Tsangarada. Tsangarada means "beautiful view" or according to another statement it means "royal village." It is a suitable place for all seasons; magical and pure white in winter, dotted with wild flowers in the spring, cool and framed by hydrangeas in summer, submerged in red-yellow of the leaves in autumn. The four neighborhoods of Tsangarada, with streams, arched bridges, squares, churches, old and new houses are an ideal place to stay and rest. Here is also the famous fountain with four taps where the water flows continually in the square of Agios Taxi Archos. Century-old sycamores find refreshment in the shade of the famous hydrangeas of Pelion.
Text: Jorgos and Wendy Nikolidakis - Text edited by Katrina Butzer