tilosAlthough small, this island situated to the south of Nisyros captures the imagination of anyone interested in paleontology, for here there once lived the prehistoric dwarf elephant, whose skeletons were found in one of its caves.

The capital of Tilos is Megalo Horio (literally Big Village), located in the interior to the north of the island. It is built like an amphitheatre on a hillside topped by a ruined castle erected by the Knights. The village occupies the site of the ancient town, the remains of which can still be seen scattered among the houses.

TrikeriTrikeri is a town in Magnesia, Thessaly, Greece. It includes the offshore islands of Paleo Trikeri and Alatás. The village of Trikeri is an excellent example of the diversity of Pilion as it possese all the features of an island.

YerakasA seaside port found within a small fjord, bounded by steep cliffs. Inside this fjord are a salt lake, and the actual village. Due to the restricted passage, only small ferries can enter and the ones that do, have trouble turning due to the narrow passages.

ZagoraZagora is a village Magnesia, Thessaly, Greece. The biggest village of Mt. Pelion, Zagora was at its commercial and cultural peak in the 8th and 7th centuries BCE. Zagora is located north of Volos.

ZakintosZakynthos is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea. It is the third largest of the Ionian Islands.

The name, like all similar names ending in -nthos, is pre-Mycenaean or Pelasgian in origin. In Greek mythology the island was said to be named after Zakynthos, the son of a legendary Arcadian chief Dardanus.

Zakynthos is a tourist destination, with an international airport served by charter flights from northern Europe. The island's nickname is To fioro tou Levante (Italian: Il fiore di Levante, English: The flower of the East), given by the Venetians.

LaganasLaganas is a village on the island of Zakynthos. The beach village Laganas, part of the community of Pantokratoras, is on the southeastern coast. A large part of Laganas is a national park, established for the protection of turtles.

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