Monasteries and ancient sites
The Christian-Orthodox region offers a colorful variety of monasteries. There is so much zu discover – ranging from the beautiful Monastery of Efraim to the breathtaking Meteora rocks near Kalambaka. Beautiful constructions, most of them are still inhabited.
Some of the oldest monasteries and ancient sites of Greece are located here. They are relics of past cultures – an important part of human history! This is where Aristotle was born. Not far away from our hotel beach, you can visit the ruins of Pydna, the last capital of Macedonia and port city of Alexander the Great. Even Apostle Paul has left his significant traces.
Wherever you go, you will meet kind and open people and spot idyllic places of calm. And if you're longing for some city life, you can visit Katerini and Thessaloniki by car.
Places worth seeing
The Monastery of Dionysios is located at the Aliakmon Canyon and inhabited by five monks. This destination rewards its visitors with an impressive scenery.
The comparatively young Monastery of Efraim was built in 1983. Its beautiful architecture and the colorful garden make it a special place worth seeing.
24 beautiful monasteries, built on the enormous Meteora rocks. This is a real marvel made by nature and man. With a breathtaking view you will never forget!
The nuns and monks of Prodromos live a life close to nature. Some of its inhabitants are rather calm, others love to talk about all the world and his wife.
This ancient site has its own museum and an archaeological park. A cultural excursion can be combined with an ensuing bath at the waterfall nearby.
The ruins of Pydna date back to pre-Christian times and are located close to our hotel beach. This is where Alexander the Great left for his conquering expeditions.
The capital of Macedonia and the biggest university city on the Balkan: Thessaloniki has a beautiful architecture and numerous museums and malls.
Visit the tomb of Philipp II., the father of Alexander the Great. In an underground museum you can admire the beautiful grave goods and learn about Greek history.