The hotel is located in the region of Pieria at the foot of Mount Olympus.
Olympus, the legendary mountain where the ancient Greek mythology was born
. The residence of the 12 Gods, the countless demigods and heroes, the Nymphs and the Muses. It is the highest and most sacred mountain of Greece
. On the border between Thessaly and Macedonia, with its highest peak, Mitikas (2,917 m), Olympus is famous not only for its mystic character, but also for its rare flora and fauna
, small rivers, waterfalls, caves and forests, its peaks and steep rocky slopes, its monasteries and churches, its shelters and taverns. Things to explore...
• The Pierian Mountains also have many and rare beauties, traditional hamlets and the famous ski centre of Elatochori, with modern facilities and ski runs.
• The imposing medieval Castle of Platamon that has been standing proud for 10 centuries, at the gate of Thermaic gulf.
• The former guardian of pirates now stands proud and watches the ships of the Aegean Sea.
• The surrounding beaches on a coastline of more than 70 km (the Olympic Riviera), with a variety of coasts (fine sand, pebbles, pine trees, hydro biotopes) and warm and clear sea. They are surrounded by hamlets with excellent tourist infrastructures, cosmopolitan environment and exciting nightlife.
• The stone-built hamlets of Old Skotina, Old Panteleimon, Old Poroi, Ampelakia and Litochoro.
• The wineries of Rapsani and many other areas in the Wine Roads.
• The hamlet of Ampelakia, on Kisavos, with the mansion houses and its Folk Museum.
• The very notable archaeological area of Dion, the sacred town of Macedonians, dated in the 5th century B.C.
• The Tempi valley with the famous river of Pinios flowing through it.
• Agro-tourism facilities § Sanative drinkable waters (Red Water)
• Forests with planes and chestnuts
• The ancient towns of Vergina and Pella, capitals of powerful Macedonia, with royal tombs and many findings and monuments
• The gigantic Rocks of Meteora, a global ecological phenomenon which is also an important monument of Orthodoxy.