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National Snow Center Vasilitsas

Grevenon-Distratou (45 km. from Grevena Town) | Smixi, Grevena 51032, Greece
+30 2462 084850
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Professionalism and flexiblity in one of the most beautiful ski centers and bike parks in Greece

We have visited Vassilitsa bike park, the first one in Greece that offers well signed Enduro and... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2016
Athens, Greece
Nice slopes, heavy fog

Visited in late December 2015. The road to the ski resort provides a scenic route, which... read more

Reviewed 6 January 2016
Piraeus, Greece
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Grevenon-Distratou (45 km. from Grevena Town) | Smixi, Grevena 51032, Greece
+30 2462 084850
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Reviewed 29 August 2016

We have visited Vassilitsa bike park, the first one in Greece that offers well signed Enduro and Downhill bike trails. Bike riders may use the ski lifts to get to the top and enjoy the unique trails of this beautiful area. The director Mr. Karagiannis...More

Thank MareVista
Reviewed 6 January 2016

Visited in late December 2015. The road to the ski resort provides a scenic route, which unfortunately we did not get to enjoy, due to the thick fog. There are several chalets to chill out if you are not able (or willing) to ski. Many...More

Thank gelPiraeus_Greece
Reviewed 12 December 2015 via mobile

We drove almost 3 hours to find the place. There are signs at start but no signs at all has you get deep into the woods. The site is ok but the drive to get there spoild most of our day.

Thank Leon H
Reviewed 24 August 2015

An excellent area for ski and relax for any person who wants something special. The area is full of forests and rivers. Also nice hotels offer accommodation and good food. Prices are logical. Weather during our stay was good with temperatures around 20 Celsius.

Thank antonakip
Reviewed 13 August 2015

The best natural slopes in Greece. It is great for children and adults too,the best snowboard slope .

Thank NAGIA94
Reviewed 17 March 2015

I had alot of fun going there we went up the hill and down the hill like 10.000 times, only one bad thing happened on out trip and that is of the kid WHO got his foot cought in the brakes of the sleigh and...More

Thank fragfour
Reviewed 27 February 2015

Great for experienced and non experienced skiers and snowboarders! Amazing nature and views. It had great quality and quantity of snow and the downhills were just incredible. the drawbacks are the long waiting times and the old platter lifts,

1  Thank loukiat
Reviewed 15 February 2015

The National Ski Center of Vassilitsa has 16 downhill ski slopes of a total length 15,952 m, 1 snowboard slope & 2 ski runs of a total length 3760 m. Is probably one of the most beautiful ski resorts we have in the North part...More

Thank Alexandra B
Reviewed 19 January 2015

I am a big fan of skiing!!! I have visit more than 15 snow centers in my life. I think that Vasilitsa is the best snow resort in Greece.

Thank Dimitris T
Reviewed 3 January 2015

Drive up to the 2nd parking, it as less crowds. No hope to find a smoke-free chalet, but the further you go the better it gets...

Thank Evangelos H
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Hello, we are a family of 5 who are keen to try skiing but also see Greece. We are hoping to come at start of April. I have looked at many ski resorts in Greece and the northern resorts seem the best bet as they are more likely to have good snow in April. Vasilitsas looks good. What is the best way to get there by public transport? And where is the best place to stay where we could access the slopes easily and also be able to go to cheap places to eat? Thanks.
13 January 2015|
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Response from V0yager1492 | Reviewed this property |
Good morning! Yes, Vasilitsa is a good bet, since it haw the longest snow period in Greece, BUT, probably there will be no snow on April. Even in the best years thw snow melts till the end of March -we are in Greece. As a... More