Tsagarada – Mylopotamos

Unbelievable view

Visit Tsagarada Mylopotamos Village Pelion for an unforgettable experience of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and serene Greek village life.

This particularly beautiful village attracts quite a lot of tourists during summertime for it is built in the middle of a chestnut wood forest, offering extremely agreeable climatic conditions and an unbelievable view.

Tsagarada was founded in 1500 and is composed of four lovely settlements formed around the old restored churches of Taxiarches, Agia Paraskevi, Agia Kyriaki and Agios Stephanos, each one housing wonderful wooden carved iconostases. Tsagarada’s most characteristic traits include the large flower garden houses and a huge and imposing one thousand-year-old plane tree located right in the middle of the square of Agia Paraskevi.

In the Aegean side of East Pelion, there is Milopotamos, one of the most famous beaches. Boasting an exotic beauty, it sports golden sands with thin white pebbles and turquoise waters. In the middle of the beach, there is a big rock that continues through the sea seemingly splitting the beach into half. The only point that the two sides connect is through a hole in the rock. It is worth mentioning that the waters of Milopotamos have been steadfastly earning a blue flag award.

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