Hotel Akti in Paralia Leptokarias founded in 2004 and since then it creates the best summer experiences for people coming almost from all over the world.
Located in Leptokaria only 50m from the beach is a unique destination for long and short time vacations. The rooms have two side balcony with view to Mt. Olympus or to the sandy beach of Lepokaria.
The classic room is ready to host 2 people with confort and with the best service to be provided. Choose this rooms for relaxing vacation near the sea.
The trimple room is a better choise for a small family to have a great summer experience in Leptokarya. Put the button bellow to see more about the room.
More space needed? Here we have the biggest choise we can provide. This is a room for 4 people ready to host your family vacation. Are you ready?
Mount Olympus is highest mountain in Greece and the second highest mountain in the Balkans. The terrain contains many charming and splendid features amongst which are sheer rocky peaks, deep gorges, alpine fields and thick forest all combining to create the rare magic of Mount Olympus. In total there are 52 peaks ranging from altitudes of 760 m to 2918 m which combined with the sheer ravines create scenes of unique beauty.
In 1938, Olympus, the highest Greek mountain, the residence of the twelve ancient gods, was the first area which was declared as a National Park. About 50 years ago a special regime was enforced to protect this unique part of our country.
Dion stands in the northern foothills of Mount Olympus, and exercises complete control over the narrow defile leading from Macedonia to Thessaly. Formerly a distance of only 7 stades from the shores of the Thermaic Gulf, it was the most important sacred city of the Macedonians. Here it was that Archelaos I, at the end of the 5th century B.C., first held brilliant festivals at which sacrifices were offered to Olympian Zeus and the Pierian Muses, and introduced theatrical and gymnastic competitions – the “Olympia ta en Dion” – which were still celebrated about 100 B.C.
Here it was that Philip II celebrated the capture of Olynthos, the capital of the Chalkidian League, and here Alexander the Great sought the aid of the king of the gods before setting out for the East.
The Platamon Castle , an important part of the history of Pieria, is a Crusader castle (built between 1204 and 1222) in northern Greece and is located southeast of Mount Olympus, in a strategic position which controls the exit of the Tempe valley, through which passes the main road connecting Macedonia with Thessaly and southern Greece. The tower (donjon), which overlooks the highway, is an imposing medieval fortress.
Important discoveries are the board of Hellenistic wall, that confirm the suggestion that on this position was the ancient Greek city Herakleion and the gate in the wall of the donjon.