Makrinitsa is a picturesque village nestled in the mountains of the Pelion peninsula. With its cobbled streets, traditional stone houses, and breathtaking views, it offers a truly enchanting escape. 

The village is renowned for its preserved architecture, showcasing the traditional Pelion style, with lush greenery and colorful flowers adorning every corner. 

The main square is a hub of activity, with charming cafes and tavernas, where visitors can savor authentic Greek cuisine while taking in the stunning panorama of the surrounding mountains.

Makrinitsa is also known as the “balcony of Pelion” due to its vantage point overlooking the Pagasetic Gulf, offering visitors awe-inspiring panoramic views that stretch as far as the eye can see. 

The adventurous souls can also explore the Centaur’s Path, a unique trail through nature which connects Makrinitsa with the picturesue village of Portaria.