Mt. Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece; the home of the twelve gods of antiquity has been characterized as a natural forest. It is known throughout the world for both its ecological characteristics and unparalleled natural beauty, and because of its associations with ancient Greek mythology.
- In 1981 UNESCO declared Mt. Olympus as a «Biosphere Reserve». The whole of Mt. Olympus has been declared an archaeological and historical site.
- A total of 52 peaks stand out, rising from 760 to 2918 meters. During the summer it is an ideal destination for hiking, mountaineering and mountain climbing.
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