Travel Blogs from Vólos
IT PAYS FOR THE VIEW!
Elitsa Beach of Pouri is another beach I can recommend that it should not be missed. It is rocky though and when we came here the sea was very rough. Even if I had time and had my bathing suite along I would not dare swim, but the view is breathtaking.
It is very close to Zagora, so we set off from here and drove to ...
THE OLD BRIDGE OF TSAGKARADA
Upon entering the village the very first day that we arrived in Tsagkarada I noticed the sign that says "Old Bridge". How could I leave without walking out here!
There is a trail that brings you down to the forest from the village but I thought to take the shortcut since I had nobody to come along.
This particular beach is one of my favourite.
It is secluded and is the kind of beach I like to swim in. Anyway, to come here we followed the road from Tsagkarada. The beach is 4km away from the main road and it goes downhill to the beach.
As we approach there is a sign that indicates that cars should come to a halt at the plateau, so we park the car and get to the beach on foot. ...
... indulge in the tranquil serenity of the surroundings.
If you are in the area, it is highly recommended.
There are a few café bars by the coast. Personally I found it quite inviting although for myself I prefer the little coves ...
... and breakfast could fill you up till late afternoon. Fresh homemade pies, fresh orange juice, eggs, cakes, fruit, rice puddings, local honey and marmalades, different kinds of cereals and so much more, enough to satisfy the extremely demanding guest.
I could describe it as a precious gem!
Thank you ladies for the high standards you offer. We shall surely be back. When we had to say goodbye it was hard and we knew that we left behind friends. See you soon!