Polylimnio (lakes and waterfalls)
|著作権： Giorgos Marosis (Tartaris)
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|アップロードした日： 2016-05-16 8:23|
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|Polylimnio (lakes and waterfalls)|
In the village of Charavgi (20 minutes drive from Paris Village), hidden in an environment of absolute charm, the visitor can explore the lakes of Polylimnio (which means "many lakes"). Fifteen small lakes with strange names such us Mavrolimna (black lake), Kadoula (small basin), Tycheros (lucky), were well hidden for centuries and it is only since recently that they become accessible to the public. They all form a wild but beautiful environment with small canyons, and enchanting waterfalls. Visiting them is not just a simple walk, but also an exciting meeting with the nature that will be well established in the thoughts and memories of those following their "watery ways".
You can drive to Charavgi with your car, which you can leave in the parking place, just before the beginning of the path that leads to the lakes. There is a small picnic area but no facilities, so you better take with you water and anything else you think you might need. However, try not to carry too many supplies because the trail is of middle difficulty and you should wear flat shoes and comfortable clothes.
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Phantastic image and well written recommendation to visit, Giorgos. I love hidden and little known places like that.
Hopefully, they will not become as well known as Plitvice lakes and falls in Croatia where visitors are walking on the paths tightly jammed in queues.
Thank you! With best regards,
- [2016-05-17 10:35]
A very nice place.
Excellent sharpness and amazing colors.
- [2016-05-17 18:42]
A very beautiful pool being fed by a lovely waterfall. The green color of the water is quite unusual and have to wonder what type of minerals add to this interesting phenomenon. Tac sharp throughout the entire frame and nicely composed. The exposure could not be any better.