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Live the Myth Of Jason & Argonauts
Surrounded by the crystal blue waters of the Aegean Sea, in the center of Greece, sits the beautiful city of Nea Anchialos. Here you can immerse yourself in a breath - taking natural environment and get to know a laid - back culture that warmly welcomes every visitor.
More info can be found at: www.anchialos.com
Nea Anchialos is a wonderful sea-side village and beach resort on the southern coast of Volos. During the summer, this village is a very popular holiday destination among tourists, especially for the younger and energetic age groups.
Here you can swim, enjoy with our animation team while you can enjoy your water sports, scuba, kayak and canyoning.
Nea Anchialos seaside pedestrian street extends to 4 Klm where you can enjoy your daily running, walking and find many restaurants, snack bars, cafés and bars.
As you walk along the numerous cafés and bars you will hear all kinds of music, and very likely you'll find something of your own personal taste, where you can hang out, have a drink, and enjoy all the positive vibes around you.
Nea Anchialos Eating Habbits
Nea Anchialos specializes in "Tsipouradika" (also called "Ouzeri") where ("Tsipouro") (local Greek spirit) is served with a huge variety of fish & sea food tidbits.
There are plenty of "Tsipouradika" along the waterfront near the port.The choices for eating are Tsipouradika where seafood is served,Taverns where mostly meat dishes are served,Restaurants where Greek dishes can be found,Psistaries (Grill houses) where the main dish is grilled meat,Fast Food choices are local “Souvlatzidika” where souvlaki and “gyros” is served.
People in Greece usually eats late in the evening (21:00 - 24:00), during day most of Taverns, Psistaries and Restaurants are closed during winter time only. During summer they are open all day long.However Tsipouradika and Fast Food are open all day long.
Volos is one of the largest and most attractive cities in Greece as well as one of the country’s most prominent ports. The modern-day city, built near the site of ancient Iolcos, dominates the region of Magnesia from its position at the foot of Mount Pelion overlooking the Pagasetic Gulf.
This is one of the most beautiful areas inThessaly, in the centre of Greece (Volos is situated 320km N of Athens and 219km S of Thessaloniki) combining the allure of the sea with the mystical charm of the Centaurs’ mountain.
The area’s mythical background captivates the visitor’s imagination. Magnesia features in some of the most remarkable tales in Greek mythology. The progenitor of its peoples was Magnes, son of Zeus and Aeolus, yet Magnesia is believed to be the birthplace of a strange race, the Centaurs, beings which were part equine, part human and originated from the union of Nephele and Ixion. Asclepius and Achilles were, among others, pupils of the Centaur Chiron. The famous Argonaut expedition, one of the greatest epics in the Greek mythological cycle, set sail from the Pagasetic Gulf.