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Visited the kapsa monastery which was closed so left with out much to do we decided to walk up the pervolakia gorge which was the biggest gorge I have ever walked 4km to pervolakia as the crow flies I would recommend a visit there is...More
The Monastery sits on a hillside with stunning views and is well worth a visit. It’s position overlooking the Libyan Sea is beautiful as are the well kept Monastery’s various verandas built into the hillside, the main one being shaded by a roof of vines....More
Went to the Monastery and its a steep walking but worth doing it. Also went Pervolakia gorge, worth walking long but beautiful and a nice village at the end up in the mountains where can refresh and eat. It's around 3 hours walk up!
The monastery is in a very beautiful place, on the top of an impressive gorge and with an amazing sea view, but it's not permitted to visit the internal.
It's only possible go to the cripta (a small cave) where the hermit lived for whom...More
Set high on the cliff top and rock face this is an imposing Monastery with commanding views......
It is along side one of the many gorges in Crete...Pervolakia
We parked at the bottom near the road and had a walk up...long road and when hot...More
We came here after our Pervolakia gorge hike. A beautiful cozy monastery, church, beautiful yard. Worth to visit. Also we hiked up to the cave where a saint Gerontoyiannis used to live. Peaceful and nice place (we have visited in the begining of April in...More