There are a number of ways that you can travel to Pelion and the city of Volos. The Pelion peninsula is located in the county of Thessaly, which is approximately halfway between the capital of Athens, and the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki.
Below is a overview of the various methods of transport with which you travel to Pelion.
The airport of Nea Anhialos ( now named as the Volos Airport ) is the main airport for the region and this airport caters for charter flights during the summer season, as well as scheduled flights during the rest of the year. Some of the airlines that travel to and from Volos Airport including Air Berlin, Monarch, Ryan Air and Lauda.
For more information about flights to Volos / Nea Anhialos Airport, please visit the official website of the airport - www.volosairport.gr
There are also the airports in Larissa and the nearby island of Skiathos, which are very convenient, and these are flights that you should be able to find all year round. Alternatively, you can fly to either Athens of Thessaloniki and from there take other modes of transport to Volos and Pelion.
The National Bus Service of Greece - KTEL - operates many routes that lead directly into the city of Volos. There are many services daily arriving from and departing to Athens ( +30 ) 210 8317 186, Thessalonika ( +30 ) 2310 543087 and Patra ( +30 ) 2610 222164, as well as other smaller cities around Greece.
For more information about national bus travel in Greece, please visit the official website of National Bus Service of Greece KTEL - www.ktel.org
The Greek National Railway (OSE) offers travel to and from Athens ( +30 ) 210 524 0646, via Larissa and Thessaloniki ( +30 ) 2310 517517. Train journies can sometimes be quite long depending on the type of train service you travel on.
For more information about rail travel in Greece, please visit the official website of Greek Railway Service - OSE - www.ose.gr