We went on a organised tour!. We were given 2-3hours for the walk down., however with our speed and ability - we just walked the walk in the time given, didn't have enough time to actually enjoy the walk and enjoy the enviornment. Regardless - it is well worth the walk. At the end of the walk we found out... 更多
My two friends and I decided to walk this gorge since Samaria was not yet open. One of our group decided to take the day off and it was probably a wise decision for her since her ankles are not strong. The walk was not difficult but it is rocky so footing can be a bit tricky. I hasten to... 更多
It is only about 7kms long. Not a tough walk but it does get hot as the sun climbs into the sky. Also take a pole if your a mature age as the track is loose stones and rocks. Easy to twist an ankle. The gorge is only about 10minutes from the little seaside village of Hora Sfaklia. Very nice... 更多
The gorge is 7 km long.You ca walk it easily by yourself. There are a lot of stones, which hurt your feet at the end. It's not that cold, because mostly the gorge is very wide and sun come to the bottom. At the end you have to take a taxi, which is 5 euro per person. Buttake care:it is... 更多
This is a relatively easy downhill walk. Easy to access from Hora Sfakia by taking the local bus to Imbros village. It is good to visit one of the cafes at Imbros before the start - maybe even for breakfast. The walk is full of twists and turns, with varied scenery. It is best to do the walk in the... 更多
We were in Crete just outside of tourist season and Samaria Gorge was closed. However, wanting to get out for a walk and see the fabulous famous gorges of Crete, we found Imbros. We drove down to Komitades and then took a taxi back up to Imbros. The road between these two towns is worth doing, even if you don't... 更多
Well worth the €2 entry, I enjoyed a pleasant 1.5 hour walk down the gorge with my 11 year old son. My wife kindly dropped us at ΕΣΤΙΑΤΟΡΙΟ "ΠΟΡΟΦΑΡΑΓΓΟ" restaurant just south of Imbros and met us in a Taverna in Komitades just up the hill from the entrance near Dioneses Taverna. It's fairly easy walking downhill and would take... 更多
Not to be missed walk provided you have sturdy footwear and also a hiking pole if you are not tremendously steady on your feet as the walk is of scree, pebbles and small rocks. wonderful scenery and lots of interesting plants, geology and birds. Welcoming taverna at the bottom.