邻近 Síkinos, South Aegean (Greece)
Sikinos Island (Chorio-Episkopi-Alopronoia).A Beautiful trail that starts from the Village of Sikinos,goes through Episcopi Church and finishes at Alopronoia Port.Great scenery of the Aegean Sea with many old agriculture villages,small churches and rocky mountains along your way!Walking towards the trail after one and a half hour you reach Episcopi Church.It's history goes back to the 3rd century.Further on you meet Agios Panteleimonas Church were you can rest while looking at the beautiful view.The trail finishes at the Port of Alopronoia.
Small Church of St.George with great view at the Aegean Sea
Panoramic view of the south side of Sikinos!
A beautiful winery where you can have a glass of wine while enjoying the view
Here you can enjoy the view of Folegandros Island in the horizon
While hiking towards Episcopi Church you see this Beautiful rock carved with holes!
From here you see the Episcopi Church from far ten minutes before reaching there!Great view.
The church of Episcopi is unique!It used to be an ancient temple and at 300 B.C it was reconstructed by Christians.They builed in top of the temple resulting in this unique piece of Architecture.
Leaving Episcopi Church you pass through this beautiful scenery with olive trees
As you keep walking you can enjoy Episcopi Church from far.
A farm house build next to the trail!Honey production is taking place here so be careful of bees.
As you make your way down the trail you enjoy the view of Santorini Island in the horizon
On top of the mountain on your right hand you can this beautiful small church.
On your way down the trail you can see some small caves!
On your way to Agios Panteleimonas you reach this small bay.Trade with Santorini island used to take place here.
From here you can see a Part of Ios Island which stands near Sikinos.
This big rock standstill on your way to the trail within this peaceful and isolated place.
The Church of Agios Panteleoimonas.On your right hand you can see a lovely beach ideal for swimming.
Ruins of an old barnyard half an hour before reaching Alopronoia Port and the end of the trail.