A beautiful drive through the Pelion mountains
Located at the southeastern part of Thessaly in northern Greece, a drive through the Pelion mountain (the Kentavros mountain) is said to be one of the most beautiful journeys on the country.
The road is totally paved. It’s 101 km (62.75 miles) long, running through traditional villages, mountains and the seaside around the Pelion mountain area. The road features countless turns. Ideal time to travel is daylight. Not advised night drive. Plan around 3 hours to complete the drive without any stop.
The scenic road tops out at 1.187m (3,894ft) above the sea level. Some parts of the road can be closed in winters due to heavy snowfalls. The whole route is on small roads starting and ending at Road 34. It’s mostly a loop road, from Volos, a coastal port city to Agria.
Road suggested by: Makis Pouloudis (https://ilovestickers.gr)
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