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Damouhari,a heavenly little hamlet, Mouresi’s pride and prize and formerly NE Pelion’s natural port, where ships would bring their trade. Damouhari today consists of two lovely inlets separated by a narrow little cape on which still stand the ruins of a medieval castle. The little bay on the left still is a lovely little port where fishing boats will lazy about rocking softly on the wave, while its twin is now a quite attractive pebbly beach. Amongst the olive trees that abound there one will find quite a few quaint old houses mingling with new ones, great tavernas and a captivating atmosphere reminiscent of life in the olden days. From Damouhari, a short walk over a low ridge will bring the visitor to Papa Nero, a wonderful sandy beach, beyond which is the beach of Agios Ioannis.

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