These are three beautiful neighboring villages that deserve your visit. They are so close to each other that it is an opportunity to visit them together. The village of Milies stands out for the Pelion train that ends there and for its picturesque railway station, while the well-known “De Chirico’s” metal bridge is just a breath away. Milies are characterized by their dense vegetation, picturesque stone-built houses and paved paths. Vizitsa is a preserved settlement and therefore stands out for its well-maintained Pelionian mansions. Here is an opportunity to admire Pelion's architecture. The cobblestone pavements, the churches and the plane trees in the center of the village square win the visitor's impressions. Finally, Pinakates is the less touristically developed village, compared to the other two, but it does not lag behind in natural beauty and picturesqueness, as the stone-built alleys, the stone-built churches and the dense vegetation with the majestic plane trees dominate the landscape.