Photos Of Mylopotamos

Nearby Beaches and sights

Agioi Saranta

A truly exotic place is the beach of Agioi Saranda in Pelion. The forest reaches the sandy beach with very small pebbles and the clear blue waters of the Aegean once again challenge you to enjoy them. Characteristic of this beach is the rock called “Kalogeros” where the adventurous climb the rock and dive from the top to the sea.


Fakistra is the second beach that you should definitely visit if you are in Pelion, to admire the landscape of wild natural beauty. The imposing steep cliffs and the beach with the turquoise waters will excite you. To get to Fakistra, you have to walk for 10 minutes on a path.

The 1000 years old plane

This giant plane tree is located in the central paved square of Agia Paraskevi, Tsgarada. This plane tree, which is an attraction and a characteristic point of photography, offers coolness during the summer months.


Damouchari is a small, picturesque and quiet village, consisting of two small bays that are connected by a peninsula on which there are ruins of a castle.

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The North Bay is a harbor with taverns and houses. The South bay has a beautiful beach full of white pebbles and crystal clear waters, which in combination with the neighboring canyon give Damouhari a wild beauty.You can walk to the picturesque paved cobbled streets within the settlement, as well as to the one that starts for Tsagarada, overlooking the deep blue Aegean Sea. From the northern side of Damouchari, you will find the path leading to the beautiful beach of Papa Nero.
It is worth mentioning that Damouchari was part of the shooting of the Hollywood remix of the movie “Mama Mia” with Meryl Strip in the leading role.


Plaka beach is located in eastern Pelion, north of Agios Ioannis. Its main feature is the rich vegetation that reaches the sea.

The old stone arched bridge of Tsagarada

The old stone arched bridge of Tsagarada was built in 1787 and is located in the stream of Mylopotamos. It is said that is the oldest bridge in Pelion and is definitely a cross section of Pelion’s folk architecture in its splendor.