Pelion Greece Pilion PilioPelion ( in Greece ), also called Pilion or Pilio, is a mountain at the southeastern part of Thessaly, with an altitude of 1550 meters, forming a hook-like peninsula between the Pagasetic Gulf and the Aegean Sea. There are twenty-four picturesque villages retain the traditional architecture and construction, with two-storied stone buildings made out of local grey clay, with tall windows and painted ornamentation. Many of the larger mansions have been converted into boutique hotels and hostels. The area is thickly forested, mainly of beech, oak, maple, chestnuts and plane tree groves. There are many springs, gorges and numerous beaches, sandy or pebbly, set among the green slopes. Pelio is considered one of the most popular tourist attraction throughout the year. There are many old stone paths and interesting trails which connect the villages.
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