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Imbros Gorge from Rethymno
USD 48.95 per adult
Imbros Gorge from Chania in Crete
USD 43.93 per adult
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Private Tour to Imbros Gorge
USD 550.64 per adult
Hike Imbros gorge and visit a winery or Frangokastello beach
USD 476.91 per adult
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Full-Day Santorini Island Trip from Crete

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Swap an independent ferry trip to Santorini from Crete for a full-day tour that includes a cruise and sightseeing once you’re there. Avoid the hassle of arranging your own cabs or buses on the Cycladic island; and simply sit back and admire its whitewashed clifftop towns as you sail the caldera. Then, enjoy a coach tour with time to stroll in the capital, Thira; Oia, and along the island’s clifftops.
USD 231.89 per adult
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Ingrid C wrote a review Nov. 2020
London, United Kingdom129 contributions84 helpful votes
Great hike, though very rocky. It's about an 8km walk downhill from Imbros (if you're driving here from Chania you'll encounter lots of twisty roads, some through small villages and at times stuck behind other vehicles). There was nobody at the guard/information hut so we didn't pay the entry fee until we reached the other end - only 2.50 euro per person. The route is pretty easy to follow and it's just about impossible to diverge from the main track. At the bottom, exit onto the road to find some cafes or restaurants. We went to the Taverna Komitades for a drink and a snack and to use the restroom before hiking back up the gorge (you needn't pay again to go back up - just show your tickets). Although this was more cardio than coming down, we did it in less time as our footing was surer. Definitely recommend going both ways if you can.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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hsstjra73 wrote a review Aug. 2020
Wilsden, United Kingdom25 contributions33 helpful votes
We have stayed in the charming sleepy village of Imbros for the last two summers. The locals are extremely friendly and welcoming. "Giannis", owner of the Imbros Village Taverna is a local sheep farmer and the lamb he serves has been reared on the picturesque slopes of the surrounding mountains - it is truly excellent! Don't pay the extortionate prices for the same meat in Chania, eat here, at the source, where he also brews the smoothest Raki on the island. The gorge is a lovely walk, but I can't emphasise enough, take your time and stop for a drink and a bite to eat at Imbros village. It truly is one of Crete's hidden gems, a place where time stands still.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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christia200145 wrote a review Aug. 2020
Oslo, Norway284 contributions85 helpful votes
It is a very nice gorge but with a lot of rocks. Takes 2-3 hours and it is a spectacular piece of nature, If you have a chance - go for it!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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makalu8000 wrote a review Aug. 2020
Toronto, Canada1,059 contributions130 helpful votes
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This is a easy two hour hike through a beautiful gorge. Entrance ticket 3 Euros. Just take good walking or running shoes and water. It gets really hot in the gorge so be prepared. This is not that busy and not crowded like Samaria Gorge. We noticed a lot of people struggling with the loose stones and the trail, but it is really pretty easy. It took us just under two hours and we took it easy. At the end you get accosted by taxi drivers at the various tavernas offering to take you back to the starting point. You can do this or walk back through the gorge. Recommended activity for Crete!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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VNstar wrote a review Aug. 2020
Greater London, United Kingdom38 contributions19 helpful votes
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Me and family including a 7yr old boy and a 9yr old girl had a lovely morning 3hr hike. It was still very impressive as we did this before the Samaria Gorge. It’s fairly flat but more rocky and no water refill station. It’s less shady so best to start early to avoid the sun at mid day. At the end there’s a cafe and car ride back to the entrance for 5 euros per person. Entrance fee is 3 euros. Great half day activity with small children.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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