Pydna

"Kalós órises" to Pydna! Pydna is set in Greek Mainland, an area known for its nice landscapes, including beaches, coastal plains, rivers and lakes.

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Athens, the capital of Greece, is situated roughly 180 miles south of Pydna.

Kleanthis Vikelidis Stadium is the best place to watch the Aris Thessaloniki strut their stuff. You'll find their home grounds located in Thessaloniki, 25 miles to the northeast of Pydna. On match days, the stadium is filled with black and yellow, as supporters flock together to support their beloved team.

If you're looking for more things to do, you'll find Kitros 1 mile to the northwest and Sevasti 3 miles to the west.

The regional hub, Dio-Olympos, is where all the action is. Leaving from Pydna, head south for 19 miles and visit Mount Olympus, Church of St. Nicholas and Platamon Castle. Leptokarya Beach and Church of Nei Pori are also worth calling on.

There are many outdoor activities to be had around Greek Mainland. You can go mountain biking or rock climbing.

How about you set aside some time to chill out and enjoy fun activities, such as cycling or picnicking. Both activities are popular among visitors and locals alike.

This region has plenty of outdoor options for active travelers with a love of the water. Swimming and rafting are just two of the popular pastimes here.

With frosty slopes, great views and sporty community members, this region is the perfect destination for outdoor sporting. You can't visit without going snowboarding and maybe even skiing.

Experiencing the taste of local food is usually about more than just sustenance. It is also a glimpse into the regional character.

Travelers are likely to observe chicken and pork, a couple of characteristic ingredients in this destination.

Make sure you try some local food, such as moussaka (minced meat and aubergine casserole) and dolmades (vine leaves stuffed with rice).

Loukoumades (deep fried pastry with honey) is the perfect way to finish your meal.

Grab yourself a few glasses of Neda, and relax with one of this area's homegrown brews.

To have a true local experience, be sure to try frappé (iced coffee), a great non-alcoholic option.

If you enjoy the finer things in life, head out for a glass or two of wine. Try some Savatiano Retsina and Nemea Agiorgitiko.

When the time comes to leave Pydna, no doubt you'll bid this region a teary "Yiá sou." But take comfort from the fact that you'll be leaving with memories and mementoes that you'll be able to enjoy for years to come.

If you intend on arriving and departing by air, take into account that the nearest airport is 25 miles to the northeast of Pydna.

Accommodation in Pydna

There are presently no vacancies for Pydna listed on the Expedia database. Though, Makrigialos, some 3 miles away, features a range of short and long stay accommodations on offer. The nicest options in Makrigialos are the Hotel Achillion and Hotel Dias Apartments.


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