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One of the most beautiful gorges in Europe,it is accessible only to those who have great mountaineering experience and special gear; steep and difficult to reach ,it has challenging vertical rocks and impressive colors ;
Took a trip to Ha Gorge unfortunately it was not a gorge you could walk through did not even get to see any water running at the beginning having said this it was still a worth while taking the trip just to see the small...More
The walk up from the recycling paper factory has many interesting endemic Cretan plants. The entrance to the Gorge is alive with many interesting birds: martins, clough, thrush and if you are lucky a golden eagle!
The waterfall Ha Gorge is close to the DSS paper factory. You can park the car near the small church. From there you take a 400 m walk. Take good shoes it is a stony way.
From the exit of the waterfall you can climb...More
Thou visible from the main road (most probably due to the size of it), not easy to get too, might just of been me, thou I can usually find anything (without a satnav) when driving. After many detours and finding the amazing traditional village, we...More
Driving from Agios Nikolaos towards Ierapetra, the Ha Gorge was an amazing feature towards the east which we had to explore further. We found a turnoff close to the village of Monastiraki, although this was not the main road towards the gorge. We met others...More
Normal tourist can only access the lower entrence of the canyon, which is a beautiful and quite impressing place, but it does'nt offer a look Inside the steep canyon which remains a place for very well experienced and very well equipped canyoning experts. For access...More
Lovely views! Breath taking experiences. You can also take a ride up to the mountains and view it from there. Hire a 4x4 vehicle and simply go on an adventure! The road goes up just along the road to Sitia and you can go all...More