Travelling to Pelion Greece
There are many ways of getting to Volos and the Pelion Peninsula. The
Pelion region is located in Thessaly, which is closely half way between
the capital of Athens, and the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki. Below
is a brief overview of the various ways in which you travel to Pelion.
Flights to Pelion Greece - Air Travel
Travellers can arrive by air at the nearby airport of Anhialos, although this airport only operates during the summer season.
There are also the airports in Larissa and the nearby island of Skiathos, which are very convenient, and these are flights that you should be able to find all year round.
For flights to Pelion / Volos from the UK, please visit UK Flights to Volos / Pelion.
For package holidays to Pelion / Volos from the UK, please visit UK
Package Holidays to Volos / Pelion.
Buses to Pelion Greece - Bus Coach Travel
The KTEL bus service operates many routes that lead directly into the city
of Volos. There are many services daily arriving from and departing to Athens
(210 8317 186), Thessalonika (2310 543087) and Patra (2610 222164), as well
as other smaller cities around Greece.
Trains to Pelion Greece - Rail Travel
The Greek National Railway (OSE) offers travel to and from Athens (210
524 0646), via Larissa and Thessaloniki (2310 517517). Be warned though,
that the trains journies can sometimes be quite long.
Ferries to Pelion Greece - Sea Boat Travel
Volos, which is the 4th busiest port in Greece, is suitable for all different types of seacraft, and yachts are more than welcome to stay here.
There are ferry boats that operate to and from the islands of the Skiathos,
Skopelos and Alonissos in the Sporades which one can catch at the port of
Pelion Travel Agents
There are many travel agencies operating in and around Pelion that can provide a wonderful range of travel services for your holidays in Pelion including flights, accommodation, car rental, excursions and much more. See our Pelion Travel Agents page for more information.