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A twisty road leads to the foot of the ruins amidst a pine forest. Worth scanning the skies for Long-legged Buzzards and Bonelli's Eagle. The woods are the habitat of Serinss. Bird watchers can take the rough track above the tree line for fabulous views...More
great place to visit lots of old ruined houses and churches dating back to the middle ages great castle to visit but quite a climb ! the views are amazing if your visiting though take plenty of water as it gets very hot !
Everything about this place is beautiful. There's quite a bit of climbing so take some trainers (it's possible in flip flops but not to be recommended!). There's plenty of shade on the way up through the trees and apparently there are Mules to take you...More
A bit steep walk but the view is amazing. Remember to take good shoes. No flip-flops or soft shoes if you want to survive the rocks :) It is a bit windy there, so long sleeves might be helpful. Do not take little kids there!
This ruined city is one of the best things we did in Kos. The ruins are amazing, the views from the castle spectacular, and the restaurant on this hill is the beat place we ate during our visit. We loved it so much we came...More
An amazing view, so much to discover ( I love to explore "stones" as a friend named it).
Nevertheless: please: you need some stamina to reach the top, and good shoes (my sneakers have been way to inappropriate!), plus some time..its not a 20 min....More
Must visit a very old village from the early 9th century. A few houses still up and a couple of very old church's that will wow you. Very quiet and beautiful area that can travel you back in time. Don't visit with a buggy and...More
This place is just amazing the drive up the scenery is unreal and then yo u park up and start the climb up. Wow the first climb brings you to the little church then the next one takes you to a cross road one to...More