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All reviews final climb small church short hike nice hike worth the climb easy hike worth the effort wear good shoes take your time astra suites bring water beautiful church different perspective the cliff walking shoes flip flops views are amazing
I got lost on my way from Fira doing the Fira to Oia hike. Someone sent me down all the steps past the resort and I landed my eyes on this beauty. If I was not already en route doing the other hike I definitely...More
Skaros is a wholly worthwhile trek to make from Imerovigli. You will be treated to some fantastic panoramic views and can also go down and pay a visit to the church on the outer side of Skaros. We didn't even realize it was there until...More
It is beautiful to view from all sides. The walk is longer than it looks. At the very end you have to decide if you truly want to climb the last 100 yards to the top. So many great views of the Caldera.
A nice walk and a wee scramble to get to the top so need to be fairly fit or used to climbing and not scared of heights after saying that it's only about the last 4 metres (13') you need to us your hands and...More
Nice wee 20-30 min hike from the top of stairs. To get to the top you will need to do a 2-3m verticle climb but it's pretty easy. However, if you're not confident then it may put you off. Once you're up the views are...More
Actually just a rock in the sea but definitely worth a walk. do not underestimate the meters in altitude when going there, this walk is like a medium hike. you have to climb a little little bit to reach the top as well. it takes...More
The return trek from the path near Imerovigli is only a few hundred metres however there is a large number of stairs, loose rocks/gravel and a rock climb at the rear (if you want to reach the peak).
There is also a church at the...More
They're called cairns. "Cairns are used as trail markers in many parts of the world, in uplands, on moorland, on mountaintops, near waterways and on sea cliffs, as well as in barren deserts and tundra." 😉