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  • My Kimolos, my paradise...
  • Enchanting Aegean sunsets.
  • Clean, leeward beaches with crystal blue waters.
  • Unique natural beauty. See the sights of Kimolos.
  • Swim and enjoy the rich depths of the island whenever you happen to be.
  • Unique natural beauty. See Tourist information.
  • Goupa, a fishermen’s settlement with “sirmata”.
  • Welcome to Kimolos. General information about Kimolos island.
  • Enchanting view towards Chorio and the nearby Cycladic islands.
  • Approaching Kimolos
  • Quiet adjoining beaches accessible to everyone.
  • If you have a sea craft, explore the island and the secluded beaches on its northern part.
  • Quiet adjoining beaches accessible to everyone.
  • Explore Poliaigos and it's beauty.
  • Clean, leeward beaches with crystal blue waters.
  • Clean, leeward beaches with crystal blue waters.
  • Quiet adjoining beaches accessible to everyone.
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Route 6

Route: Epano Mirsini to Faros (Polyaigos)

 

Duration: 3,5 hours

 

Degree of difficulty:difficult

 

 

Giving directions for this walk is more difficult, so we suggest you take a compass. From where the boat lands you at Epano Mirsini, you follow the green arrows.You pass behind an old stone hut and begin the ascent with the ravine that comes from Kato Mirsini on your right. Climb to the top of the ravine and then follow the ridge to the East. Skirt the highest point of the island, leaving it on your right and begin to descend the  ridge bearing to the north-east. If  you have the time and the energy, a detour to the summmit  is not difficult. 

As you continue, the path becomes clearer  and you climb to the trigonometrical point ( a small pillar) which you will see in front of you. As appears from the map, the descent to the lighthouse is from the northern side of the bay. 

The sea appears splendid from above and  a plunge in the sea is a must in the summer. If by mistake you find yourself on the south side of the bay, (on the right-hand side as you face the sea) do  not  attempt to climb down, but  turn back again to the path. 



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Text and photos: Kimolos Highschool Environmental Team