• English
    • Greek

Tour overview

Hike Karavostasi Bay is a  hiking tour on Dymokastro or ancient Elina hill ending with a refreshing swim. A hike that starts from the beach and climbs to the top of the hill which is the archaeological site. Most of the walls were built in the late 4th century BC century.  After our stroll through the archaeological site we will follow the path to the beach “Prapa Mali”. A beach without road access. A good opportunity for a swim in the crystal clear waters of the Ionian Sea and a delicious snack before we return to our meeting point.

Highlights of Hike Karavostasi

  • Great viewing point
  • Secluded beach
  • Archaeological site

Technical Details:

  • Distance: 6Km on rocky terrain
  • Ascent :+320m
  • Total Duration: 4 hours
  • Actual Hiking Duration: 2 hours

Activities

Tour Summary

Duration

4 hours

Difficulty level

Period of Operation: May to October

Price:

  • 30€/pp for min 4-6 participants
  • 40€/pp for min 3 participants
  • 60€/pp for min 2 participants (for more participants please contact us)

 


Participation requirements

  • Basic physical condition
  • Ages 7-75 years old

Tour Details

Tour inclusions
  • English speaking Trekking Hellas Guide
  • First aid kits and other necessary equipment
  • Picnic
  • Walking Sticks
  • Local transportation for the hike
  • VAT
Tour exclusions
  • Transportation to meeting point
  • Professional guide in the archaeological site

FAQ

Meeting Point: Karavostasi Beach. Click here to see google maps point.

Time: 09.30 am

  • Small backpack
  • Comfortable clothes (preferably quick-drying material: cotton or polycotton not denim)
  • Obligatory light hiking shoes or hiking boots
  • Hat or beanie, sunglasses,  sunblock
  • Your own personal water bottle. As part of our environmental policy and actions, we are committed to eliminating the use of plastic water bottles.
  • Swimming suit
  • Towel

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