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Tour overview

Hiking Tour Akramitis Mountain is a guided day trip with breathtaking views of a little known area of Rhodes.

We meet in the beautiful rural village of Monolithos, on the undeveloped and as yet unspoilt western side of the island. The summit of Akramitis, the second highest in Rhodes, is our goal for today! The hike gradually ascends on green slopes under cypress trees overlooking the bay of Apollakia. Soon our hiking trail becomes more demanding as we start to clamber over the rocks that make up our path. Wherever you look there are amazing photo opportunities on Hiking Tour Akramitis Mountain. You get to see the surrounding area from the best angles possible. After our most strenuous stint, we find ourselves surrounded by colourful and scented shrubs and herbs. This meadow like area leads us to our first stop of the day – the tiny old chapel of St John. Here we have a welcome snack enjoying one of the pies Greece is famous for and then it’s onwards and upwards to the top.

Just before we arrive, we find ourselves again scrambling over rocks for a short time but once you reach the summit you will be over lost for words. From the top of the mountain, you get to see both sides of Rhodes, the nearby islands, the lake in Apollakia, Attaviros (the highest mountain on Rhodes) and inland Rhodes. Hiking Tour Akramitis Mountain boasts something for everyone from experienced hikers to more basic levels. We walk at a comfortable pace for everyone and our hiking tour takes us through a variety of surroundings. In Spring, pretty flowers, fragrant herbs and rare Rhodian Orchids line our way. Akramitis may not be Attaviros but its breathtaking sheer drops at the summit, dense tree shade and ever changing surroundings more than make up for its lack in height. What’s more it is due to this tree shade and the pleasant breeze in these parts that we can enjoy a hiking tour even in warmer temperatures unlike on bare and rocky Attaviros. The views are the same and you get so much more for your money on this intriguing mountain in the south west. We follow a different route on the way down during Hiking Tour Akramitis Mountain, one that takes us through a forest of tall pine trees. This hiking tour – one of our best sellers due to its great variety – is ideal for anybody who likes to go off the beaten track and more experienced hikers will certainly be glad they came!!

  • Conquer the second highest mountain on Rhodes
  • Explore a different side of Rhodes – forests, meadows and rocky peaks inside a Natura 2000 protected area
  • Admire the 360 degree views from the top (of the Dodecanese Islands – Halki Alimia, Tilos and even Karpathos, Turkey and inland Rhodes)

Trekking Hellas offers a variety of other activities in Rhodes and the Dodecanese Islands, like Lindos Hiking, and sea kayaking visiting the masterpiece of the Lindian Temple of Athena in Lindos.

Technical Info:

  • Distance: 9,1 Km/5,6 Miles
  • Altitude Difference: 421 M/1381 Ft
  • Duration: Actual Hiking Time: 4 Hrs / Total Activity Duration: 6 Hrs
  • Terrain: Rocky trail, soft trail

Activities

Tour Summary

Duration

6 hours

Difficulty level

Period of Operation: Every Friday from April – Mid June & September – End of November

Price: 63€/pp for a minimum of 2 participants

Participants Age: Min 10 – Max 70

Tour Details

Tour inclusions
  • Professional English speaking Trekking Hellas Guide (1 for 10 participants)
  • 1 bottle of water
  • Traditional snack
  •  First aid kits and other necessary equipment
  • Vat

 

Optional Hotel Pick Up / Drop Off:

  • 10€ per person for a pick up from these areas: Kremasti, Paradeisi, Ialysos, Ixia, Rhodes Town, Kallithea, Faliraki, Afantou, Haraki, Lindos and any location in between the above mentioned areas. Please add transfer option when booking online.
  • 15€ per person for a pick up from the areas: Pefkos, Kiotari, Gennadi. In order to book transfers from these areas, please contact us.

FAQ

Every Friday from April – Mid June & September – End of November

Meeting point: Monolithos village, North entrance, next to Christos’ Corner tavern. Click here for our meeting point on the map.

Meeting time: 09.00 am

  • hiking shoes (boots are not necessary)
  • long hiking trousers
  • spare T-shirt
  • windproof jacket
  • hat
  • 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.

Itinerary

09:00 Meet in Monolithos village

09.00 – 11.00 Hike from Monolithos

11.00 – 11.15 Short stop to admire the views and enjoy a traditional snack

11.15 – 11.45 Hike towards the top!

11.45 – 12.00 Admire the views from the top

12.00 – 13.30 Hike back down to the village

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