We walked part of the gorge, had a picnic and walked back as we have a child that wouldn't have walked all the way there and back. It's a beautiful place, free parking on the road and the red hop on an off tour bus from Rethymno stops here. At the start of the walk there are some steps and a path leads to a tiny church carved into the rocks, beautiful. There are several small churches on the path and lots of wild flowers were in bloom in spring. A small cafe was open and there are picnic stops with tables etc. There is an abandoned village, probably due to landslides and you can walk in the ruins. I liked the pulley system to transport goods across the valley. Good bird watching; ravens, buzzards, kestrels etc.
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