Using Naoussa as their starting point, lovers of antiquity may first visit the famous Macedonian tombs of Lefkadia, the School of Aristotle at Isvoria, and Vergina and Pella a bit further from the city, and thus get to know the birthplace of Ancient Macedonian Culture.
Nature-lovers may, by following the paths and the specially designated trails such as European Path E4, explore the mountain which accessible all year round. The scattered country churches offer many spots for rest and relaxation after a trip on foot or even by car. Certain interesting caves scattered near or even a little further from town (Saranta Kamares, Limnospileo, Paliosoteras, Krastas, Arkochori, and others) comprise a real challenge for cave exploration enthusiasts.
In place of older Vermio settlements which have been destroyed, vacation housing are been developed over the last few years attracting many visitors during both summer and winter (Koutsoufliani, Ano Seli, Metamorphosi-“Drazilovo” etc.). At the place of the old Palioniaousta settlement, above the springs of the Arapitsa River, the rock reminds us of a feminine form, also known as the “marmaromeni gria” (old woman petrified into marble). In addition, the refugee settlement at Nea Strantza, at the centre of the vinery zone attracts visitors’ interest on the alternate route towards Giannakochori.
In general, the area lends itself to tourism all year round. It doesn’t matter when one comes to visit. One can always find something to catch his interest, can always try the specialties at one of the taverns, and, of course, will always come across the smile of the people of Naoussa and their warm hospitality. It really is a magical destination for all four seasons.

 

(Source: http://www.naoussa.gr/visit/paths/index.htm?output=print)