BEACHES

The Pelion peninsula has been blessed with some of the most beautiful and unique beaches in Greece. All around the coastline, you will find a wonderful selection of beaches, offering you the perfect setting to enjoy your summer holidays in Pelion. With the blue waters of both the Aegean Sea on the eastern coast, and the Pagsitic Gulf on the southern part of the peninsula, you will never have too much trouble trying to find a beautiful beach. There are sand beaches, as well as white pebble beaches. We are confident that you will easily be able to find the type of beach you are looking for.

Below you will information about some of the most popular and beautiful beaches in Pelion, just only 30min by car from our hotel:

Papa Nero Beach

The beach of Papa Nero is a lovely sandy one, where the greenery and mountains stretch down to the sea. It is a very peaceful and enjoyable beach.

Agios Ioannis Beach

The large sandy beach of Agios Ioannis is a very popular beach on the eastern side of Pelion, and the coastal town itself is a very popular holiday resort in Pelion.

Plaka Beach

Plaka beach is located in east Pelion between the beaches of Agion Saranta and Ai Giannis. Clean crystal blue waters, lush vegetation reaching up to the sea and basic organization are among them. The beach has small pebbles of all colors, from white and semitransparent to grey and black and can be found till the first few meters of the sea’s floor, after that great craggy stones exist. 

 

A little bit far away you can find

Milopotamos Beach

In the Aegean side of East Pelion is Milopotamos, one of the most famous and picturesque beaches attracting every year thousands of visitors during summer months. Its exotic characteristics are the golden sand combined with thin white pebbles and the turquoise waters. At the middle of the beach is a big rock that continues through the sea and seems to be splitting the beach into half. The only point that the two sides connect is through a hole in the rock. Worth mentioning is that the sea in Milopotamos has earned for years the blue flag award for its clean waters.

Agioi Saranta Beach

Agioi Saranta beach got its name from the homonymous church (Holy Forty) that exists in the area, the beach is located south of Chorefto, 600m from its beach. It is a large coast with thin sand and thin white pebbles. As most Aegean beaches it has turquoise waters that captivate every visitor and gives it an exotic charm. This exotic scenery is completed with the surrounding rocks that offer shade to the many summer visitors. The most distinctive rock is the “Monk” called so because the shape resembles that of a stooped monk. It is the area’s trademark and is used by the daring ones for diving.

 and on the other side on Pagasetic gulf you can find

Kala Nera Beach

The sandy beach of Kala Nera extends in front of the homonymous settlement. Its clean tranquil Pagasetic waters have been awarded several times with the blue flag while the many amenities including sunbeds, umbrellas, beach bars and watersports make it a definite choice to its many visitors ranging from young people to families.

Kalifteri Beach

The beach of Kalifteri is located in the entrance of Afissos and impresses with its golden sand, the calm shallow sea and its cosmopolitan atmosphere. Visitors who prefer it for varying reasons often occupy the long coast. It has a great infrastructure with umbrellas and sunbeds along with several beach bars and a choice of many watersports such as waterski, banana tow or canoe. 

 

 

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