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We started in Topolia. Go to bakery, take a left turn and start going down. You will pass a cementery on the left. Trail is quite easy, only a few climbes. Take proper shoes as partly road goes through rocks. At the end go to...More
Hiked from Koutsomatados to Topolia, parking by the little bridge just off the main road. It doesn’t take long - 45-60 min at most, following the river downstream. The last 10 min are a climb up to Topolia where we had lunch before venturing back...More
We passed trough entire gorge which was magnificent with a gorgeous smell at all times. Having collected few bottles we found on path and several plastic bags we realized that we run out of space when more trash appeared.. Sad, more instructions, warnings and cleaning...More
This is a spectacular drive with lots of great places to stop along the way, including the incredible olive wood carving Workshop of Manolis Tsouris in the village of Topolia, cave of Agia Sofia and Elafonisi beach.
We took a pause here on our way bach from Elafonisi Beach to Chania to take in the natural beauty. There are several places you can stop at the side of the road and admire the view. We didn't walk in the gorge, we only...More
Stopped by here on the way back from elafonissi beach. Good place to pause for break and take in natural beauty. There are a couple places to park on the side of the road to take in the stunning views.
Wonderful gorge, not as overwhelming as Imbros or Samaria, but still worth a visit. I wouldn't recommend starting your return trip in Topolia, seeing as when you return you'll have to make a steep climb at the end. A better idea is to start near...More
Don’t know why this gorge doesn’t get more notice. There is a stop after the village of Topolia where you can stop just before the tunnel that has beautiful views up the gorge and to the wider area just before the gorge. Makes going to...More