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Tsagkarada

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Tsagkarada, older form Tsangarada, rarely Tsagarada (Greek: Τσαγκαράδα), is a village that is part of the municipality of Mouresi and serves the seat of this municipality while the village of the same municipal name is to the northwest and is second in municipal population. It is in the eastern part of Magnesia in the prefecture of the same name in Greece. It sits on the slopes of the Pelio mountains. Tsagkarada is located southeast of Zagora, north of Agios Lavrentios and about 55 km east of the city of Volos (Magnesia's capital). Tsagkarada is linked with the road linking with Agios Lavrentios and near Zagora. It stretches from north to south as well as residential buildings and are surrounded by forests as well. Its population in 2001 was 710 and 784 for its municipal district which includes Mylopotamos beach. The altitude is 450 meters. It offers a view of the Aegean Sea to the northeast. The area around Tsagkarada are made up of forest to the east and the west while the extreme west features grasslands and the top of mount Pilio.

Get in[edit]

By bus from Volos Interurban Bus Terminal ("Yperastiko KTEL") (KTEL Volou).

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  • Sunbathing
  • Swimming

Beaches[edit]

There are a few sandy beaches near Tsangarada.

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The tap water is drinkable and restaurants will serve glasses of ice water upon request. Local drinks include Mythos (beer) and Ouzo.

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Stay safe[edit]

Tsagkarada is a generally safe destination.

  • The summer sun tends to get very strong. You should not take the risk of dehydration, sunburns or even heat strokes lightly. Wear appropriate clothes, maybe with a hat and sunglasses; use sunscreen; bring enough water on excursions and know when to stop exhausting yourself and seek the shade of a tree.

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