with marble neoclassical bell tower of 45 meters (1914 ) replica of the bell tower of Saint Fotini in Smyrna, the Monastery of St Nicholas of Pau (1732), two kilometers away from Argalasti with post Byzantine and stone arched bridge at the entrance of Argalasti. Finally, if you head to the village Kalamos you will find the monastery of St. Nicholas, built in the 15th century.
Opposite Milina is the islet Alatas where you can visit the monastery of Saranda. There is also the island Prasouda. Finally, don't forget that Milina is one of the best sunset spots of Pagasitikos.
It owes its name to the rich vegetation that reaches the sea of Pagasitikos gulf. Visit the Angelina's Museum inside it features traditional uniforms, books and a rich collection of utensils and objects of everyday life.
Lafkos - Promiri
Visit the basilica dedicated to Virgin Mary, the Fampeio Museum with works of local artist Thanasis Fabas (1922) and the Radio Museum housed in the old primary school in the village Lafkos. In Lafkos you will also find the oldest café in Greece operating from 1785 by Manolis Forlidas, you will find it at the main square of Lafkos. Also visit the Monastery of St. Athanasius decorated with unique beauty, stone reliefs. Promiri is located close to Lafkos and it's worth seeing the stone houses constructed in 1796.
Of course one stop on the roadside to see the Tzasteni bay and colors created are the must visit Southern Pelion with the necessary photos.
Trikeri - Agia Kyriaki
Trikeri is the village with its rich maritime tradition and the many mansions (see map below lying). Visit the church of the Holy Trinity (1793) to find the throne of Napoleon, the Maritime Museum in Koutmani mansion and monastery of Panagia Evangelistria with 100 cells. Worth seeing the traditional shipyard and the traditional fish taverns at Agia Kiriaki.
Built in 1854 by the French Lighthouse Company in Kavoulia cape with the height of the tower that reaches 9 meters and the focal height of 16 meters. It has been characterized by the Ministry of Culture as a historic monument since 2011.