When one thinks of Volos, the first place that often comes to mind is Mount Pelion.

This mountain boasts moderate levels of wilderness and elevation, with its peak – Stavros – reaching 1,624 meters and stretching for around 50 kilometres. Mount Pelion naturally marks the border between the district of Magnesia and the Aegean Sea.

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