The harmonious composition of the lushly green mountain and the blue sea of the Aegean, soft bed sheets, birdsongs, the aroma of baking bread, gurgling waters, the table-served breakfast of local specialties 'farm to table', the scent of flowers, the gathering of nuts and herbs, authentic homey hospitality, the sweetest fresh fruit, exploring emerald beaches, buildings made of locally available stone and wood, cobblestone paths, the plentiful harvest of mushrooms, walks through the forest, workshops on mushroom collecting, kitchen lessons. This is the Mt. Pelion Experience offered by the AMANITA Guesthouse.
We created the AMANITA Guesthouse in stately Tsagarada in a prime location between the mountain and the sea, on the eastern slopes of Mt. Pelion.
Behind it rises the much-sung-about Mt. Pelion, with its thick shady trees and flowing waters. The bright blue of the Aegean Sea stretches as far as the eye can see, dotted with the Northern Sporades islands that gleam like crown jewels. All around is the verdant natural beauty of Tsagarada with its renowned paths, centuries-old trees, old stone fountains and bridges.
Rooms and amenities
Our goal is to make the AMANITA Guesthouse an ideal Mt. Pelion holiday destination all year round, combining the services of a good hotel with the smaller size and friendliness of a traditional inn.
We attach particular importance to introducing you to local cuisine. That's why the breakfast we serve includes hand-kneaded bread, homemade jams and local specialties such as pies, herb omelettes and seasonal fruit from farm to table procedure.
The AMANITA Guesthouse takes advantage of its location in Tsagarada and its proximity to a network of trails to organise a number of activities, depending on the season.
The Tsagarada area is on the Aegean coast and is fortunate to be within a short distance from some of the most beautiful beaches in Greece. From the trendier to the more remote, they all have secrets waiting to be discovered, including small caves with their own strip of sand, small secluded bays, streams and waterfalls.