Kymata Hotel
Olympos Mountain
Platamonas Castle
Public Forest of Kato Olympos
Platamonas Beach
Neoi Poroi Beach
Skotina Beach
a person in a boat in the water with the sun setting


Enjoy winter sports and skiing in close proximity to our Hotel, with mount Olympus standing out and magnetizing.

The wider area of Olympus and Platamonas is ideal for exploration and hiking.

Olympus is famous for the thrills it offers to lovers of mountaineering and aspired adventurers.

Sea Sports
Enjoy the Aegean with water sports offered in the area, and spend unforgettable moments with your family.

a stone castle on a hill

Platamonas Castle

In this castle we find the 3 main features of the medieval fortresses: the first enclosure, the second enclosure which is both the citadel and the central tower. The spacious outer wall of the castle is polygonal in shape, reinforced by towers placed at irregular intervals and kept in good condition. Its entrance is located on the southeast side, while on the same side there is a ruined wall or barbikan.

The height of the walls reaches right from the entrance 9.5m. and on the left the 7.5 m., while the thickness ranges between 1.2 and 2 m. Between the two gates of the main entrance there was an additional tower, now destroyed. The 2nd precinct is 6-7 m high. and in its northeast corner there is an unusual tower with a square outer perimeter and a circular interior. This tower has a Byzantine type tiled roof.

a mountain range with snow

Olympus Mountain

Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece, known worldwide mainly for its mythological context, as at its top (Mytikas, altitude 2,918.80 meters) lived the Twelve "Olympian" Gods according to the religion of the ancient Greeks.

It is also the second highest mountain in the Balkans (after Rila in Bulgaria). Its compact mountain range dominates the borders of Macedonia and Thessaly, with a series of high peaks that groove deep ravines, around which an area of particular biodiversity extends. For the protection of this unique heritage, it was declared in 1938 as the first National Park in Greece.