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3-5 Pigadia (Wells) ski resort
Greece

The 3-5 Pigadia (3-5 Wells) ski resort belongs to the Municipality of Naoussa and is located on the western side of Vermion, at an altitude of 1,430-2,005 meters. The roads leading to the resort are paved with asphalt. It has tracks for tourist and sports skiing, tracks for cross country skiing, hiking paths, climbing paths and excellent quality of snow.

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Uploaded: 15/02/2009
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Tags: biliouris; naousa; naoussa; ski; snow resort; panorama; ναουσα; μπιλιουρης; πανοραμα
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