Named after the church of Agios Vlassios found in the main square built in 1820 or 1836 by Dimos Zapaniotis from Epirus. The village is in the mountains, in central Pelion, about 16km from Volos, on the way from Ano Lechonia to Agios Georgios Nilias and to Pinakates. It is ideal for quiet and relaxing holidays.
With beautiful buildings of local architecture, Agios Vlassios is at an altitude of 320m, with a view of the Pagasitikos gulf.
In the main paved square you will see the church of Agios Vlassios, with the superb icons, a drinking fountain with running water and perennial plane trees lending their shade to the square (as is usual in most villages in Pelion).