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a pool away from the others

Most of Samothraki's famous 'vathres' (water pools) are in the neighbourhood of Therma in the... read more

Reviewed 1 November 2017
saronic
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Zurich, Switzerland
Nice waterfall to see if you stay longer on the island

After parking there are big red marks/arrows guiding you to a small river, where they end. The... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2017
taitaimimi
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Beijing, China
via mobile
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 1 November 2017

Most of Samothraki's famous 'vathres' (water pools) are in the neighbourhood of Therma in the island's northeastern side, but there is one worthwhile to visit water pool also in the southwest. To get here one drives through the hamlet of Xiropotamos ('Dry River' in Greek)...More

2  Thank saronic
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Reviewed 3 July 2017 via mobile

You can go by car up to one point, fallowing the signs of Waterpools canyon Xiropotamos, after that by foot. We fallowed the path and the marks ( red arrows ) but we didn't find it. There are marks just up to one point and...More

1  Thank ghibrox
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Reviewed 4 September 2018 via mobile

The path is not physically challenging, but has a couple of really tricky spots. There are many loose rocks and if you slip, you may fall down a high cliff. The waterfall itself was underwhelming. Many rocks have fallen into the pond and it is...More

1  Thank Giannis M
Reviewed 8 July 2018

Since there are no buses that are going to Xiropotamos, it is probably the least visited of all the waterfalls. From Kamariotissa you can take the bus that goes to Profitis Illias and ask the driver to leave you by the road to Makrillies. From...More

1  Thank EdinaG87
Reviewed 1 November 2017

Most of Samothraki's famous 'vathres' (water pools) are in the neighbourhood of Therma in the island's northeastern side, but there is one worthwhile to visit water pool also in the southwest. To get here one drives through the hamlet of Xiropotamos ('Dry River' in Greek)...More

2  Thank saronic
Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

After parking there are big red marks/arrows guiding you to a small river, where they end. The surest way to find the waterfall is to follow the small river or the pipe (even if you have to walk in the small river with appropriate shoes...More

1  Thank taitaimimi
Reviewed 3 July 2017 via mobile

You can go by car up to one point, fallowing the signs of Waterpools canyon Xiropotamos, after that by foot. We fallowed the path and the marks ( red arrows ) but we didn't find it. There are marks just up to one point and...More

1  Thank ghibrox
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