Rating in Greece
$ 619

Self-Guided Andros Trail WSGA

Self-guided trekking+walking
Self-guided trekking+walking
min $ 619
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Andros, Cyclades
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 619
Duration: 9 days
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Walking holiday in the Cyclades, Greece
Trek from the South to the North of Andros on the Andros Route, a recently restored historic trail. Let old, walled mule tracks lead you through terraced fields from one picturesque village to the next on this self-guided walking holiday. Explore tranquil harbors, old fishing villages and unwind with a swim in the turquoise Aegean Sea or relax on one of the many sandy beaches soaking up the Greek sun.
Tour Highlights
Historical trails - Hike from the South to the North of the island on old mule tracks
Andros Chora - Charming town mansions, cafes and stone walkways
Relax on sandy beaches or swim in the turquoise Aegean Sea
Andros Routes project- by booking this trip you promote sustainable tourism on Andros
Itinerary

1 Trip starts in Andros
2 Walk from the Tromarchion Monastery on ancient paths to Ormos Korthiou
3 Walk across mountain ridges and through forests and orchards to Andros Chora
4 Circular walk from Andros Chora - valleys and beaches
5 Bus to Messaria, walk old trading route to Batsi
6 Taxi to Remata, walk shaded stream bed and through terraced hills to Batsi
7 Walk to Agios Petros visiting the Monastery of Zoodochou
8 Circular walk from Agios Petros round Gavrio
9 Trip ends Agios Petros
All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Explore
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