More than 50,000 foreign hikers, coming from France, Germany, UK, Netherlands and Scandinavian countries, have walked on Greece’s famous footpaths. Rediscovering the destination through the mapped and signposted paths is a wonderful way to tour the lands. The growing popularity of trails is not only due to the Instagrammable breathtaking views that everyone wants to capture but because of the pure and natural off-the-beaten-track hidden sceneries that people seek to rediscover.
The Kythira Hiking M41 trail is an easy 2-hour trek starting from Mylopotamos. Unquestionably the route is an adventure back through time, when water powered mills. Accompanied by the sounds of nature, birds chirping and running water from sky-blue waterfalls, along this trail you will also pass by numerous old stone-built watermills. The restored Filippi watermill is definitely a stopping point, as you should grasp the opportunity to dive in the cool clear waters. The Kythira path