Olympus Mountain Routes
Litochoro - Prionia
The international hiking path E4 starts in the area of Myloi (400 m) and is one of the entrances into the National Park...Read More
Prionia - Spilios Agapitos Refuge
The route from Prionia (1.100 m) to Spilios Agapitos Refuge (2.040 m) is the most frequented...Read More
Spilios Agapitos Refuge - Skala - Mytikas
The route increases in difficulty from Skala to Mytikas...Read More
Muses Plateau - Koryfes
Starting out from the refuges of Giosos Apostolidis (2.700 m) and Christos Kakkalos (2.640 m) in Muses Plateau...Read More
Krevatia Vrontous - Papa Aloni - Agia Triada
This route has a good deal of ascents and descents and due to the low altitude...Read More
Agia Triada Vrontous - Krevatia - Barbalas
On the road from Vrontou village towards Agia Kori after about 4 km there is a ...Read More
Olympus National Park Information Center
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Amphibians and Reptiles
Thirty-four species of amphibians and reptiles are found on Olympus...Read More
Olympus is a biodiversity hotspot for butterflies in Greece, as approximately 155 species have been recorded to date..Read More
View all the Refuges
which cover the needs of visitors, hikers, walkers, climbers and mountaineers.Read More
It is located at an altitude of 2.040 m, in the area of “Balkoni”, Olympus.
It is the highest refuge in Greece at an altitude of 2.640 m, located next to “Profitis Ilias” peak.
It is located at an altitude of 2.640 m, at the edge of the Muses Plateau.
It is located at an altitude of 1.013 m on the northern side of Mount Olympus.
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Museums & Exhibitions
Places of remembrance of old Greece are scattered museums in settlements of the Olympus area, witnessing another past society of people...
Monasteries and Churces
Holy pilgrimages on mountain Olympus, all of which are very interesting both to travellers...
DION - ANCIENT DION Dion has a population of 1554 inhabitants and is an important point of interest for Greek and foreign tourists alike. Each …