If you feel like exploring the area of Damouchari and beyond, there is a range of activities, depending on your preferences and interests. No matter how you choose to spend your holidays in Pelion (Pilio) Greece, it’s going to be an exciting and invigorating experience.
Swimming at magnificent Pelion beaches
Crystal-clear waters, lush vegetation, golden stretches of sand – this is what most beaches in Pelion look like, and they are bound to amaze you. The stunning beach at Damouchari is just 40 m. from our Pelion accommodation – its turquoise waters and stark-white pebbles are its signature features. The gently sloping beach is a good option for families with children. At Damouchari there is also a sandy bay with beautiful waters, and many undiscovered coves nearby where you can enjoy swimming and sunbathing far from the traffic and the masses.
Damouchari can also be a great starting point for swimming excursions to other marvelous beaches in Pelion, at a distance of 5 to 25 km from Damouchari. Among the best beaches in Pelion are Agios Ioannis beach, Mylopotamos, Papa Nero, Plaka, Chorefto, Fakistra, Agioi Saranta – all well-organized and sandy, with amazing crystal-clear waters. Rib boat cruises are a great way to discover beautiful beaches at nearby sites and in Skiathos.
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Pelion water sports for all tastes
Water sports enthusiasts will not only enjoy swimming in Damouchari. The rocky bottom of the cove makes it perfect for snorkeling and fishing. If you are into canoeing, don’t miss the chance to explore the beautiful neighbouring coves.
Well-organized beaches along Pelion coasts offer watersports facilities, such as windsurfing, water paragliding, scuba diving, etc. while there are sailing and nautical clubs for sailing lovers.
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Pelion hiking and trekking for nature lovers
Holidays in Pilio are an excellent opportunity to explore unspoiled natural landscapes of unique beauty by foot or mountain bike. There are many fantastic paths around Damouchari and greater Pelion to discover, guiding you from one village to the other through stone paved trails and olive groves, and along inspiring routes lined with century old chestnut trees, beech trees and oak trees. It’s the best way to instantly feel rejuvenated.
Depending on the season you are visiting Pelion, you can arrange a great variety of activities in nature, from mushroom hunting, herb picking and olive harvesting to horseback riding and night-sky watching.
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