My Argo is a beachfront two stories house. Each floor is independent of 60 sq.meters surface.
Ground floor consists of one double bedroom, fully equipped kitchen, one bathroom with shower, washing machine and living room with two single beds and fireplace. Outdoors there is a large veranda into the garden in front of the sea.
In case your party is over 4 people, you may rent additionally the upper floor, named "My Argo Balcony", which accommodates with comfort 2 up to 4 persons and a child aged until 12 years.
Agios Ioannis, located 5 km east of Mouresi, is a prime summer destination of Pelion. The settlement, developed in the coastal front, hosts the spectacular homonymous beach that has been awarded a blue flag. The well-organized tourist infrastructure includes accommodation, dining, entertainment and shopping. The big advantage of the settlement is the proximity to both the picturesque villages of eastern Pelion and the beautiful beaches Plaka at the North and Papa Nero at the South.
The beach Papa Nero is an extension of Agios Ioannis beach to the south. The coastal landscape is characterized by fine golden sand, interrupted by the impressive highland.
Pelion is a mountain, geographically located in the eastern part of Thessaly, in the regional unit of Magnesia. Today, the toponym of 'Pelion' refers to the entire peninsula developed east of the city of Volos with a NNW-SSE direction and includes both mountainous and hilly–lowlands areas. The peninsula is formed between the Pagassitikos Gulf on the west and the Aegean Sea on the east. The slopes of the mountains and the coastal front have the capacity of accommodating more than 40 villages, all of which have been built in the traditional Pelion architecture. The most important of these villages are Makrinitsa, Zagora, Tsagarada, Portaria, Milies and Vizitsa.
The main mountainous area with a highest peak in Pliasidi, exceeding 1,550 meters above mean sea level, is developed in the northern part of the peninsula. Impressive gorges and valleys that lead to the eastern shores often interrupt the mountain massif. The southern part of the peninsula is characterized by a more gentle topography while the coastal environment is of a great geodiversity. Specifically, cliffy coasts alternate with small invaginations, where you can find the most famous beaches of the area. Concerning the geology of Pelion, mainly metamorphic rocks with impressive colourful formations dominate the area.