Hiking is one of the main activities in Pelion as walking on its cobblestone paths is the most direct way to get an authentic taste of the mountain. Thousands of meters of cobbled streets that cross Pelion consist also the trademark that makes it stand out and the reason why hikers always return to discover something new.
The path starting from Pinakates to reach Kala Nera, a seaside village overlooking the Pagasitic Gulf, the route from St. Lavrentis- St. Georgios, and then, Pinakates, Vizitsa, Milies, the path of the villages from Makrinitsa, Stagiates, Portaria, Drakia, St. Lavrentios are just a few of the hiking routes to name that you can choose to enjoy the beauty of nature, the so special and diverse landscape of Pelion.
The cobbled paths will be recognized by the yellow markers, while you will need to pay attention to the red marks on the stones or trees marking the right route.
At www.walking-pilion.blogspot.gr from the Association of Friends of the Cobbled Lines, as well as from the site www.pilionwalks.com, you will find descriptions of all the routes on the paths of Pelion with maps, information, photographs and trails GP
On www.walking-pilion.blogspot.gr created by the “Friends of the cobbled paths” Association, as well as on www.pilionwalks.com , you will find descriptions of all the routes in Pelion, alongside with maps, information, photographs and GPS tracks.