The ancient capital of the Macedonian Empire and native town of Alexander the Great.
The most popular destination that attracts tourists from all over the World for hot springs which are also Thermal Baths known to the general public as Thermal Baths of Loutra Pozar.
Edessa is a city defined by water and the city’s name means “Tower in the Water”, where the waterfalls are among the world natural heritage sites with one certain feature that makes them unique…
Journey to the city of Loutraki Arideas in Pella Prefecture where located a unique complex with thermal baths Loutra Pozar. On the road we’ll stop in the ancient capital of the great Macedonian kingdom – Pella, where was born Alexander the Great. During the reign of Alexander the Great, Pella flourished and was the largest city in Macedonia the ruins of which can be seen today.
After arriving in Loutraki checking into a hotel and dinner in one of the many taverns nearby (not included in the tour price). Next, departure to the thermal complex Loutra Pozar where is large swimming pool with thermal water gushing from the bowels of the earth, ancient baths pose with the specific sites is indeed a miracle of nature. Also you can find a number of new private baths Pozar where you can isolate yourself for an hour or more and enjoy them with your friends.
Here we will spend time until the evening, where you can enjoy medical procedures, optionally a therapeutic massage, and then dine in one of the taverns with amazing views of the mountains with dense vegetation and a mountain river, with numerous waterfalls. The area to Pozar has natural beauty and many options to do tourism activities ennallaktikou to see many sights to see the beautiful areas around Loutraki and of course enjoy the local cuisine, which includes dishes Macedonian holding for centuries.
After breakfast travel to the city of Edessa which name means “Tower in the Water”. The waterfalls of Edessa are among the world natural heritage sites with one certain feature that makes them unique. In time they shifted forward, gradually creating new caves while the majority of waterfalls worldwide because of the erosion at a certain degree shift backward. They have a little more than 70m height, being at the edge of the rock. The continuous water motion has “sculptured” the stone creating a unique Geologically formed water system. Here you can visit the waterfall cave and actually see how a compact rock is eventually created by the power of water.
This gorgeous spot you also we’ll see features the Folklore Museum, with collections and items of the Edessa-area folk culture and there is a water museum as well, whose exhibits feature water industry tools, and an aquarium with amphibians, turtles, snakes, and a crocodile. Edessa also has an Older Quarter with timber and plaster buildings of a couple centuries ago and a Byzantine-era bridge.