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Ευρυδικη is offering accommodations in Zagora. Featuring a shared lounge, this 3-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom. Guests can enjoy mountain views. Very clean accommodation, warm and cozy, friendly and helpful staff, super tasty breakfast.
Located in the picturesque Zagora, Vera's Traditional House offers traditional accommodations within 66 feet of the main village square. We loved everything about Vera's Traditional House and the area. Beautiful, very friendly people. Incredible trees and nature. The rooms were very clean and comfortable. The owners are just great people and very helpful and caring. The kids loved it there too. More then enough space for them to tire themselves out. There are a lot of lovely friendly cats in the area, which are a huge happy thrill for children. When we go back to Zagora....and we WILL be going back....we hope to be staying at Vera's again. That was really relaxation....and we enjoyed our time there so much..............
Located 492 feet from the central square of Zagora, Muses Country House offers traditionally decorated space with a fireplace and views of the Aegean Sea. Very kind, helpful host with hints and tips about the localities. Privacy and quiet. Stunning views. The place has unique character professionally preserved.
Housed in a traditionally-built mansion, Guest house Kapaniaris is located in picturesque Zagora Village of Pelion, within 4.3 mi from sandy Chorefton Beach. Everything was just perfect! Our room on the top floor had amazing view, it was very clean and cozy! The breakfast was superb! Each day different, but every day homemade!
Located in Zagora, 1.2 mi from Chorefto Beach, Φιλυρέα - Ενοικιαζόμενα Δωμάτια features accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. all was very good, we had great time ,the room was so butifule , clean and with everything you need ,we will defently visit again.
On average, 3-star hotels in Zagora cost $56 per night, and 4-star hotels in Zagora are $0 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Zagora can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
It is not so accessible so there are not hordes of tourists. It is a perfect family vacation for those that like the comfortable simple slow life with lovely nature, spacious beaches, great food and the outstanding hospitality of the Greek population in the region.
Zagora was a cute little village to start our trip through the Pelion Villages. The road to get to Zagora is certainly full of twists and turns. The streets are narrow so walking would be advisable in town. We had the best service at one of the few restaurants open during off season.
The staff was great, room very comfortable & the surroundings lovely. It's on the hill, the road there is full of bends but with plenty of character. The seaside is beautiful. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay
Zagora is a typical greek village. If you want to live among them, this is the place where you should be. It has that rural feeling, with very traditional food, which is great, but if you are looking for a modern look of the greeks, you should search something else. The closest city is at 1h with car and the roads aren't the easieast for the car. In the afternoon you dont have too many options for the frre time. Either you stay on the beach or in the room. it's worth a visit if you want to disconnect from everyday life and have a total relaxation.
Zagora was overall more beautiful than I had initially imagined! The landscapes were really picturesque and it combined a crystal-clear sea with scenic fonts in the mountainous spots amazingly. The nearest beaches are Chorefto and Agioi Saranta, about 8-11 km far from the centre of Zagora. However, one should be very careful of the roads, which are quite dangerous at various spots with tricky turns. The food was fairly tasty and the people accommodating enough. All in all, you should take the time to explore and discover as many well-hidden mysteries of the place as possible!
Zagora is a mountain village surrounded by apple orchards and dense green woods. In the summer, it is a haven of cool weather. The views down to the sea are great; the food in the several tavernas (especially Thraka and Patis) is inventive, well prepared, and good value. The central plateia, of Agios Giorgios, is one of the most picturesque in Greece. The several churches spread through the village are distinguished by quite incredible carved wooden iconostases, which are well worth a look. Nearby, a half-hour bus ride, is the gorgeous beach, Chorefto, where the water is (usually, but not always) calm and warm. With a friendly, family-oriented atmosphere both Zagora and Chorefto are great destinations for anyone who wants a quite, restful break, with opportunities for hiking. For the car-less (like us), getting to Zagora by bus depends on making connections with the very few buses from the regional capital, Volos. Taxis are possible, but expensive (Euro 60). Still, Zagora is worth the trouble.
Modern Design and feel of home Suitible for famalies Great electric devices Great pool and garden
Friendy owner and staff, great breakfast, great advice about attractions and trip in the area
Everything was perfect: cleaning, view, people, service.
View, location, breakfast, big room with terace