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This is a must do for all Anafi visitors. The path to the top is somewhat difficult but manageable. It took us an hour to get there but it was totally worth it as the view was breathtaking. It is prefereable to go there either...More
An hour and something more to walk and a not so easy path, but the view up there is worthy all the effort!
The only negative aspect is that you may find some people camping there and I think it's something bad for a holy...More
Plenty of hikes on the island, most treks are marked and cleaned from vegetation. There is a new trekking map which makes trekking even easier and more fun.
We did the trek to the church Kalamiotissa, a few treks to the beaches, and the one...More
Built on top of Kalamos rock, second higher rock in the Mediterranean after Gibraltar, the tiny Church of Panagia Kalamiotissa is a popular hiking destination especially in summer. With breathtaking views almost 480m above the Aegean sea, the rock is approachable by the trekking path...More
I took the bus till the monastery and then I walked for an hour and a quarter to the top.
It 100% doable but you have to take care the hot and have with you water.
The top is amazing. It is a place with...More
Anafi is an ideal island for hikers (and swimmers). Since public transport is scarce and non-existant in May and since there is not even a taxi, it is best to rent a car from one of two companies. Also small 4x4 are available. Naturally it...More
I understand hiking isn't everybody's thing, but it's quite an important factor when I'm deciding where to go on holiday and it seems a shame to make so much effort to get to Anafi, and then not climb up to the church at the top...More
It is really nice visit and definitely worth the hike, the view from the top is absolutely amazing and the around 60min work out is really nice addition too, if you are a bit fit to start with ;) But there should be some precautions...More
totally worth the 60-90min walk from monastery (car/bus connection) ... you just need to take enough water. you can walk the whole beachside from the port, takes you 1-2 hrs more. i have been there 3 times now - i recommend walking all the way...More