Beaches TSAGARADA (Village) ZAGORA-MOURESI - GTP - Greek Travel Pages

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Blue Flags 2001

Papa Nero Beach

MOURESSI (Village) ZAGORA-MOURESI
  This is one of the most long beaches of the Eastern Pelion, covered with sand and pebbles, attracting many tourists each year who may reach it either from the neighboring Agios Ioannis or through the Periphery of Mouresi where it belongs, following a turnpike drive of about 5Km. It is a beach being awarded the Blue Flag of Europe for many years now, for its organization and the purity of its waters. It constitutes a characteristic sample of the region and the pride of the Periphery of Mouresi.

This text is cited Sep 2002 from an old URL of the Municipality of Mouressi


Mylopotamos Beach

MYLOPOTAMOS (Settlement) ZAGORA-MOURESI
  Milopotamos is the best known and most advertised beach of the Municipality, awarded the Blue Flag of Europe each year, for its beautiful emerald waters. The huge rock standing in the middle of it as well as the aperture in one of its ends, leading to another beautiful haven, lend at Milopotamos a distinctive beauty. A lifeguard station will be in operation from this year on, providing advisory, preventive as well as suppressive action, rending this beach even safer for the bathers. The beach can be accessed by car through a 7km-turnpike road from Tsagarada, with two roads leaving the village and a spacious Parking.

This text is cited Sep 2002 from an old URL of the Municipality of Mouressi


Commercial WebPages

Banikas Beach

ANILIO (Village) ZAGORA-MOURESI
  A wonderful beach, 4Km away from the Periphery of Anilio through a passable but not turnpike road. It is worth a small discomfort, since the visit will compensate anyone in search for a calm beach in order to enjoy the emerald waters of the Aegean Sea.

This text is cited Sep 2002 from an old URL of the Municipality of Mouressi


Local government WebPages

Plaka Beach

PLAKA (Settlement) ZAGORA-MOURESI
  This is the second beach of the periphery of Anilio and the most frequented. Its access is through the village of Anilio following an earthen road of about 3Km. But it can also be reached from Agios Ioannis, walking down a path of 100meters through which, during the summer period, is daily submerged by visitors searching for a beautiful beach where the green of the mountain literally touches the sea, giving Plaka the distinctiveness that renders it one of the most famous beaches of the East Pelion.

This text is cited Sep 2002 from an old URL of the Municipality of Mouressi


Official pages

Fakistra Beach

TSAGARADA (Village) ZAGORA-MOURESI
  This is one of the most beautiful beaches of the region but also one of the most inaccessible. It may be reached by sea or by a turnpike road 2km long, followed by another 2km of earthen road and a 10 minute long walk in the end. However the visitor is compensated by the wonderful view he comes across seeing from above an "embrace" of sand surrounded by high rocks rendering it a natural port. Its thick sand and its pebbles predispose the potential visitor of never wanting to leave it behind.

This text is cited Sep 2002 from an old URL of the Municipality of Mouressi


Limnionas beach

XORYCHTI (Village) ZAGORA-MOURESI
  This beach of the periphery of Xourihti is known not only for the purity of its waters but also for the almost absolute privacy it offers. Following a route of 4km of earthen road, one can enjoy the emerald magic of the Aegean Sea combined with the green-clad landscape of the mountain, relaxing away from everything.

This text is cited Sep 2002 from an old URL of the Municipality of Mouressi


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