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If you go to Lissos the main area with the church and mosaic floor is on your right when you descend down towards the valley. Go through a gate and up some steps to the mosaic floor. Then return to the gate before turning right...More
From the town sougia After a 4km (1h)walk in a gorge and up a mountain you arrive to this beautiful ancient town with a great beach.
Lot of ruins to see and after you can take a swim in the beautiful bay. Very quiet and...More
we hiked here and back from Sougia. the bay at Lissos is lovely with a small empty beach. you can get a boat taxi back for five euro if you do not want to hike the return. quiet and beautiful, recommended
If you're not an experienced and avid hiker, my advice is to take a pleasure boat ($5 Euro) from Sougia to Lissos and walk back. It is a nice spot to swim and explore the ruins, but the hike is harder--all the hikes in Greece...More
This is a lovely hike from Sougia, under 2 hours. Thru some forest, views from cliffs above the sea, a steep descent into Lissos. There aren't very many ruins, but it's a beautiful blue lagoon to swim in and relax for the afternoon. When you're...More
We passed from this beautiful beach when we were hiking between Sougia and Paleochora and we were amazed by the beautiful peaceful water and the great view. Lissos was an ancient city with so much history and you can see the ruins and what is...More
We walked from Sougia to Lissos, actually because the weather in the mountains was not good and we did not want to hang on the beach in Sougia. We were happily surprised: the walk so Lissos is só beautiful, partly through a gorge, partly on...More
After a delicious lunch at Sougia we decided to walk to Lissos. It's an energetic hike requiring good strong footwear with several accents and descents until you reach the beach just below Lissos. You can get the boat back but we wanted to walk back...More