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Here is all you need to know for your private taxi tour from Volos to Nea Anchialos – Amaliapolis – Zerelia lakes Tour with us.
This tour combines archaeological interest with the beauty of Greek nature and an unexpected experience.
Highly recommended if you want to see some not so known parts of Greece.
We pick you up from the arranged pick up point, exact address, hotel, apartment, etc. (Upon request or special arrangement even inside the building, e.g. next to the reception), if it is a bus station a port, an airport, or a cruise
ship terminal we will be there, holding a sign with your name printed on it
We will help you with your luggage.
(Don’t hesitate to request for help if there are any movability problems)
Now it is time for your trip to begin.
It is actually a Volos VIP taxi service.
You will be provided with bottles of water for free.
You can use the free Wi-Fi if you want (just ask the driver for the password), and you
can charge your phone(s) or tablet(s) using the chargers or power banks that we provide.
If you have young children, they will be seated in boosters or special child seats
according to their age.
Our Mercedes cars guarantee a safe and comfortable trip.
During this tour from Volos to Nea Anchialos – Amaliapolis – Zerelia lakes Tour by taxi, your driver will provide information about
Volos, Greece, Greek culture, everyday life and can give you some tips for your
Taxi In Volos owns modern, regularly and carefully serviced Mercedes vehicles of high
technology in order to transfer you safely, comfortably, and luxuriously at your
User experience is our top priority and our goal is to provide our customers the
best possible service tailored to their needs.
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Here you can find some additional information about Nea Anchialos archaeological site– Amaliapolis and Zerelia lakes.
Don’t forget to check the itinerary, the featured video of the Zerelia Lakes, and the image gallery of Nea Anchialos – Amaliapolis.
The name of Anchialos during the Early Christian period was Phthiotic Thebes. It was ruined in 7th century and since then, there are not any shreds of evidence of the new community. It was inhabited again only at the beginning of our century and it was named Nea Anchialos.
This picturesque village is an unexpected surprise. Crystal clear water, a full view of the Pagasetic Gulf, and restaurants literally next to the sea.
Ideal for divers since there is an ancient ship wreckage as well !
The two twin small lakes, perfectly round with geometric accuracy Their meteoric origin since they are Maar lakes, the only ones existing in Greece.