Tsaggarada is the most famous Pelion village in Greece. Located on the northeastern side of the mountain at an altitude of 500 meters.
From this height has a magnificent view of the Aegean sea. The sunrise of Tsaggarada and the full moon is Pelion wonders that leave the visitor astonished.
Miracles are unrepeatable. So rightly named Tsagarada in Slavic means “beautiful view”.
Tsagarada is a large village which gives the impression of being built along the ring road for homes that appear on both sides of the road occupied by a distance of 5 km.
The fact is that the village is hidden inside dense flora. The residential area extends mainly to the foot of the mountain and in the various beaches.
It consists of four districts: the Holy Taxiarches, Agia Paraskevi where is the capital of the village of Mouresi, Agios Stefanos and St. Sunday.
The beaches of Milopotamos, Fakistra, Karavostasia and Damouhari offer to tourists unforgettable emotions.
Tsagarada consists of four neighborhoods, which took its name from the temples at their respective squares.
As we come from Xourihti will first enter the district of St. Archangels, then to that of Ag. Paraskevi .
Then we will pass the junction for the district of St. Sunday and finally switch over from the district of St. Stephen.
You will visit the square of Ag. Paraskevi, where the namesake church in 1719.
The entire square shaded by a huge tree said that is 1,000 years old. The perimeter of the base reaches 14 m. A large branch weighs several tons.
Prettier but we consider the square of Ag. Taxiarches, where the namesake church in 1746. There is a huge tree which is said that is 800 years old . The perimeter of the tree is 17 m. In the square, there is a beautiful traditional marble fountain with four spouts.
You should go to the bridge of Tsagarada.
Located at the southern entrance of Tsagarada . As you leave the village on our left, just 20 m. Before the sign Tsagarada. You will descend the street and three minutes after you will arrive.
Built in 1787 and below it flows the torrent Mylopotamos.
Mylopotamos is one of the most famous beaches of Pelion.
To get there you start from the Ag. Paraskevi and downhill 7 km.
A rock cluster splits the seashore Mylopotamos with turquoise waters, and a passage between the rocks connects the two beaches.
On the other side of Mylopotamos the torrent of water flowing to the sea, give a wild beauty to the landscape.
The wild winds of the Aegean, have sculpted the rocks of Mylopotamos.
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One of the most beautiful trails of Pelion is than one which connects Tsagarada to Damouchari. For those who love hiking can be an unforgettable experience.
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