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Discover the top tourist destinations and must-see locations on your upcoming vacation. Consider adding the suggestions below to your agenda by exploring recommended tourist attractions and famous sights.

Platamonas

Platamonas is a picturesque village located on the east coast of the Pieria region in Greece. It is located at the foot of Mount Olympus and overlooks the Aegean Sea, offering guests stunning views of both the mountain and the sea. The village is known for its beautiful beach, which is lined with taverns, cafes and bars, making it a popular destination for tourists. The main attraction in Platamonas is the impressive medieval castle, which dates back to the 12th century and was built by the Franks to protect the area from invading forces. Visitors can explore the castle and its grounds, which offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

Olympus Dion

The area is known for its natural beauty, with Mount Olympus dominating the landscape and the coastline offering stunning sea views. Visitors to Olympus Dion can explore the many historical and archaeological sites in the area, including the ancient city of Dion, which was an important religious center in ancient Greece, and the ruins of the medieval castle of Platamonas. The area is also home to a number of picturesque villages, such as Litochoro, which is located at the foot of Mount Olympus and is a popular starting point for hikers and climbers. Guests at Olympus Dion can enjoy a range of outdoor activities, from hiking and climbing to swimming and water sports.

Leptokarya

The city is known for its stunning natural beauty, with a long sandy beach and crystal clear waters, ideal for swimming and water sports. Guests can also explore the nearby lush forests and hiking trails. The town is home to a number of shops, restaurants and cafes, offering visitors a taste of traditional Greek cuisine and hospitality. During the summer months, the city is a popular destination for tourists from Greece and abroad, with a lively atmosphere and a number of events and festivals taking place.

Traditional settlement of Morna

The village is known for its stunning natural beauty, with lush forests, crystal clear streams and breathtaking views. It is a popular destination for hiking and outdoor activities, with a variety of trails and routes available for visitors to explore. Morna is also home to a number of traditional taverns and cafes, serving delicious Greek cuisine. The nearby archaeological sites of Dion and Vergina offer a glimpse into the region's rich history and culture. It is a hidden gem in the Pieria area, offering a unique blend of natural beauty, outdoor activities and cultural attractions.

The Enipeas gorge

Enipeas is the only river on Olympus with a continuous flow throughout the year. it has its sources in Prionia, and the temperature of its water is just above zero. The gorge of the same name, which flows, starts from Litochoro at the foot of Olympus at an altitude of about 300 meters and ends in Prionia at an altitude of 1100 meters. Greek mythology describes Enipeus as the most attractive river deity and the object of desire of all the gods. But he preferred Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and this made Hera angry. She then turned him into a river in retaliation. Lovers of mountain trails are fascinated by the stunning natural environment that includes impressive steep slopes, ravines and gullies, lush green foliage, picturesque wooden bridges, rapids, crystal clear ponds and small waterfalls.

Makrygialos

Makrygialos in Pieria is a small seaside village located in the area of Pieria, known for its pristine beaches and crystal clear waters. It is located at the foot of Mount Olympus and offers a picturesque landscape that combines sea and mountain views. There are many traditional taverns and cafes serving fresh seafood and local cuisine, as well as shops selling souvenirs and handmade crafts. Makrygialos Pieria is also a popular destination for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling and water sports. The nearby archaeological site of Dios is a must for history buffs as it contains ancient ruins dating back to the Hellenistic and Roman periods.

Waterfalls of Orlia

It is a popular destination for nature lovers and hikers, who come to explore the beautiful wooded area around the stream. The stream descends from Mount Olympus and crosses the gorge of Orlia, creating a picturesque landscape with waterfalls. Visitors can hike the trails that run alongside the stream, enjoying stunning views of the surrounding mountains and lush green landscape. The area is also home to a variety of wildlife, including rare bird species, making it a popular destination for bird watchers. Orlia Falls is a peaceful spot where visitors can relax and connect with nature.

Archaeological Park of Dion

The Archaeological Site of Dio is an ancient city located at the foot of Mount Olympus. It was an important religious center and was dedicated to the worship of the Greek gods, especially Zeus. The site contains many ancient ruins and monuments, including the ruins of an ancient theater, a Roman bath complex, a stadium, and a temple dedicated to Zeus. Many of the artefacts found at the site are now housed in the nearby Archaeological Museum of Dion. The place is open to the public and offers visitors a glimpse into ancient Greek history and culture.

Monastery of Agios Dionysios in Olympus

The New Holy Monastery of Agios Dionysios of Olympus is an amazing religious complex. The monastery was founded at the beginning of the 16th century and was dedicated to Saint Dionysios the Areopagite, who was one of the patron Saints of Olympus. The complex consists of several buildings, including the main church, a bell tower, a library, a guest house and several chapels. The architecture of the monastery is a combination of Byzantine and post-Byzantine styles and its interior is decorated with frescoes and icons dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. The monastery also houses an important collection of ancient manuscripts and books, some of which date back to the 15th century.

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