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Evilion Sea and Sun Hotel

300, Dafnis Str.
Nei Pori Pierias, Greece
GR - 600 65
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Our hotel, "Evilion", lies in the village of Nei Pori a beautiful, coastal village located on the west coast of the Aegean sea and at the foot of mountain Olympus the home place of the ancient Greek gods.

The hotel is easily reached from either Thessaloniki (1.30 hour from Macedonia airport) or Athens (5 hours from El. Venizelos airport).You can also get there by train from both Thessaloniki and Athens.

BEACH
The long, sandy beach is only 3 minutes walk from the hotel and it has been awarded the blue flag for clean beaches by the E.C. Swimming in the transparent sea and at the same time having the splendid mountain view of Olympus is a unique experience.

EXCURSIONS
You can visit the Tempe valley with the Peneus river flowing through it, a place of wild beauty. You can walk or climb Olympus while expert climbers experience can help you get to the top and have a breath taking experience. Olympus according the Greek mythology was the dwelling place of Zeus and the rest of the supreme gods. History lovers can visit the Byzantine castle of Platamon, the museum and archaeological site of Dion with lots of important classical and Roman ruins and antiquities. They can also visit the tomb of King Philip II,father of Alexander the Great at Vergine and admire his golden treasure and his arm our at the local museum. Travel agencies at Nei Pori organize excursions to all the above mentioned places.

Note also that Art lovers will be able to enjoy on of the numerous concerts or ancient Greek drama performances given at the Roman theatre of Dion.