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Natural Trails

Agros - Madari (Linear)

This trail offers panoramic views.
From Agros village. On the Agros by-pass, at a point above the dam. The course joins at the Chandria/Polystypos - Agros village, 800 metres before the road point leading to the Adelfoi peak and Madari fire lookout station.
Madari
3 hours
Category 3: High degree of difficulty. Route with difficult terrain such as sudden changes in gradient (uphill and/or downhill), course along particularly rough and/or slippery, and/or narrow, and/or steep terrain. Suitable for adults in very good to excellent fitness levels. Unsuitable for young children.
3 kilometres

Lagoudera - Agros (Linear)

This path runs through vineyards and orchards of apple, cherry and pear trees. The first section starts near the village of Lagoudera, runs parallel to and then crosses the river. At the Madari - Papoutsa mountain crest, there is a panoramic view. From the ridge it is possible to head towards Madari, along the access road or the trail network starting at Adelfoi peak. The Lagoudera starting point is near the Lagoudera - Stavros tou Agiasmati trail.
The rural road between Lagoudera and Chandria - Polystypos main road, 700 metres from Lagoudera village.
Agros village, (along the Agros by-pass, at a point above the dam)
2 hours and 30 minutes
Category 3: High degree of difficulty. Route with difficult terrain such as sudden changes in gradient (uphill and/or downhill), course along particularly rough and/or slippery, and/or narrow, and/or steep terrain. Suitable for adults in very good to excellent fitness levels. Unsuitable for young children.
6 kilometres

Agros - Kato Mylos (Circular)

The trail goes through vineyards, orchards with apple, cherry and pear trees as well as rosebushes from which the renowned Agros rose water is made. It continues through forested area with excellent views of the surrounding region. The final section of the trail runs along an asphalt road that returns to the village of Agros.
Near “Rodon” hotel at Agros village.
Agros village
2 hours
Category 2: Average degree of difficulty, suitable for adults in fair to good fitness levels. Sudden changes in gradient (uphill and/or downhill), and/or course along narrow or rough terrain.
6 kilometres

Source: Department of forests