Vlatos, 21st June 2019 – Outside the museum in Vlatos appeared a hand painted map showing points of interest in the area. It also shows some walking paths and where to find drinking water.
Here on Crete is growing a lot of plants that are served as χορτα (greens) for food. All of them have different names that do not translate very well. You will recognise oregano and nettle. Here are some pictures so…Read More→
Walking path in Vlatos Today the syllogos of Vlatos started with cleaning the walking path of peace leading from the old platan tree all the way up to the park of Peace.
Today, after a visit to the old school museum in Vlatos, we went for a walk around Milia in two groups; one small walk, one big, and after we ate a nice lunch in the restaurant. Here are some pictures…Read More→
Maps 3D is Your New Outdoor Companion For Inaxorio Maps 3D turns your iPhone into a fully-fledged GPS device with 3D maps for all your outdoor activities. As maps are displayed in 3D, it makes it easier for you to…Read More→
Openstreetmap has a lot of walking paths in the mountains around Milia. Some of these are small walks (about 45 minutes) others are quite a lot further (up to 4 or 6 hours). Here you will find the paths and…Read More→
This is the ancient church of Agios Dikaios at 1200 meters with a tremendous view of Inaxorio. You can reach this church via Elos. http://elos.gr/άγιος-δίκαιος/
Elafonisi (Greek: Ελαφονήσι [elafoˈnisi] “deer island”) is an island located close to the southwestern corner of the Mediterranean island of Crete, of which it is administratively a part, in the regional unit of Chania. When the weather is fine it…Read More→
Back in the days one of the few entrances to Inaxorio was by going through the Topolia gorge. Today you can hike from Topolia to Katsamatadous in about one hour and have a refreshing drink on both sides of the…Read More→
Elafonisi is something like an island and a peninsula, because to reach the island you have to walk through the sea. Elafonisi is a place of an exceptional natural beauty, and it has been included in the Natura 2000 Protection…Read More→
Milia is located in a mountainous and environmentally sensitive area of Western Crete, at the prefecture of Chania and the center of Kissamos province. 30 years ago when we started “flirting” with the idea of making an alternative and sustainable…Read More→