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Natural Feature
“Mount Ida, also known as Psiloritis Mountain, at 2,456 m, is the highest mountain on Crete. Located in the Rethymno regional unit, it was sacred to the Greek Titaness Rhea, and on its slopes lies one of the caves, Idaion Antron, in which, according to legend, Zeus was born. Its summit (Timios Stavros) has the highest topographic prominence in Greece.”
  • Recommandé par 8 habitants
Point of Interest
“(Following the path from the entrance of the town SPILI left and for Tavern Drimos) The spectacular, verdant gorge of Patsos is located in the inland area at the It is a beautiful gorge with a small river running through it. It has been developed for the visitors’ ease of walking, by the Forest Authority. It is 2 kilometers long and the walk requires 2 hours in total, including the return to the entrance. The elevation difference between the highest point and the entrance reaches 240 meters. Inside the gorge there are designated rest areas and a bird watching hide. The charms of the gorge are numerous: the huge plane trees and the luxuriant vegetation that grows in the watercourse the imposing high walls the chapel of San Antonios, which is built in a niche of a large cave. The altar of an ancient open air sanctuary used to stand next to the chapel; the god Hermes (Kraneos Ermis), protector of shepherds, forests and the fertility of nature, as well as the god Pan, were worshipped there in Antiquity ”
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Taverna
“Tavern "Drymos" is located in a natural green environment and is crossed by small tributaries. Next to it there is the gorge of St. Anthony of Patsos (the place of cult of Kranaios Hermes and God Panna in ancient times) where you can enjoy the walk before or after your meal. The "Drymos" tavern is 2 km away from the property. On the way we meet the famous River Dam. Traditional meals are served daily from the kitchen. It is offered for any kind of social events. All visitors of the "Drymos" can tour the zoo, the specially designed folklore museum and our orchard.”
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Nature
“BARRAGE DE FRAGMA POTAMON Pour y accéder, depuis Rethymno, il faut prendre la direction de la vallée d’Amari par PRASIES. Une très jolie vallée et une promenade à une vingtaine de kms de Bollana”
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Parc
“The famous and highest mountain on Crete, is worth visiting! Interesting features are the plateau of Nida, Ideon Andron Cave and the forest of Ruva on the east side.”
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Natural Feature
“Amari Dam Reservoir (Fragma Potamon) is worth visiting for its natural beauty and beautiful dam lake! A nice drive through the Cretan country side! ”
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Parc
“Gious Kambos Plateau is located on the western edge of Psiloritis. It is a small but very special plateau, which is full of flowers during spring, with beautiful colours, as thousands of endemic tulips and many rare orchids, for a sweet-smelling carpet, a paradise of the biologists due to its great floral biodiversity. The plateau can be accessed through Gerakari or Kissos villages.”
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Restaurant
Natural Feature
“"Drymos" tavern-cafe is a wooden, airy and traditional tavern just before the entrance of the St. Anthony's Gorge in Patsos. Probably after a good walk through the Gorge, visitors can indulge themselves with some traditionally grilled local meat (antikristo) or other local dishes. The tavern is large enough to accommodate large groups of people and sometimes, visitors may also stumble upon traditional Cretan feasts that take place in the area. Within the premises of the tavern, visitors can also view stables of local farm animals, such as donkeys or Cretan goats.”
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Administrative Area Level 4
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Église
“The church of Panagia was built in the 14th century...with well preserved murals...and many visitors from all over the world every year...”
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Lodging
“Triopetra consists mainly of two beaches, which are separated by a small peninsula. At the edge of the peninsula, in the sea, three majestic rocks rise. Triopetra is named after these rocks, since it means “Three Rocks””
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Restaurant
“Επισκεφτείτε το για φαγητό αλλά και για αγορά ντόπιων προιοντων από το κρεοπωλείο του”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants