An astonishing museum of natural beauty, unique in Greece, waits for its visitors just a short distance from Volos port. The rich vegetation, the running waters, the stone mansions and the immense beaches compose a unique in variety landscape, splendid colours of grate charm exceed each ones imagination.
Pelio is said to be the ground of Kentayros, resisting with passion in time and in the sirens of modern way of life. Well known, it assembles thousands friends during the year. Despite its cosmopolitan side however, still keeps many of its secrets in unknown paths and concealed beaches, lost in the depth of steep rocks.
Tsagarada is the most popular village and capital of the Municipality of Mouresi. A place full of the magic of Pelio's nature, ideal for walks along the labyrinthine stone-paved mule tracks and paths, for mountaineering and various sports. Particularly in the summer period, visitors can participate in various festivals and cultural events, that promote the local "colours" and create an atmosplere of relaxation and entertainment.
In two adjacent plots of 10000 sq.m in total, in the way to Mylopotamos village, with a beautiful view to the sea, Bendora SA will construct 28 independent residencies of 70-150 sq.m using externally ecological materials as stone and wood in order to coexist in harmony with nature, while providing internally every comfort for a pleasant stay all around the year. Each residence will have complete autonomy with self heating, central satellite antenna, air conditioning and fireplace. Particular attention will be paid in the shapement of the surroundings and especially for the parking spaces that will be underground. The access in the residences will be made by elevators. Also all the verandas will have immense view to the sea.
Drossofylla' s been designed for the fans of Pelio's landscape, for the lovers of long walks through inexperienced paths, in places of unique beauty, having always by your side and literaly under your own feet Pagastitikos Sea.
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