Mount Ossa

The water mountain, Ossa (Kissavos), stands above the Aegean Sea and is located between Mt Olympus and Pelion region.

The vegetation of the ancient forests surround the area with a mystical aura.

Flow trails, with a starting point at 2.000m above sea level and ending at the seashore of Stomio village; a meeting point of wind and kite surfers.

Geologically speaking, Mt Ossa is the sequel of Mt Olympus, divided by the valley of Tempi and Pinios river.

Mt Ossa is by the Greek folklore consider to be the alter ego of Mt Olympus and his great opponent, as singed by traditional songs.

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