Pella has a total population of 19,036 inhabitants and its capital is Edessa.
It is named after the ancient city of Pella, the capital of ancient Macedonia and the birthplace of Alexander the Great.
Landscapes of natural beauty, areas protected under “Natura 2000” and special protection zones safeguarded under the legislation are composing the unique ecosystem and priceless natural habitat of Pella.
Visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities such as skiing on the Kaimakchalan ski resort, Rowing at the International Nautical Center Loudias and Hiking in the Agras wetland.
The place is famous for the local products as: peaches, kiwis, hot peppers “tsouskes”, fresh crisp, Edessa cherries, honey.
Perfect for: cultural tourism, activity tourism, ecotourism.