Pelion is full of picturesque and traditional villages perched along dense green mountainsides or boarding the seaside. Here are some of the most attractive villages to visit in Pelion, all with a different style but yet very beautiful.
Some hotels and accommodation are located around these villages.
After you have seen the best Pelion villages, you can also find information about the best beaches.
Guide to 21 villages
Discover our guide to 21 Pelion villages. They are all presented with a detailed description, photos and their location on a map of Pelion. For the most popular ones, we also provide information about sightseeing in the area, a selection of hotels and reviews.
Description: Built amphitheatrically along the slopes of a green mountainside, Makrinitsa is among the most picturesque villages of the region. From the lovely squares, it gives gorgeous views to the port of Volos.
Description: Among the most famous villages of Pelion, Tsagarada amazes visitors with the picturesque architecture and the lovely square.
Description: This is a lovely village in the centre of the peninsula. Surrounded by luch greenery, Milies provides many trekking paths amidst green nature and running waters.
Description: In perfect harmony with the gorgeous natural environment, Vizitsa amazes visitors with the traditional mansions, the picturesque paths and the view to the Pagasetic Gulf.
Description: Portaria is one of the most beautiful villages of Pelion. With traditional architecture and surrounded by lush greenery, Portaria is a popular winter destination of Pelion.
Description: A lovely village amidst lush greenery, Zagora has traditional houses, Byzantine monuments and amazing view to the sea.
Description: A traditional village on the eastern side of Pelion, Kissos is a great base for trekking excursions in the area.
Description: This fishing village has developed a bit over the last years with delicious taverns at the port and family hotels, but it hasn't lost at all the traditional charm. Surrounded by lush greenery, Afissos is a nice family place.
Description: A small seaside village on the southern side of Pelion, Chorto is found in the midway between Argalasti and Milina.
Description: One of the oldest villages on Pelion, Mouresi streches along a lush green region and gives nice view to the Aegean.
Description: A traditional and mountainous village in the centre of the peninsula, Neochori has a lovely square and picturesque quarters.
Description: Perched along a mountainside with gorgeous view to the sea, Pouri is an amazing place for trekking.
Description: A picturesque suburb of Volos, Ano Volos distinguishes for its traditional architecture and its great views to Mount Pelion on one side and the large port on the other.
Description: Located on the southern side of the peninsula, Agia Kyriaki is a lovely fishing village close to Trikeri. Many fishing boats and yachts moor in Agia Kyriaki in summer.
Description: Located on the southernmost spot of Pelion, Trikeri is a traditional village with interesting history and rich culture.
Description: Argalasti is a mountainous village that constitutes an economic centre for the region. The road to the southern side of Pelion passes from this village.
Description: This seaside village in southern Pelion is known for its tourist facilities and the gorgeous sunset.
Location: The village is located 26 km away from volos.
Description: A quiet, picturesque village in Pelion, built on an altitude of 560m.
Description: Chania is the closest village to the ski centre of Pelion. The location gives amazing view to the Pagasetic Gulf and the Aegean Sea.
Description: Stone houses and mansions, picturesque streets and small churches give a special character to this mountainous village.
Description: Keramidi is located at the very edge of Pelion mountain and it gives gorgeous view to the sea.