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Visited here at dusk and was great! Wasn’t too busy at this time of year which was good. The walk up would require trainers and maybe some water depending on your fitness. Worth the walk up though and great to see. The geology of the...More
Very unique opportunity for those of us who have not seen a live volcano or any other natural source fire. Good memories and also refreshing to do tourism at night.
The way up is not has hard as I expected by all the people complaining...More
The Chimaera was a mythological hybrid beast, part lion, goat and serpent. You are unlikely to see one unless you stop in the nearby hippy village and invest in some pharmaceuticals. More common creatures are the obese, sweaty, wheezing tourists lumbering up the steep trail....More
This is Mount Olympus and the eternal flame which never goes out. It is the legendary home of the Chimaera a fire breathing dragon of Greek mythology it was killed by Bellerophon. Finding the place is not easy unless you are on a tour bus....More
Exactly as titled - A long steep walk to see some small flames.
Very uneven steps to get to the fires. Not for casual walkers. Mostly I would consider it climbing.
Would suggest a little over an hour for the return walk, and no more...More
Well it's a good hike up and down but a totally unique experience. Much of the path is ok but towards the top it gets a bit tricky, walking over rough and smooth boulders and rocks....ok if you're sure footed and wearing sturdy trainers but...More
The walk up the hill is 25 minutes and fine unless you have mobility issues. There is a rock path that is easy to follow but some of the steps are high and the path is uneven. If walking back in the dark then you...More
I highly recommend visiting the place to see an interesting natural phenomenon - a bunch of fires burning from inside the rocks: beautiful and calming view, especially in the evening. The walk is pleasant as well: picturesque forest all around and great panorama of the...More
From Ciriali, you walk to the north end of the beach and follow the road inland around the bend. At the bottom of the hill is a reception center and small cafe. You have to climb up the hill on a well-traveled path to get to... More
From Ciriali, you walk to the north end of the beach and follow the road inland around the bend. At the bottom of the hill is a reception center and small cafe. You have to climb up the hill on a well-traveled path to get to the Chimera.