Mouresi is also known as Morris during the Turkish occupation or Miression from the years of integration of Thessaly. Others, however, the etymology from the fruits of mulberry and old residents of the village reflecting on local tradition pretend that Mouresi has a direct relationship with the city Myra in Asia Minor where according to the same tradition they became the first settlers of the village.
Mouresi has its roots in the Aegean coast and specifically in Damouchari. The village during the Turkish occupation was foundation with good agricultural and craft even better performance in the metaxokalliergeias space. Thanks also to the natural harbor of Ntamoucharis- unique Pelion East-were not few Mouresiotes that dealt in the past years with the shipping. Mouresi is built at an altitude of 380m. from the sea and is about 50Km. from Volos. It overlooks the sea and the mountain. It is built over the coastal settlements Damouchari and Papa Nero, who belong to Mouresi. In the taverns of the village and the wider region, visitors can enjoy including traditional Pilioritika foods. It can even be accelerated, the temple of the Holy Trinity and admire the wonderful "colander temple" of. The church is located in the center of the square of Mouresi which the shade three very large limes. There are other churches in the village such as AgiaParaskevi, built in 1792, the chapel of Prophet Elias chapel of Stavros, the church of Agios Nikolaos in Damouchari and the Church of the Assumption. Also through the green paths can make magnificent walks on paths leading to coastal villages, mountains and neighboring villages . For lovers of winter sports , you can visit the ski resort of Agriolevkes approximately 20Km . from the village. Whatever season you visit Mouresi will compensate the incredible full rotations beauty.