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Station 16 - Camping Sikia - Pelion and picturesque villages

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Station 16 - Camping Sikia - Pelion and picturesque villages

The family-run Sikia campsite is located directly on the Pagasitic Gulf on the picturesque green peninsula of the Pelion Mountains amidst an old, approximately 30-acre olive grove, between the two picturesque villages of Kato Gatzea and Kala Nera.

Camping Sikia meets all the modern needs of a modern campsite without losing the traditional charm of Greek hospitality. Whether in a mobile home, caravan or tent, everyone is welcome, because "on our campsite you can live", so the most important announcement of the family Pandeli. The traveling family in the car or by plane is welcome too, as we offer hotel rooms and apartments that combine the unique character of the local architecture with all modern comforts. Through the shady olive grove our guests reach the sandy beach of Sikia, which connects directly to the campsite.

Panoramic plots directly at the beach

b_450_450_16777215_00_images_camper-route_16-pilion-camping-1.jpgThe pitches for caravans and motorhomes are lined up along the shore as well as on landscaped panoramic areas with a magnificent view of the Pagasitic Gulf and the picturesque fishing village of "Kato Gatzea", allowing for a view of magical sunsets.

All paths in the campsite are paved or asphalted, the walls made of natural stones and the access to the places is very simple for any camping vehicle. There are also places for campers who rely on solar energy and want to use their satellite antennas.

Ancient olive trees, a selection of ornamental and useful plants and shady trees guarantee shade and healthy air. There are special places for groups arriving with mobile homes, caravans or tents.

The Taverna Sikia, as a direct successor to one of the oldest and most famous fish restaurants in the region, is located on the seafront overlooking the bay and the village of Kato Gatzea and is definitely worth a visit. You relax here below wonderfully old plane trees and olive trees. The cuisine is traditional Greek with emphasis on the specialties of Pelion, but also offers a variety of fresh fish and seafood.

Sanitary and other facilities

b_450_450_16777215_00_images_camper-route_16-pilion-camping-2.jpgWC + shower | also for people with reduced mobility | for families | changing room
Shared refrigerators and freezers
Barbecue area | cooking facilities
Washing sink for the dishes
Washing machines | Washing basin for laundry
Power connection at each place | Shadow places | Water supply in every place | Possibility to exchange camping gas

 

 

 

What can be done at the campsite Sikia and in the surroundings?

Pelion - tour through historical mountain villages
Day Trip to Volos to explore the Pelion Railway
Volos - Day trip through the habor town of the Argonauts
Kato Gatzea on Pelion - fishing village between olive groves

Kontakt:

Camping Sikia in Kato Gatzea
37300, Pilion
Volos, Griechenland

Tel: +30 (2423) 022279 / +30 (2423) 022081
Fax: +30 (2423) 022720

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Go straight to google maps: 39°18'36.8"N 23°06'34.5"E 39.310223, 23.109577

Next stop in the north: Station 13 - Camperstopp Rapsani wine tours await you!

It is 122 kilometers to the Rapsani camper stop, which can easily be reached via the new motorway, as there is a separate exit from Larissa to Rapsani.

Further approach to the north: Station 12 - Zampetas / Gulf of Thessaloniki and surroundings

It is 261 kilometers to the Zampetas camper stop, which you can easily reach via the new motorway. In the case of a problem on the vehicle or in the procurement of spare parts or Camperbedarf Zampetas is the contact point!

Next approach to the south: Station 15 - Apollon Camping in Delphi (Station 15)

Until Apollon Camping is 220 kilometers over well-developed roads. Please allow some time here as Delphi really pays off with its ancient sites, the museum, the world famous oracle and the place itself.

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