Mandraki Village Boutique Hotel
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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 ...
... short way is to come to the Old Bridge Café which is difficult to be missed. I climbed down the steps and walked a few metres down the coomb and came to the bridge.
I feel it is no need to comment about the beauty of the area since you can see much of it through my photos. So be my guest…….
Oh yes, the old stone arched bridge was built in 1987 by the way.
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. ...
... are superb and they are very popular in the Pelion region.
We tried the Vegetable balls which I loved, but the Cheese rolls were terrific as well.
We had a nice salad with some cheese topping and (grouton). The vegetables were flavoursome and you could tell that they were fresh. Yummy!
MAIN DISH: I highly recommend the Lamb with spices and the Pork roll stuffed. They were cooked to perfection and both ...
... walk even more interesting. (Watch the video to see what I mean.)
The village is built amphitheatrically on two ridges. By the time I reach the village I am already tired, Yianni has read half of the Newspaper and I don't intend to get further in the village. We park the car close to the church and I just check to see if it is open. I find the doors closed though since it ...