travelgrove Reviews
 

Climbing Mount Olymp with motorbike, Litochoro, Greece

 
    Litochoro's mapLitochoro 1
Litochoro 2
Litochoro 3
angel's pictureby angel review
added on 29th of June, 2009

For this trip we rented a motorbike. In Greece you don't need a specific driving licence for driving these scooters (it's not a real motorbike - you can see it on picture 5) you can drive them only having a driving licence for cars. We paid 12 euros for renting it for the whole day and we also had to pay the fuel for it but even so, I think that it wasn't expensive at all. The rent-a-moto shop was near the park with the fountain. I can recommend you this place because the guy here was very friendly, he speaks english (mixed with a little germen, but it's not a problem :)) and their motorbikes are in a very good condition. He even gave us a map before leaving.

We knew we have to head to Litochoro to reach the Olymp mountain. We also started to pay attention to the 'Olymp Mountain' road signs too. But even using the map we could lose our way :) The problem was that there was a brown road sign indicating that we should turn to right to the mountain. So we turned right :) We didn't stop to thing why that sign was brown... it was for hikers of course :) So when we saw nobody on the road we decided to turn back. On the road we asked an old man if we are going in the good direction. He didn't seak any english but tried to understand us and showed us the way finaly.

Then we reached Litochoro, this beautiful little city. If you turn one side you see the mountains reaching the sky, on the otther side there is the amazingly blue sea... it's really unique. The city has a little center where you can visit a church, there is a nice fountain, and from this point you can go for a walk in the neigbourhood. The streets are narrow so only the locals can park with their cars.

...
 

Things about Litochoro you may be interested in

Be the first who requests a site listing for this page.
 
 
Vacation in Greece 2006 - overview

1. Aug 4, 2006 The road to Paralia (Paralia)  (* 7)
2. Aug 5, 2006 Don't miss while in Paralia (Paralia)  (* 4)
3. Aug 7, 2006 Meteora experiences in Geece (Kalambaka)  (* 16)
4. Aug 7, 2006 Visiting the icon workshop of Kalambaka (Kalambaka)  (* 14)
5. Aug 11, 2006 My third trip in Athens (Athens)  (* 49)
6. Aug 12, 2006 Climbing Mount Olymp with motorbike (Litochoro)  (* 33)

Start from beginning1 - 6          Journal overview


The most beautiful city in Greece
 
 
 
guides

Recommended Thessaloniki Guide

Thessaloniki Nightlife

·   Krikelas. This place has been in existence since 1940. It serves Greek cuisine and specializes on mezedes and spetzofai. It is open from Mondays to Saturdays at 11:30am until 2am. The Krikelas is closed during the months of July and August.  ·   Zythos. This place is located at a refurbished warehouse. Although the interior is a display of woods and bricks, Zythos is still a favorite place of a variety of people. They serve Greek and Continental cuisines that are mostly favored by vegetarians. The place starts welcoming guests at 11am and locks up at 1am everyday of the week.... Read more »

 
 
reviews

Recent reviews for Litochoro

The most beautiful city in Greece - Jun 30, 2009, by angel
Litochoro is a small town at the feet of the Olymp mountains. It has a small center with a beautiful fountain and many restaurants and lovely bars. You can have some great Greek food here, it's very tasty and not very expensive. From the... Read more »

 
 

More reviews you might be interested in

Leutkirch Im Allgau reviews - Germany
Leutkirch im Allgäu ist eine ehemalige Freie Reichsstadt im Südosten des Bundeslandes Baden-Württemberg. Im westlichen Allgäu...
Leutkirch im allgäu

Boulogne-sur-mer reviews - France
History Situated in northern France, in the district Pas-de-Calais, just 145 Km from Lille (by car), this “tres merveilleux” town is...
You must visit Pas-de-Calais

 

Argos reviews - Greece
If you're interested in ancient greek history, you should visit the ancient city of Argos. The city got it's name after the giant who had a...
A trip to the Ancient Argos

Corinth reviews - Greece
Small city, that was in ancient times a big competitor of Athens. You can reach it easily by train. Main point, the city has got to offer is the...
Bridges and ancient ruins in Corinth

 

Thessaloniki reviews - Greece
A visitor approaching Thessaloniki from the sea will have a first glimpse of a modern metropolis, lots of blocks of flats and other modern...
Spending a few days in Thessaloniki

Pietroasa reviews - Romania
Padis is the region located 20 km east wards from the former miner city of Pietroasa. It is a great spot for all kinds of visitors. There are nice...
Family trip to Padis

 

Turda reviews - Romania
Torda-Gorge is a fissure in the limestone-Torockói Mountains, not far from the town of Turda, beeing a protected area since 1938. The Hesdat...
Visiting the Torda-Gorge

Hanover reviews - Connecticut
Located near Lebanon, across from Vermont and in the Connecticut River Valley, is the thriving university town of Hanover with sweeping green and...
Relax in the calm Hanover, VT

 

Sankt Anton Am Arlberg reviews - Austria
Another top ski resort that is at everybody’s reach is St. Anton am Arlberg, a mountain village with only about 2500 residents set at an...
St. Anton am Arlberg, a wonderful mountain village

Villach reviews - Austria
It has a unique place in the world, a location that gives you the freedom to find yourself, both mind and body. Between lakes and mountain peaks in...
Come to ski in the charming Villach

 
 
 
   Welcome to Travelgrove  register tell a friend bookmark it 
 
 
*