Seli (Greek: Σέλι, Aromanian: Selia de Jos) is a mountainous-alpine village and winter sports resort located in the Vermion Mountains of northern Greece. The village of Seli is located at a distance of 22km from Veria and 93km from Thessaloniki, in the prefecture of Imathia, Central Macedonia-Greece. It is also known as Kato Vermion of Veria (Greek: Κάτω Βέρμιον Βέροιας). The altitude of the village is 1400-1540 meters, the highest village in Greece. There are many restored and newly built vacation homes, mountain cottages and chalets in the village and the climate consists of cool summers and snowy winters. Most of the residents are native Greek speaking Vlachs . The village has many Inns & Hotels and a few cafe-bars and restaurants or tavernas.
The ski lift in Seli was the first one built in the entire country in 1934, making Seli the oldest Ski resort in Greece.
Official Seli Winter Resort website
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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