This outstanding, fairytale like, sandy beach is at a distance of 56km from Volos and 4km from Mouresi. panorama icon Here the green of the mountain blends with the blue of the sea in complete harmony. It is a beach with golden fine sands and white shingle and is one of the largest beaches in eastern Pelion.
There are two opinions as to where the name came from. In accordance with the first the beach was named after the homonymous spring, which was found a little above it in the place of Tripia Petra. The second opinion states that many years ago a priest was drowned here and the beach was named after him, Papa Nero (Priest water).
Along the beach you will find some wonderful, picturesque little tavernas with an abundance of seafood ‘mezedes’ with a few rooms for rent. Half of the beach is organized whilst the other half remains free, so bring with you any necessities. The beach has been awarded the Blue Flag for cleanliness and is accessed either by the village of Agios Ioannis, panorama icon or from Damouhari. panorama icon
From Mouresi panorama icon drive down 5km along the tarmacked, windy road and on the right you will see the sign for Damouhari. If you continue on the same road shortly you will come to the parking area of Papa Nero beach, no cars are allowed on the beach. During the high tourist season parking is very difficult, though you will be rewarded for our efforts when you get to the beach.




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