The farm is located at an altitude of 1,010 m, just outside the charming village of Pavliani, which marks the entrance to Oiti National Park.
Lying some 235 km from Athens, Pavliani actually comprises two villages, Kato (Lower) or Nea (New) Pavliani and Pano (Upper) Pavliani which are 2 km apart. It provides an ideal base for exploring the national park and engaging in a host of outdoor activities that will better acquaint you with the area’s remarkable natural and cultural heritage. Though majestic in its rugged splendor, Mt. Oiti is easily accessible. In fact the locals say the entire mountain can be walked from end to end. Visitors can hike or cycle along dozens of clearly marked forest trails that wind through landscapes of unspoiled natural beauty, filled with the heady fragrance of thyme, ironwort, origanum and aromatic wildflowers. For those seeking a more relaxed pace, the setting is ideal for leisurely walks and picnics beside gurgling brooks or in secluded glades. There are also plenty of scenic routes to explore by car or 4x4, which can be combined with the sampling of traditional culinary delights in the surrounding villages.
Regardless of the season, the farm has so much to offer. A truly year-round destination, it provides easy access to Mt. Parnassos and its two ski centers, enchanting Asproneri beach on the shores of the Malian Gulf, the UNESCO World Heritage-listed archaeological site and museum of Delphi. One interesting feature regarding the location of the 2.6 hectare farm is that one end lies on the outskirts of the village and the other is just a stone’s throw from the heart of the forest.
Vasilikia Mountain Farm is not only the ideal retreat for romantic getaways, ultimate relaxation and quality family time, but also the perfect springboard for a wealth of outdoor activities and your gateway to a world of adventure and discovery.