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If you look what the most people say, than can I say ... It’s true. A super simple curch in a building that needs work. But the road to it is beautiful. Quite difficult in the bycicle season (very small road).
If you want beautiful...More
The 8 km road up to this hermitage is very narrow with numerous 180 ° bends. Difficult if you meet other traffic on the way. Also the parking is limited so a better option would be to walk up from Betlem.
The hermitage is situated...More
It is reached by driving northwards through Arta (follow the pink signs). We visited in the late afternoon, the road wasn’t too busy, which was just as well...
The route involved driving through the narrow old town of Arta, with pedestrians around the corners. After...More
Two options for access either a drive on a winding, narrow road from Arta or a 45 minute mountain walk from Betlem. A beautifully decorated church on a mountain top. Appeared to be deserted but this may be due to the time of day since...More
We took the road from Arta to Ermita de Betlem. The drive is along narrow and twisty roads. The views are spectacular. The Ermita itself is at the end of the long road (about 9km) and not particularly interesting for us. The drive was definitely...More
We decided to drive to Ermita de Betlem.
The road is narrow with numerous 180 degree hairpin bends. Quite an arduous drive particularly with cyclists on the road and cars coming from the other direction.
It took approx 30 long minutes.
There were few parking...More
Located in a Nature Parc, you can drive there, it's a little church in the mountains, splendid views and nature also to the bay of Alcudia was amazing; the Ermita itselve is simple, exactly for individual ermitas.
We hiked up from the coast at Betlem to this small hermitage in the mountains. The 50-minute hike is moderately challenging along a rocky path through picturesque countryside (wear decent walking shoes). The Hermitage has clearly seen more active days since its founding in the...More