Volos, a modern city with mythical roots, welcomes you with tsipouro, the local beverage and sea breezes.

Volos is a city by the sea, buzzing with beauty, freedom, and life, day and night. Once used to be ancient Iolkos, the city of the Argonauts now it’s one of the major cities in Thessaly. Volos lies at the foot of Mt Pelion, embraces the Pagasitic Gulf.

A variety of choices is offered to everyone who visits the city. First of all Volos’ culinary tradition will be the star of your visit. Taste the flavors at the famous tsipouradika, enjoy greek made tsipouro and indulge yourself to the Greek delicacies.

Old-fashioned neighborhoods wonderfully combined to modern architecture and youthful energy created by the thousands of students, give the city a unique identity. You’ll discover it in industrial buildings, museums, shopping centers, and exhibition spaces.

Hospitable Volos welcomes you like a proper host with tsipouro (schnapps-like firewater) and meze! You’ll find tsipouradika in every corner of the city, picturesque and authentic always crowded with people, locals or travelers throughout the whole day.

The meeting point for locals and visitors is the Agios Konstantinos church. It is one of the most beautiful strolls in the city. You can start from the sculpture of Argo, the symbol of the city, continue till you reach Papastratou building and finally reach the famous church.

Domotel Xenia Volos is a bit further than that, perfectly located by the sea, offering an amazing view to its visitors. Enjoy a cocktail at the roof garden and spend your nights gazing the stars.

The peninsula of Pelion hosts some of the most beautiful beaches in Greece. With crystal water and surrounded by steep green mountainsides, Pelion beaches provide some truly beautiful places to relax. Explore the most impressive beaches in Pelion during the day and enjoy your nights at Domotel Xenia. The best beaches are found on the eastern side of the peninsula, including Mylopotamos, Agios Ioannis, Papa Nero, and Horefto.


Also known by its Turkish name of Mourtos (they were masters here until 1913). This is one of the loveliest areas of Greece – green, scenic and traditional.

Sivota enjoys a setting of remarkable natural beauty. All around are hills blanketed by pine, cypress, and olive, the trees in many places reaching the water’s edge.

Most of the people visiting Sivota stay only near beaches. Nevertheless, the rest of the area is also equally interesting.

The twisting coastline is indented with rocky coves, sandy bays, and stretches of almost white coarse sand beach such as Mega Ammos a mile outside the village. Just off-shore are three wooded islets with beaches of their own, great fun to explore by boat, maybe taking a picnic.

The village itself has plenty of greek character, while the harbor and the beaches bustle with life over weekends. The harbor is pretty as a picture, with an array of cafés, restaurants and small shops.

A ten-minute flat walk brings you to the upper part of the village. The nearest beach is just over the headland from the harbor, and many others can be reached in a 10-15 minute walk in either direction.

Domotel Agios Nikolaos is a five- star Suites Resort, a unique destination for those of you who wish to escape from everyday anxiety and relax or rejuvenate in the enchanting surroundings that nature has created.




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