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My wife and I visited the lake when also going to see the waterfall, which I have reviewed separately. We went to the lake with an element of excitement as the pictures looked impressive that we had seen.
On travelling through the village you join...More
It is accessible unfortunately only by a 4x4 or quad as it’s on a dirt track which can’t be driven by a normal rental car but we risked it anyway and took out citigo up to the lake. Upon arrival it’s just a lake with...More
Walked from the car park as road only suitable for 4x4's or quad bikes. It states the lake is 2k but is actually 4k.
The walk is pleasant enough but the lake turned out to be a green smelly let down.
Be aware that the...More
The road to Lake marries is not great we managed it with a quad. When we arrived ee could see a murky lake surrounded by another of earthworks and what appeared tube the remnants of flood damage. Follow the red arrows the waterfall. The route...More
The lake is not much more than a pond.
The waterfall is better but no Victoria falls...more a stream that needs to be traced up the mountain where you'll encounter a number of small falls.
Probably not advisable for the infirm as there is a...More
High in the hills above Skala Marion is a secluded area of woods and streams and a picturesque lake.
You'll really need a 4x4 to reach it, (or face a long uphill walk in very hot conditions), but it is really worth it.
To visit the lake you really need a 4 wheel drive vehicle as the road is rough and unmade. We did see people hiking up, but although we enjoy walking we felt it was too hot to be sensible. The lake did boast a large...More
Spending one or two days inside the Thassos island is well worth. The mountain and the lake are great for one-day hiking or picnics. The lake itself is great for nature lovers who like quiet locations without tourists.