The most popular hiking trails in Greece
In Vikos Gorge is one of the classic hiking trails and one of the most exciting in Greece, which connects the villages of Monodendri and Vikos and passes through the heart of the Vikos–Aoos National Park. The route lasts about 6 hours, it is rich in fauna, while in some parts you can swim in the summer. In Zagorochoria one can find routes for all levels, one of the also famous routes of the area is in the area of Drakolimni, which is located at an altitude of 2000 meters with a breathtaking landscape. Starting from small Papigo and going towards the Astrakas refuge, continuing towards Lakka Tsoumani one ends up in Drakolimni
The river Lousios connects Dimitsana and Stemnitsa and the hiking route it offers has rich elements for walkers who will choose it. Both its natural and cultural elements will make you love this very enjoyable route. In the Peloponnese also, both on the Laconian side the network of trails exceeds 90 km and consists of many trails of varying degrees of difficulty and distances, as well as on the Messinian side with the famous gorges of Koskarakas, Viros and Rintomos.
The Samaria Gorge is the largest and most famous gorge of Crete where visitors from all parts of the world arrive for hiking, to feel the ultimate experience of Cretan nature. On the other hand, the scenery changes as the peninsula of Gramvousa is characterized by many as the “place of the arid Land“. This route has two different trails. One starts from Falasarna through a wild path that needs attention and experience from walkers and the other from Kissamos with a more passable path that you can cross even without equipment.