This is a landscape of exceptional natural beauty, where you will discover nature’s hidden beauties, enjoy the natural shade of the perennial plane trees, refresh yourselves in the crystal-clear waters of the springs, and be charmed by the wild beauty of a plane tree grove that is unique to this region. You will admire the special flora, and see vines suspended and ivy snaking its way up the trunks of plane trees, as though you are in a small jungle.
At some point along the footpath you will come to a wonderfully restored watermill, which can be visited on prior agreement with the Palia Kavala Association so that you can discover the traditional way of grinding wheat. You will also see a fulling mill, or a “doulapi” as the locals called it, where they washed their capes and rugs. Steep rocks and small caves can also be seen all around.
The thing that will most impress you, however, is the wonderful waterfall. There is no need to look for it, as its location is given away by the gurgling waters which can be heard from a distance. The waterfall, which descends from a height of approximately 10 m, is divided into two levels. Its gushing waters have shaped the rocks and created two impressive pools with crystal-clear waters, which you can dive into without fear in the summer months!