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The Tour of the Hellenic region Elladikon, as it was named in the Byzantine Empire era, is bounded from the Istmus of the Corinth canal, up to the central northern Greece. We will ride through the scenic Ionian coastal road, up the mountains of Epirus and the wild scenery of the Zagoria villages, to the Valley of Meteora and its breathtaking rock perching monasteries, across to beautiful mount Pilion. From the west to the east coast of mainland Greece dipped in Mythology, this is a most relaxing ride as we intentionally aspire to engage all five of your senses.



The prices include the Indian Chieftain motorcycle rental for 5 days, accommodation in 4 star hotels (where available) with breakfast, your tour leader and guide, our escort van for your luggage, dinners and lunches (alcoholic beverages are not included), gas and tolls, all entry fees for sites, road-book, map and more. WHAT IS not INCLUDED: everything not mentioned above. Transport from and to the airport is not included but can be arranged upon request.



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7 Days in total
5 Days riding


1,450 km / 900 miles – Total riding
200 km / 125 miles – Average per day riding
(Besides first and last day of riding on new highways.)

Average Riding Time

4:00 to 5:00 hours (except first and last day)


From sea level to 1,000 meters elevation

Intermediate to experienced rider

– The entire route is on paved tarmac roads

– Most of them are easy touring roads

– Narrow twisty single lane country roads will be part of our daily ride

– Sometimes challenging curvy roads will also be encountered

– You must feel comfortable handling a large Touring motorcycle

Some of our participants enjoy riding as many kilometers as possible in a day, whereas others prefer to arrive early at the hotel to relax and enjoy the amenities before dinner. We choose to organize our daily rides at a pleasant pace. The stated riding times do not include breaks, photo stops, site visits and time spent for lunch. A riding day usually starts around 9 am, if necessary a little earlier or sometimes even later.



We have planned our schedule to get the most out of the five-day riding tour in mainland Greece. Most, of course, does not refer to the amount of riding kilometers or miles per day but to experiencing the most in a day and always at a relaxed and pleasant pace.

ATHENS (Arrival day and Welcome dinner)


1st Day Ride

Athens to Parga
Distance 450 km/ 280 miles
Riding time 6:00 Hours
Yes indeed this our longest day of riding in any of are tours but don’t be alarmed. It is our first day and we are all loaded with energy! It is a very easy going ride since most of the time we will be riding on the newly constructed scenic coastal highway. We will cross the impressive Corinth Isthmus canal to continue on the northern coastal highway of Peloponissos. We will cross back to mainland Greece through the majestic suspended bridge of Rio – Antirio, the world’s longest multi-span cable-stayed bridge also featured in the Mega-Structures documentary of National Geographic. From there will ride for our lunch in Astakos then through the scenic Ionian coastal road we will reach the lovely little port village of Parga.

Rio – Antirio bridge


2nd Day Ride

Parga to Papingo
Distance 180 km / 111 miles
Riding time 4:00 Hours
Now we are leaving the coast and heading for a beautiful mountainous ride to reach the amazing Zagoria villages and their truly unique wild nature and scenery. Our destination, the village of Papingo, the most beautiful of them all, is situated in an incredible location between the gorge of Vikos and the Tymfi mountain range, truly breathtaking. Reaching our destination we will ride through an amazing set of 15 tight hairpins with a distance of an average of 100 meters between each one… challenging yet most fulfilling!


3rd Day Ride

Papingo to Kalambaka
Distance 175 km / 108 miles
Riding time 4:00 Hours
Today we will ride to Meteora, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1988. The original meaning of the word meteoros (μετέωρος) means in a limbo. The Monasteries are perched in a limbo on these awe-inspiring rocks, millions of years old. This is a unique site and experience. Words cannot really describe what you will see or feel. Leaving Papingo for Meteora, weather permitting, we might have a couple of route choices to reach our destination, all on scenic roads. One of them and a favorite is through the straight of Katara (The Curse) after our lunch break in the mountain village of Metsovo We will spend the evening in the shadows of these colossal rocks and their centuries old monasteries.


4th Day Ride

Kalambaka to Pilion
Distance 275 km / 170 miles
Riding time 5:30 Hours
After our visit of the Meteora we will head for the east coast to reach mount Pilion and its stone built old picturesque village of Portaria. A beautiful scenic peripheral ride of mount Pillion awaits us. It is considered by many the most scenic mountain road in Greece.


5th Day Ride

Portaria to Athens
Distance A357km / 220 miles
Distance B380Km/ 235 miles
Riding time A 6:00 Hours
Riding time B 7:30 Hours
Our last day riding and we hit the road back to Athens through the newly upgraded highway of the eastern coast of Greece. We will have the choice of two different return routes. One(A) shorter and on our way we will stop by the small remote fishing village of Mitzela for light lunch and maybe a swim before we reach Athens and get ready for our farewell dinner. The longer route option (B) will require an earlier rise and departure so to cross by ferry to island of Euboa and indulge ourselves in a nice mountain ride before we again cross through the Chalkida Bridge back to the mainland to reach Legendary rides in Athens.

Departure Day (Athens)

Estimated durations or time of riding or evaluations of touring grading (touring or challenging roads) are made on the basis of personal experience of our crew. These will not be considered as hard documented data that apply to all riders. Each rider has different levels of experience, skills, physical and mental endurances. For this reasons each individual rider can experience an actual route or the whole tour in a different way. You are kindly requested to evaluate all information given above to your own perception. Legendary Rides or its crew cannot be held liable if the given information do not match the rider’s personal experiences or perceptions during the tour.

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