This unusual and little-known trek begins at Limnes and ends at the spot known as Leonidio’s Point. We climb Petra Hill, on the northeast side of Leonidio, and walk through a small forest of cedar trees into the Limnes plateau.
We walk east along Galiora mountain, with views over a fertile valley, with orange groves and various vegetable crops, until we come to the edge of the mountain, known as The Point.
Here, we visit an old stone-built sheep pen nestled in the mountain rock and then descend to the main Leonidio-Athens road. We walk back to Leonidion, passing below the Three Windmills.
|Duration||3.00 – 3.30 hours|
|Degree of Difficulty||Challenging, no trail|
|Number of Participants||4 – 15 persons|
|Bring with you||Trainers or trekking boots, light sportswear, a hat and water|
|We provide||Poles, backpack containing whistle and torch|
|Participation Requirements||Registration form, full payment in advance, good physical and mental health|
|Cost||20 euros / person|