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An impressive hiking through waterfalls and watemills! It becomes much better, when there is plenty of water and you can also swim in the small lakes. The only problem was the lack of signs, but in daylight you can find your way easily.
Although when we visited there was no water in the main fallwater, if you walk in the signed path (it is indicated by white-blue lines) you will find many smaller waterfalls with small pools that you can dive. The experience is unique. The path is...More
The waterfall was easy to find. However, it was almost completely dry and the pool underneath was shallow and filled with algae. I would not recommend jumping in, as you would break your legs, and get algae poisoning.
After this, we went on the hike...More
I will make it simple - do not check whether the winter was rainy and whether there are waterfalls or not. It doesn't matter, because it is wonderful even without them. Trust me!
The path of the watermills, leading to the gorge is wonderful! Remnants...More
Unfortunately the waterfalls were a big disappointment for us, since the long term drought restricted the amount of water, making this remarkable landmark of the island a real swamp! No water falls of the rocks and the lake without any flow, full of leaves, mud...More
The well marked trail winds down the side of the old river valley. The thick canopy of trees offers welcome shade on a hot Greek day. Sadly, due to an extremely dry winter on Kythira, the beautiful pools at the bottom of the valley are...More