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Greek Agriculture

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Tour to cities such as Volos that was once ancient Iolkos, the city of the Argonauts is a great opportunity to discover Greece. A welcoming and charming city in Thessaly, at the foot of Mt Pelion, it embraces the Pagasitic Gulf, leaving you with an unforgettable feeling.

Visit the cities of Athens, Pelion, Volos & Skyros

* Greek Agricultural products Greece enjoys a huge variety of agricultural products. Making food and agriculture one of the most dynamic and high-growth sectors in Greek manufacturing.

This tour is a great opportunity to discover and admire at the same time the Greek civilization and Greece’s natural beauty. The combination of these different destinations can offer to the traveler a unique experience combining history and astonishing places. The historic center of Athens is an open-air museum, yet the city’s cultural and social life takes place amid these ancient landmarks, merging past and present. Pelion mountain, combines endless sea with mountainous areas and welcomes myriads of visitors every year. The city of Volos, offers many options to the visitors, from a tour to the archaeological sites to little restaurants, the famous “tsipouradika” which offers tsipouro. In Skyros island which you can enjoy the beautiful landscape and take part to many activities which are connected to the island tradition.

Points of Interest

  • Pelion

    Pelion is a place of indescribable beauty. With a breath-taking view over the endless sea, settlements that are architectural gems, and an ancient culture, it welcomes myriads of visitors every year. Lush vegetation and an extensive network of mountain paths enable the visitor to wander through a bewitching land, still echoing to the legendary Centaurs. It is worthy of note that the winding pathways linking the villages of Pelion exceed a total of 500 kilometres. These were ancient roads whose aim was to facilitate the movement of people and goods and they are still in use.

    Villages in Pelion, like Portaria, Tsangarada, Zagora, Vyzitsa, Milies, and dozens more, with their proud mansions, traditional springs, hospitable guesthouses, create a heaven on earth. All around Pelion, one can find several facilities for ecotourism, such as horseback riding, hiking and, of course, ski.

  • Volos

    The sea creates a wonderful seafront with picturesque little restaurants, the famous tsipouradika, named after tsipouro, the traditional spirit of the area, which is perfect when combined with seafood teasers. Follow the paved Argonauts Avenue on the seafront and go all the way to the port on its western side, just as the locals love doing when in the mood for a romantic stroll with a stunning view to the open sea. Beyond doubt, this is the most impressive corner of the city, embellished not only by fishing boats and yachts, but also by an exact imitation of ancient ship Argo, constructed by faithfully following reports and ancient texts. The modern Argo, a brilliant feat of shipbuilding, will fill history lovers with excitement.

    The sights in Volos are so numerous that the visitor will feel his day is more than full. For those disliking walking, there is a 10km wide network of cycle lanes and thousands of bicycles silently providing a healthy and ecological means of transport. The visitors have numerous options. They can tour important archaeological sites, delight in breath-taking nature, get to know Pelion or set sail for the lush-green Sporades islands. Just a few kilometers to the West, lie the archaeological sites of Sesklo (the most ancient settlement of Europe, dating back to 6.000 BC) and Dimini, the most important prehistoric settlement in Greece and one of the most important ones of the New Stone Age worldwide.

  • Skyros

    Skyros is not be the first island you think of for your holiday in Greece, but it does have a devoted following which comes back year after year, drawn by its many unique features. One of them, the diminutive Skyrian pony, looks like it might have escaped from the frieze of the Parthenon.

    This island in the Sporades is also famous for its carved furniture and painted ceramics. Fresh lobsters abound and are still affordable, though the days when you could have them for breakfast, lunch and dinner are gone. Like hiking? Marked trails help you explore the island’s two faces: the rocky south, where the British poet, Rupert Brooke lies buried, and the pine-forested west. Plus, there are beaches for every taste and a main town that puts on its best every night for your holiday entertainment.

    The Skyrian pony

    They can be found running wild on the central plateau and placidly foraging in farms. The story of their origin is intriguing. One theory is that they are descendants of the breed of horses used by the cavalries in Greece in the 5th century B.C.

At a Glance

Discover must-see sights such as Acropolis, one of the 7 wonders of the world

Visit the archaeological site of Delfi

Taste local herbs and flavours

Visit a soft drinks factory

Explore local farms & produce

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  • Departure Time
    A new accommodation (city) tax will be imposed as of January 01, 2018. This tax will vary from EURO 1,00 to EURO 5,00 per room, per overnight (depending on hotel's category) and will be paid DIRECTLY by the guests to each hotel, on check out time.
  • Include
    3* Accommodation
    Personal Guide
    Airport Transfers
  • Not Included
    4* Accommodation
    Departure Taxes
    Entry Fees

Day 1

Upon arrival at the airport, you will be welcomed by the guests from our representative. After arriving at the hotel, a city tour of Athens will follow. All the major points of interest that the city center has to offer will be visited. After that you will visit the famous and astonishing hill of Acropolis. Then we will go by foot on the new Acropolis Museum. Overnight in Athens.


Day 2

Departure from Athens via Delfi, where you will stop for lunch, in order to reach mountain Pelion. Transfer to your hotel and overnight in Zagora, Pelion.


Day 3

After breakfast, you will enjoy a full day at Zagora’s women’s association, where you will have the opportunity to learn about herbs and the flavours of the area. Dinner and overnight in Zagora, Pelion.


Day 4

After breakfast, you are going to visit Makrinitsa where you can have the opportunity to discover this picturesque village with a stunning view to the Pagasitic Gulf. Then, on your way to Volos, located at the foot of the peninsula of Pelion, you will visit a local soft drinks factory, EPSA. Transfer to your hotel and overnight in Volos.


Day 5

Breakfast at the hotel. Today you will visit o local wine producer and then discover Volos promenade where you will enjoy your lunch. Then, you will depart for  Kymi port in order to embark for Skyros. Transfer to hotel for check in. Free afternoon at leisure and overnight in Skyros.


Day 6

After breakfast, you will start your day by visiting a unique skyrian horses farm. Following, you are going to pay a short visit to the town where you will also have lunch. Free afternoon at leisure and overnight in Skyros.


Day 7

After breakfast, you will participate at a local ceramic workshop and you will get the chance to see local ceramics. Overnight in Skyros.


Day 8


After breakfast, you will visit the Faltaits Museum  (est. 1964) one of the first local historical folk art museums. It embraces the history and the culture of Skyros from the post Byzantine period to the present day. Following, you will visit the Mouries Farm to learn about split peas and horses! Overnight in Skyros.


Day 9

Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to the port in order to embark the ferry to Kymi and return to Athens. Check in to the hotel and overnight in Athens.


Day 10

After breakfast, you will visit the HQ of Greek Company Apivita and its botanical garden and apicultural station. After that you will stop by a local farm in the outskirts of Athens ( Koropi) where you will get the chance to experience authentic and organic Greek dishes in a beautiful natural rural environment. Transfer to the hotel for check in and some rest. Overnight in Athens.


Day 11

Breakfast and transfer to airport.

Tour Location

Athens, Pelion, Volos & Skyros