Athens, the capital of Greece, is located roughly 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the south of Lambinou.
Vacationing in just one place, regardless of its popularity, can only ever give you a glimpse into the wider personality of a region. So try to allow a few days to discover Thessalia's other natural and man-made attractions. Stop by the Abovos Beach and Santa Marina Church in South Pelion, 7 miles (11 kilometers) away from Lambinou. Another choice is to head to Volos. It is 15 miles (24 kilometers) from Lambinou and is home to the Volos Town Hall and Volos Municipal Theatre.
When you are ready to venture further afield check out the nearest center. Skiathos is around 18 miles (29 kilometers) away and is home to attractions like Little Banana Beach, Achladies Beach and Big Banana Beach. Megali Ammos Beach, Platanias Beach and Agia Eleni Beach are other good places to visit.
A really good way to get a true feel for a place and its people is by gaining an understanding of its history. While in Thessalia, be sure to see the area's historic old towns. If you're keen on soaking up some of the local culture, head to Thessalia's art galleries, history museums and art museums.
Get some down time upon the region's waters by going snorkeling or sailing. There are loads of ways to experience the great outdoors around Lambinou. Rock climbing and four-wheel driving are just two popular ways active visitors can get their fix.
As the sun sets on your stay, pack your baggage and bid Greece "Yiá sou" (farewell).