Paralia

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Paralia (Greek: Παραλία) is a touristic seaside village and a former municipality in the eastern part of the Pieria regional unit, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Katerini, of which it is a municipal unit. The seat of the municipality was in Kallithea. The 2011 census reported a population of 1,124 for the village of Paralia, and 6,803 for the municipal unit. The community of Paralia covers an area of 1.849 km2.
Paralia is situated on the west coast of the Thermaic Gulf. It lies 2 km east of Kallithea, 5 km south of Korinos and 8 km east of Katerini. Motorway 1 and the Piraeus–Platy railway (nearest station at Katerini) pass west of the village. Paralia has a small port.
The endless white sand beach. which is the longest beach in Greece, with a length of 70 km.

An important advantage of the village is the focal point, the access is very easy to Thessaloniki
(only 45 minutes) and the waterfalls of Edessa, Naoussa, Panagia Sumela, the Meteores,
etc.. You can also visit the archaeological site and the museum of Dion.
The traditional village Palaio Panteleimon, an abandoned stone village that has been exploited in recent years and receives thousands of visitors. Vergina, and the amazing museum where you can admire the famous royal tomb of Philip, the Larnaca - unique in the world - and other Macedonian tombs. The Venetian castle of Platamona The monastery of Saint-Denis, at the mount of Olympus, Litochoro.
During the winter you can enjoy skiing at Elatohori, and at "three five wells" in Naoussa. Olympus - the mountain of the twelve gods.

 

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