Trikeri is situated 85 miles (137 kilometers) northwest of Athens, the country's capital.
To find out why so many travelers decide on Thessalia as a travel destination, make sure you and your family take the time to fully explore the many scenic and cultural attractions around Trikeri. While you are in the district, visit Istiaia-Aidipsos. It's approximately 11 miles (18 kilometers) away from Trikeri and features the Church of Kanatadika and Kanatadika Beach. Another idea is to go to South Pelion. It's approximately 12 miles (19 kilometers) from Trikeri and is home to the Abovos Beach and Santa Marina Church.
Rent a vehicle and head to Skiathos, a retail and transport hub for the region, located some 20 miles (32 kilometers) from Trikeri. The city offers a number of attractions, including Meghalos Aselinos Beach, Elias Beach and Lalaria Beach. Megali Ammos Beach, Platanias Beach and Mandraki Beach are some of the other attractions in Skiathos that should be high on every visitor's itinerary.
Travelers who explore Thessalia are often delighted to discover the wide range of open-air exhibits and open-air museums here. This area is renowned for its castles; these are wonderful portals into the region's rich past.
Take a break from sightseeing and spend a relaxing afternoon rafting or snorkeling. For those who feel it's important to collect valuable insights as well as happy snaps on their travels, this region features a range of specialist tours, such as guided nature walks.
When it is time to leave Trikeri, spend the last of your euros on last-minute souvenirs and bid a fond Yiá sou (farewell).