Light Showers
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Wind: 27 West


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Fragma Potamon

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Garazo - Anogia

Length: 16 km
Estimated time: 5 hours
Suggested period: March - November
Difficulty: None


At Kastri, the 14th century castle remnants prevail with building blocks and sculpted fountains. The churches of Agios Stefanos (1391 A.C.) and Koimisis Theotokou are very important.

At Agios Ioannis, the church of Panagia has 14th century wall paintings, while the military quarters of the Genitsaroi have been re-erected.

At Agios Mamas, the churches of Agia Eirini and Agios Mamas (14th century) are worth a visit.

At Veni, the church of Koimisis Theotokou rescues wall paintings, while Krana rescues in its name the Doric version of the word "krini" (fountain).

At the Monastery of Diskouri, the katholikon of Agios Georgios is wall painted from the floor up to the dome, as is the country church of Agios Ioannis Prodromos.

Axos is built on the site of Ancient Oaxos and has 46 churches, of which Agios Ioannis and Agia Eirini are the most interesting. At the peak of the hill, there are ruins of a fortification wall and a temple of goddess Venus.

Anogeia is a big mountainous village, built in separate quarters on a 700 m to 790 m altitude. It is a great stockbreeding and weaving centre. Here, there is a chance to visit the "Old Anogeian House" and "Griliou" museums, as well as the church of Agios Ioannis-Evaggelismos Theotokou with its wall-painted south aisle (14th century A.C.).