Milina (which is not the same as Milies) is a seaside village on the west coast of Pelion. Although a bit remote and located in the less popular and visited south half of the peninsula, it is relatively large and populated, and in some aspects it reminds of Afissos.

Milina has a long promenade with plenty of cafeterias, restaurants, bakeries and pastry shops and like all villages facing the Pagasitikos gulf, it also offers great sunset view on the background of mirror smooth sea. There is no beach however except for the tiny narrows strips in front of some cafes, with a few sunbeds for the customers. North and south of the village, along the road, you can find small pebbly coves. If you go north towards Chorto, there are the beaches of Vathia-Spillia and Olive, with small pebbles and blue water. Olive has a small beach bar and Vathia-Spillia has a cantina operating in the summer. The beaches south of Milina are more isolated and the farther you go, the less people you meet.

Milina can be reached via the coastal road from Chorto or from the inland village of Lafkos, as in both cases you should first pass through Argalasti.

highlights: seaside village with long promenade and sunset view, village in Pelion, Thessaly, Greece

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Before sunsetThe promenade at sunset
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