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"Hahahaha" I laughed out loud to my friend, "Do i look like an old lady with arthritis to visit the mud baths." "Do not be stupid, you don't even know what the mud bath is and what it can do to your body and skin," she answered. My body? My skin? This sustainable workshop of nature with the healing...
Sightseeings, Unique Travel Routes
A really great place that very few know is the Gorge of Aggitis starting from Symvoli village in Serres region and ends at Angista village. A place magical and cool, where blue water springs and one can enjoy dragonflies, bike trails, hiking, airlifts and plenty more. It was a surprise for me!...
Paradise Beaches
I may not be a local resident of Santorini and sometimes overlook some very important beaches that can only be reached by boat but at least I had the opportunity to have Maria's valuable guidance, the semi-local cousin of my mom's, which is passionate about the sea. Maria took me everywhere and...
Delicious Food
If you are not the type of person who likes fancy restaurants, savoir vivre and waiters filling your glass of water every 5 minutes, then you may appreciate our suggestions for tasty treats in Santorini. On this island you can find everything from the most exclusive restaurants to the most...
Things to do
No need to say much about the beauty of Santorini. It is ,after all, the most beautiful island in the Aegean, with it's caldera, caves, prehistoric settlement, it's winding streets, it's pools that pours into the cliffs, Skaros and Imerovigli, unique wines, tomatoes and a thousand other things that...
Paradise Beaches
Starting from the port of Kyllini, which connects the Peloponnese with two beautiful Ionian Islands: Zakynthos and Kefalonia, you can discover an unknown hidden treasure of endless beautiful beaches. Beach Kafkalida named after the Kafkalida isle, which hosts from 1906 the large stone lighthouse 15...
Travel Guides
Our previous visit to Pelion ( read here ) included essentially Tsagarada, Milies, Vizitsa and Mylopotamos villages, so this time we decided to explore the adjacent part of the wonderful land of Pelion. We set our base at the beautiful Damouchari village and visited the nearby villages and beaches...
Accommodation
“Why do they call it "Ghermanikon" i wondered...”. What does, a traditional inn in Damouchari at the East side of mount Pelion, have to do with Germany? My questions were answered one by one just when I arrived in the imposing, two-story stone building of the Guesthouse. The Pelion stone and wood...
Sightseeings
Damouchari is not an ordinary village, its story begins at the dawn of the twentieth century. Most if not all residents and hoteliers of the village are decendants of one man Mr. Apostolos Vainopoulos (their grandfather or great grantfather), who was the only resident of Damouchari back in the...
Things to do
"We'll go to sea kayak," Apostle said one day. He was living right next to us in “Germaniko” hostel that we were staying. His room was also the headquarters of the “Pelion Secrets” that promises outings with sea kayaking, hiking and herb gathering in the beautiful paths of Pelion mountain. Sea...

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