A Greek Mountaintop Gem

November 13, 2013 § Leave a comment


I came across an opportunity a few years ago that changed my life. As someone who loves to travel, the chance to travel more often, to amazing destinations and at discounted prices was a no-brainer. Add the chance to earn an uncapped income and you have an amazing opportunity. As you read this Blog Post you may find yourself wondering how I did it. Just ask!

Portaria, Greece

13 – 16 December 2013 (3 NIGHTS)

Price £92 Approx

Picture of Portaria, GreeceCrowning the top of Mount Pelion, the charming village of Portaria and its traditional-style, brightly white-washed homes cascade toward the Pagasetic Gulf, north of Volos.

Nearly every inch of the mountain offers stunning views. Both at night and during the day, the area is alive with outdoor activity, all revolving around Volos’ picturesque main port. If you prefer peace and tranquility, retreat to the calming emerald waves of Agioi Saranta’s pebbled beach and Agria Soutrali’s stoned beach. For adventure, you can raft the Pineiós River, hike the mountain and take in breathtaking sights, rappel in Agios Onofrios, or canoe in Milopotamos.

Whatever your taste, the cobbled-walkways, street cafes, inviting nature, fascinating history and friendly personality of Portaria offer you an array of possibilities.

Picture of Xenia Hotel, PortariaExemplifying the art of hospitality, the Domotel Xenia Portaria Mountain Resort is considered one of the most beautiful “ornaments” of Pelion, Portaria.

Awaken to enthralling views of Volos, the calming Pagasetic Gulf and the mount of Centaurs amid fine taste, style and classy comfort. The hotel masterfully blends elegant qualities with traditional elements, exquisite services and professional hospitality, all contributing to the nickname of Portaria’s new “gem.” Greet each morning with holiday air from the ease of your room with balcony and mountain, village or garden view. Enjoy an enriched daily breakfast buffet and local amenities in your welcome basket. Spend sweet, sunny days relaxing on the verandah, poolside with a cocktail or in the health club with spa treatments.

Twelve kilometres from the main port of Volos and adjacent to a church, the Domotel Xenia Portaria Mountain Resort is a splendid base for exploring beautiful Portaria.

Included:

  • 4-day and 3-night stay at the Domotel Xenia Portaria Mountain Resort.
  • Luxury standard double-room accommodations featuring a balcony with a view of mountain, village or garden. Rooms also offer a flat-screen satellite TV, a mini-bar, an in-room safe, an en-suite bathroom with a combination tub and shower, and a hair dryer.
  • Enriched breakfast buffet daily.
  • Wi-Fi.
  • Use of gym.
  • Parking.
  • Welcome basket in each room with local amenities.
  • Taxes/VAT.
  • A Host will be provided with 20 adults booking.
  • If a hosted trip, a Welcome Check-In on the day of arrival and Meet & Greet Party will be provided to members and their guests.
  • Air transportation is not included. The closest commercial airport is Thessaloniki International Airport (SKG).

Interested in the amazing PORTARIA, GREECE holiday? Get in touch and book this limited time deal quickly.

Additional Information
Maximum occupancy is 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child.
Children ages 10 and younger are free when staying with 2 adults. (Children ages 11 and older are considered adults.)
Children’s pricing is based on age at time of travel.
Bedding for third adult or child(ren) may be a sofa bed or rollaway bed.
Extra nights and family rooms may be available. Contact the vacation specialist for details.
Check-in: 4 p.m. Check-out: 11 a.m.
*Travel insurance is highly recommended.
A valid passport that expires at least 6 months after this trip is required.
Contact your consulate for visa requirements.
All travellers will receive a series of emails containing their trip’s details starting a few weeks prior to the departure date, as well as a welcome home email after the trip.
**Airfare not included.**
The trip will close by November 12.
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